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06/03/2005 at 10:59 PM ET

Jennkai Kai1 Dad is David Dugan. She also has a toddler son, Stellan, with husband Paul Bettany. Thanks to CBB Reader Maggie for the photos.


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Amber on

What a handsome young man!

Havana on

That is so cute and handsome. Jennifer looks so proud to show him off… i do think she looks way too skinny, though. Her ankles are tiny!

Jennifer on

Kai’s cute. I don’t think I have ever seen a picture of Kai’s father anywhere…has anyone? I am curious to know what he looks like to see if Kai resembles him more or his mom…I always hear reference that his dad is David Dugan, but I have no idea who that is or what he looks like. I must say I prefer Jennifer’s taste now in men…give me Paul Bettany any day of the week! :)

Stephanie on

He’s grown so much since the last pics! Thank you!!

tink1217 on

What a handsome boy! Jennifer is one of my DH favorites although even he thinks she looks way too thin now!

Clare on

Awwww…he looks like a nice boy :)

Nik on

I know this comment has nothing to with this thread, but what does DH stand for? I hear it alot on this site.

jc on

she is such a beautiful actress…too skinny though.

Ally on

DH is for darling husband, DS is darling son, DD is darling daughter, and so on.

Patti on

What a handsome little gentleman! And alot of resemblance to mom, but I haven’t seen dad since way back when she was expecting Kai, don’t remember too many details. She’s skinny, but I think it’s just a metabolism thing, like Sarah Jessica. This one was tiny even in the awkward teen years when even S.J. had a few gawky teen times. Both really devoted moms. Would like to see baby Stellan again.

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