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King of Queens expecting an heir

05/09/2005 at 03:07 PM ET

CBB Reader Jessica emailed us that she read in the June 2005 issue of Redbook that Kevin James, of the King of Queens, reveals that he and his wife model Steffiana De La Cruz are expecting their first child.  The article did not reveal a due date and they do not know the gender yet.

Co-star and wife on the show, Leah Remini gave birth to her first child Sofia Bella on June 16, 2004. 

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natasha on

I love kevin Jamnes, and he will be a great and fuuny father. I alos love leah remini and love her baby special on vh1. Maybe kevin and his wife could have one too.

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Jacks on

Does anyone know if Leah Remini will have another child? I read somewhere that she only wanted one.
BTW, congrats to Kevin.

Keedee on

I can almost hear the patter of little feet. That was really quick! Oh, well.. Best Wishes!

michelle anne on

aww congrates he will make and awesome dad ,I dunno his wife but I am sure she will be great mom?

John on

Sofia Bella is very sweet,i like Leah Remini !And i hope her baby will be pretty like leah…..

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