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Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy
Bethenny Frankel has given birth just in time for Mother’s Day.
The Real Housewives of New York star and her husband, Jason Hoppy, welcomed a daughter on Saturday, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Real Housewives’ Bethenny Frankel to wed Sunday
“Bethenny and Jason are proud to welcome their new baby girl, Bryn Hoppy, born at 8 a.m. … in New York City,” Frankel’s rep said. “She is a 4 lbs, 12 ounces, healthy baby.”
Bryn, the couple’s first child, was born one month earlier than expected.
Yes, they’re still together despite breakup rumors to the contrary.
But for Britney Spears and her agent boyfriend, Jason Trawick, nothing is ever simple. The latest hurdle? The singer’s mom, Lynne, is moving in to her home.
It was a decision was made without Jason’s knowledge.
“He felt like he had absolutely no say,” says a source close to Jason Trawick. “But he let it slide because Brit’s mood improves by leaps and bounds when her mom is around, and besides, Lynne helps defusing fights between Brit and her dad.”
Run for it, J. While there’s still time.
Britney and Jason run the usual errands - coffee, cigs, etc.
THG NOTE: You can’t spell train wreck without Trawick. That means absolutely nothing of consequence, but seriously! Just try it! It cannnot be done!
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The Bachelor star Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney became the first couple in the 13-season history of the show to get actually married Saturday in California.
If you want to get technical, though, no Bachelor star has wed his final rose recipient, as Jason dumped his, Melissa Rycroft, for runner-up Molly after the fact.
Somehow we don’t suspect Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi (who The Bachelor spoilers suggest he picks over Tenley Molzahn) to be the first. But moving on.
Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney made if official in front of an estimated 300 guests at the majestic Terranea Resort on the coast of Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
The nuptials, which will be televised on the two-hour March 8 ABC special The Bachelor: Jason and Molly’s Wedding, were also marked by a driving rainstorm.
Rain on your wedding day. How ironic … or the result of an 8.8-magnitude earthquake hitting Chile earlier that day and causing a near tsunami in California.
Still, not even that could dampen the day for these two …
SOAKED BUT PSYCHED: Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney tie the knot!
“We’re really excited for them,” said former Bachelorette star, who vied for Mesnick’s heart on The Bachelor, and attended the nuptials with fiance Ed Swiderski.
“They are very ‘normal’ in one sense, but oboth of us have been through things in terms of the tabloids and drama after our shows were over,” adds Jillian.
Trista and Ryan Sutter (the only pair from The Bachelorette to wed thus far), DeAnna Pappas, Jesse Csinsak and Kiptyn Locke were also among the guests.
They watched Molly Malaney, bedecked in a $45,000, strapless Monique Lhuillier gown and Neil Lane jewelry walk down a 200-ft. aisle to “Over the Rainbow.”
Sung by American Idol stoner alum Jason Castro, natch.
The ceremony lasted 15 minutes - and concluded with the release of white doves into the rainy skies, as Jason Mesnick tried to shield her from the rain.
Chris Harrison served as the officiant. Kidding … probably.
Following the romantic, momentous ceremony, the couple’s guests enjoyed cocktails before a reception … thankfully in an indoor ballroom at the resort.
Congratulations to the happy couple, who we wish nothing but the best. Click to enlarge some photos from Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney’s wedding …
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Looks like Vienna Girardi and Jake Pavelka don’t have a monopoly on The Bachelor drama. Molly Malaney and Jason Mesnick are dealing with their share.
Last season’s Bachelor stars are getting married on TV next month. With that comes plenty of drama. And possibly DeAnna Pappas. And Melissa Rycroft.
Molly and Jason got engaged last fall, and agreed to tie the knot on TV in a two-hour wedding special airing March 8, presumably for millions of dollars.
But will it be worth it? The couple is already fighting over the guest list, according to a friend, as ABC wants to turn the wedding into a Bachelor reunion.
Producers want Melissa Rycroft - Jason’s #1 choice, who he dumped for Molly after the season - and former Bachelorette star DeAnna Pappas to be there.
Molly Malaney reportedly isn’t happy about ABC’s wedding meddling.
“ABC is basically controlling the guest list, and they’re inviting former [Bachelor stars] Molly and Jason don’t even know,” the insider says. “Molly is fine with that.”
“However, she’s not especially thrilled about Melissa attending her wedding, because she thinks it will turn into a circus.” Which is probably what Mike Fleiss wants.
In any case, DeAnna Pappas, who negged Jason on The Bachelorette season finale, tells In Touch that she’s looking forward to the magical, staged event.
“I’ll be there with my boyfriend, Stephen,” she says, declining to give us a last name. “I’m so happy that Jason found Molly, as they really are the perfect couple.”
We agree. We’re sure Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney will get through these pre-wedding jitters. With Chris Harrison officiating, how can they go wrong?
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