Poor, poor Kourt.
The source says of Disick:
The Hart of Dixie actress took to IG in a rare moment and shared an adorable pic of her daughter, Briar Rose Christensen — well kind of!!
And from the pic she shared (above) it seems that daddy and daughter got some matching Star Wars swag. LOVES it!
The brunette beauty has certainly laid low since the birth of her mini-me. But when she IS spotted out and about, her fit post baby-bod has been unreal!
The new mom has had some down moments — especially since the CW announced the cancellation of her southern comedy last month after only four seasons. Whomp, whomp!
But it seems Rachel's not focusing on work news and is all about her little one right now!
Rach, feel free to share more pics of Briar Rose — only if you want to!!
Congrats Anakin Skywalker and Summer Roberts! You're parents!
This is the first child EVER for each of them — what an exciting time!!
But the best part of all of this is what the dynamic duo parents have decided to name their baby girl, and it's filled with pop culture references! The lil' lady's name is…
But what will be the gender of this future celebaby?
It's gonna be… a girl!!
We're so happy for them!
We were even happier to see Rachel out and about, doing some shopping at Urban Outfitters in L.A.
She was hanging with a female friend of hers, and they must've been having a great day because Rachel was glowing!
She's so beautiful and she just looks so dang happy. We guess retail therapy is very effective.
We can't wait to see that cute lil baby!
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]
Guess what, Perezcious readers! We know what Rachel Bilson is having!
The 32-year-old Hart of Dixie actress has been confirmed to be expecting a little baby…
She's looking fantastic!!!
Rachel Bilson was spotted this past Monday in Studio City near Los Angeles where she rocked a “Lets Roll” t-shirt while out and about!
The soon-to-be baby momma of longtime love Hayden Christensen looked like she was grabbing a bite to eat and was washing it all down from a nearby Five Guys Burgers as a reward for