The actress has been fighting a three year long legal battle to bring her son and daughter home.
‘Gossip Girl’ actress Kelly Rutherford has been given temporary sole legal and physical custody of her two children, following her much publicised campaign to bring them back to the United States. A judge in California ruled that Kelly’s son Hermes, 8, and daughter Helena, 6, must be brought back to the United States from Monaco, where they have been living with father Daniel Giersch since 2012.
Kelly Rutherford has been given temporary custody of her two children.
People magazine reports that according to a court order filed on Friday, the children must return to Los Angeles and Kelly will keep their passports. A further hearing at the L.A. Superior Court where Giersch or his representative are required to be present, will be held on June 15.
The former 'Gossip Girls' actress didn't hesitate when she was recently asked whether or not she considers herself a feminist.
Unlike Kaley Cuoco's views on feminism, former 'Gossip Girl' actress Leighton Meester knows exactly where she stands on the subject, and even thinks everyone else should call themselves a feminist to stop it being "sensational news."
Meester thinks everyone should call themselves a feminist
Meester, who wrote an op-ed article for the Huffington Post titled 'I'm Not a Tart: The Feminist Subtext of Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men,' did not hesitate when she was recently asked whether or not she considers herself a feminist during an interview with radio station B-93.7's Broadway's Electric Barnyard.
Katya Bychkova - 'Gossip Girl' star Kelly Rutherford celebrates her Social Life magazine cover with a party at Seasons of Southampton - Southampton, Long Island, United States - Sunday 11th August 2013
Whilst it is known that the voice of the 'Gossip Girl' herself will be appearing on the show, it is as yet unknown as to whether Bell will actually be playing the show's namesake when she steps out from behind the microphone and in front of the camera. Just to keep us guessing, both Warner Bros. TV and The CW have remained mum on the whole situation, so you'll have to tune in to find out. With that said, we do know for sure that the anonymous gossiper will be revealed in the finale, 'New York, I Love You XOXOX.'
Earlier today the Forgetting Sarah Marshall actress, who recently announced that she and her boyfriend, Dax Shepard, are expecting their first child together, took to Twitter to tell her fans about her final voice-over session, saying, "The saddest day I've had in a while...Last day on #gossipgirl Ill miss you, you snarky bitch!"
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When photos emerged of Blake Lively returning to work on Gossip Girl, the eager snappers struggled to get a photo of her sparkling new ring but she kept the rock well-hidden. Celebuzz.com, however, have published snaps of Blake and her new husband Ryan Reynolds, which were reportedly taken the day after their nuptials in South Carolina. And it's a hell of a diamond that Blake's sporting, too. According to Celebuzz.com, Ryan will have shelled out between $1.2 million and $2 million on Blake's ring.
A leading jeweller confirmed that the ring will have cost around $2 million. "The ring is an oval cut diamond, roughly 12 'carat total weight' (which describes the total weight in carats of all the diamonds in a piece of jewelry) depending on the way it was cut. Depending on clarity and color, I would say at the minimum this retails for $1.2 million, but closer to $2 million," explained Adelaide Polk-Bauman of Forevermark Diamonds. "It looks particularly brilliant." If those figures turn out to be true then it's really no wonder that Lively has decided not to wear the dazzling new accessory to work.
The Blake Lively ring was reportedly designed by the jeweler Lorraine Schwartz. A spokesperson for the jeweler revealed "They worked together to design a custom setting in rose gold and pave diamonds with a nod to deco." Blake Lively married Reynolds on September 9, at the Boone Hall plantation in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.