Brooke Burke in Malibu with daughters

10/03/2006 at 10:14 AM ET

Actress Brooke Burke, 35, spent some time in Malibu with daughters Neriah, 6, and Sierra, 4 1/2. Their father is Burke’s estranged husband Garth Fisher. Burke is currently expecting her first child with fiancé David Charvet, 34, a baby girl due in January.

Source: Limelight via Random Celebs

Thanks to CBB reader Angela and Bella.

FILED UNDER: Kids , Maternity , News

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yogadaisy on

yikes! Are they eating Doritos and Nestle Quik?? Good nutritional choices, Mom.

melanie on

These pictures are sweet. They all seem so in love with each other. And the girls couldn’t be more beautiful!

Gen on

I think it’s a great picture…my goodness though – if eating doritos and chocolate milk is the worst thing you can type about Yoga – you really are needing something better to do….I am sure this is not their 24/7 meal…its a treat…my kids get it occasionally as well- and if I was trashed because of it, I would be pretty upset.
I think this is such a sweet picture..3 girls will be so nice!

LazyDaisyDay on

Gosh! Nothing wrong with doritos and nestle quik now and then.

The girls are beautiful and growing quick. And I love their names.

Lauren on

The picture is sweet, but I have to ask-would it have killed Brooke to wait until after she was divorced her first husband and older daughters’ father to become pregnant with another man’s child? What kind of example is she setting for her own daughters? I guess I shouldn’t have expected more from a pinup model.

Kily18 on

I really can’t believe that exist some kind of people that waste the time talking about what the mom’s have to do with their kids, yogadaisy, please don’t be boring.

The girls look great! I liked the picture.

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