It’s no secret that Cedars-Sinai is our favorite Hollywood hospital.
So we’re thrilled — thrilled — to report that two celebs had babies there this weekend.
On Saturday, actress Kate Hudson had a boy at Cedars-Sinai with her fiancé, the rock singer Matthew Bellamy. It’s her second child: she has a son, Ryder Russell, with the rock singer Chris Robinson. (Kate Hudson was herself born at Cedars-Sinai in 1979.)
Harper Seven was born Sunday morning in L.A.’s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center weighing 7 lbs. (and 10 oz.) in the seventh hour in the seventh month — on the seventh day of the week.
As sports fans can’t help but also note, seven was David’s jersey number for Manchester United and the English national team.”
And why Cedars-Sinai?
“Cedars-Sinai has some pretty sweet maternity ward perks, which is one of the reasons that many a star checks in there. In addition to their top-notch doctors there are the spacious private rooms, gourmet meals and adjacent rooms with beds for the star’s husband, hairdresser and/or assistants.”
Most of us forget to ask for a room for our hairdressers when we give birth. That attention to detail is how stars get to be stars.