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Meg Ryan adopting baby girl in China

01/24/2006 at 03:40 PM ET

ChineseflagMegryanoriginal Update:Us Weekly has posted the news today as well.

January 20th: Meg Ryan is adopting a baby girl from China today.  She was approved for the adoption late in 2005 and will be finializing paperwork today at an American consulate in China.  According to OK! magazine’s source, "The consulate will formalize the adoption and grant Meg’s new daughter a visa and a social security number. They will probably be flying back to the US immediately after the process is complete."

Meg has a teenage son, Jack, with her ex-husband Dennis Quaid.  She joins the ranks of the adoptive celeb moms that include Angelina Jolie, Diane Keaton, Sharon Stone and Nicole Kidman.

Source:  WENN via

Thanks to CBB Readers Kerry, Elisa, Amelie and Marrit.

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tink1217 on

good for her!!! that’ll be one lucky baby!!

joy on

that’s wonderful!

more people should do that! I know a few people who adopted girls from china and they are the most precious kids you’ll ever meet. I can’t wait to see her new little girl!

Alana on

It’s such a precious gift for little baby to give her a family who’ll love and cherish and care about her.


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