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The actress and model tells PEOPLE she has “that’s my kid” moments because her little girl Scarlett May can’t seem to keep her clothes on — and when she was Scarlett’s age, Sims couldn’t either.
“You know, I started older,” the 44-year-old told Fox News. “I had my first baby when I was 39… I’ve done a lot in a very short amount of time. It’s like a record. Three kids in five years. But I think because I was older and I met my Prince Charming a little bit later in life that I definitely had to buckle down… We weren’t able to have a real family if I didn’t take a little bit of a step back in my career.”
On the blue carpet of LiveHealth Online Summit Molly Sims (44, "The Ja-Sager") formally expressed the motto "Women who are connected with health". She convinced with a midi-dress, the black fabric of which was adorned with golden, white, and dark red flowers. The flowing cut and a breathtakingly deep cut conjured a three-figure mummy a hammer figure. The autumnal flair of the colors rounded off a fashionable and warming blazer. The sleeves of the white jacket adorned a series of silver cufflinks...
Sims partnered with LiveHealth Online for their Women Connect to Health Summit on Sept. 19 in New York City, which sheds light on the complexities of postpartum care as well as technology’s impact on family health today
Wonder where many of the town’s big film industry players were this weekend? Well, it turns out there was another big celebration besides the Emmys. It was a weekend-long bash up in Ojai with some of the best-known names in feature entertainment, who gathered to celebrate the 50th birthday of Mark Vahradian (producer of Transformers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 plus the Bumblebee spinoff). On Friday, more than 100 attendees took over the Ojai Valley Inn and Spa. On Saturday, they all piled into the Boccali vineyard, where the beloved producer was treated with a surprise tribute video which included the elusive Marty Bowen (currently on set), friends from high school and some of those in attendance.