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Sienna Miller attends her sister's baby shower and talks about having children

04/30/2008 at 03:12 PM ET

Sienna_millerModel and actress Sienna Miller, 26, is thinking about children. The U.K. edition of InStyle interviewed Sienna during her older sister Savannah‘s baby shower recently. Sienna shared,

I really want bubbies — I always have.

She says her age makes her think more about the future. Sienna explained:

I mean, I’m nearly 27 and you have to think about these things, don’t you? And Sav [Savannah] proves you can work and be a mum. It still scares me, though.

JunecoverAlthough her sister did not share the sex of her new baby, Sienna believes the baby is going to be a girl. Savannah’s shower was held in west London complete with rock music playing on a 1950’s record player and guests snacking on cupcakes, salads, and tartlets and drinking Earl Grey tea and rosé Champagne. Savannah, a fashion designer, has one child already, a son named Moses.

Sienna joked around that her sister inherited all of their favorable family traits, saying:

When I was born, Savannah stole the height, the legs, the boobs, the spirituality.

Source: In Style via People

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There’s no need for ‘sic’ after the word ‘bubbies’. It’s a popular word outside the US. The spelling and grammar in the sentence is 100% correct. The word ‘bubby’ means the same as baby, in a similar way that the word ‘tattie’ means potato or ‘pudding’ means desserts. Linguistically, colloquialisms from different dialects are not mistakes.

emma on

What on earth is a british woman doing having a baby shower? They are exclusively american (so far as I know – I apologise if any other countries have them I don’t know about).

Sarah on

Sienna and Savannah’s father is American, so it sounds like baby showers are familiar to them even though their mum’s side is British.

The quote about her sister stealing everything is funny!

Laura on

I’m from New Zealand, and it would be quite common for a woman to have a wedding or a baby shower here. :)

Siena on

Very nice website, my compliments


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