According to Inquirer, Matthew McConaughey married his longtime girlfriend, Brazilian model Camila Alves, on Saturday evening, according to People magazine.
The couple tied the knot in a private ceremony in Texas before close friends and family, including their two young kids, with Alves taking the groom’s last name to become Camila McConaughey, the actor’s rep told the magazine.
McConaughey, 42, and Alves, 30, were engaged in December but kept the date of the wedding on his estate secret.
Named the “sexiest man alive” in 2005 by People McConaughey showed up at Cannes in May to promote his latest films “Paperboy” and “Mud.”
Honor Marie and HavenGarner Warren have nabbed their first major magazine cover — and they’re not even in kindergarten yet!
Appearing alongside mom Jessica Alba, 30, the 3-year-old and 7-month-old share the spotlight in Parenting magazine’s April issue. Alba’s stylist BradGoreski, 34, dressed the fashionable family for the adorable shoot, with Haven wearing a variety of looks from 77kids by American Eagle.
In the interview, Alba admits that she’s “the disciplinarian” in the household she shares with producer husband Cash Warren, 33.
“I think it’s because I was kind of a naughty kid myself: I’d push my parents’ buttons and test them to see how much I could get away with. Cash, meanwhile, was always the perfect kid — the straight-A student who was everyone’s sweetheart. It was never in him to be naughty.”
Before welcoming Haven in August 2011, Alba and Warren wanted to get Honor excited about the idea of becoming a big sister. “We’d say things like, ‘You know, when the baby comes, babies can’t have lollipops or go on a swing. They can’t play dress-up.'”
“Honor realized she was going to be the cool sister,” Alba tells Parenting. “Now, she’s really into being my helper. When I change Haven’s diaper, I ask her, ‘Can you throw this away for Mommy?’ or ‘Can you get me the wipes?’ She’s really into it. I tell her, ‘Oh, you’re such a good big sister!’ and give her a high five.”
Warren “is a super dad,” says Alba, who recently launched The Honest Company, which helps new moms learn about eco-friendly baby products. “If I’m with Haven, he’ll make Honor’s lunch or take her to the park. They see movies or draw together — she’ll even watch sports with him.”
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Posted: Sunday February 26, 2012 @1:17 a.m. PST
A lot has happened in the 14 years since Brandy and Monica charmed the world with their Grammy-winning teen rivals hit “The Boy is Mine.” Now they’re back with a new duet – ”It All Belongs to Me” is out now — and are both mothers.
Brandy’s daughter Sy’rai, 9½ (dad is her ex, producer Robert Smith), has the talent to follow in Mom’s footsteps, but the singer isn’t ready to let her — yet.
“She’s into her school work and her education but singing is all she does, watching videos and making up routines,” Brandy, 33, tells PEOPLE. “I’m seeing the signs, but I want her to hold on a little longer and have a regular childhood.”
“Rodney is a drummer,” Monica, 31, explains of her eldest son (dad is her ex, rapper Rocko Hill). “He is only 6½ and is in the third grade. He wants to go to college like [my husband] Shannon and he’s serious about musical intent — he plays his drums daily and asks for lessons.”
“He asked me, ‘Can you call Travis Barker and have him come give me drum lessons?’” says Monica, who recently ran into the Blink-182 drummer at an awards show and showed him a video of her son playing during his school talent show.
As for her youngest? “My 4-year-old [Romelo] is everything from an acrobat to a soccer player. He is a live wire! He’s sociable like me, a free spirit — all over the place!” she laughs.
And with both Brandy and Monica in loving, committed relationships (Brandy’s dating music publisher Ryan Press; Monica wed NBA star Brown in November 2010, they hope to become mothers again.
“Oh yes,” says Brandy. “Absolutely,” adds Monica, who hopes for “maybe two or three” kids with her husband.
Till then, both are planning play dates at Chuck E. Cheese, hoping to hit the road together this summer and relishing their renewed friendship.
“I just feel blessed,” notes Monica, whose album New Life is out April 10. “We had to get here as people first before we could do anything musically [again] and be the artists that we are, the mothers that we are.”
Brandy, who plans to release a new record this summer, sums it up: “We are ready to sing!”
For more on Brandy and Monica’s lives now and their last moments with their friend Whitney Houston, pick up the new issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.