Sharon Stone Has a Smooch for Her Son

09/17/2008 at 07:00 PM ET
London Entertainment/Splash News Online

Actress Sharon Stone goes in for a kiss as she lifts middle son Laird Vonne, 3, from the backseat of her car in Los Angeles in Tuesday. The two then went to grab ice cream.

Sharon, 50, is also mom to Roan Joseph, 8, and Quinn Kelly, 2.

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sigh on

Who is their father?

Brandi on

Laird is a cutie! They are adopted and Roan’s dad is Phil Bronstein.

amjl on

Yes all three are adopted.

Interesting to choose three boys. Not that it is in the least bit a bad thing, just truly interesting. Takes a certain type of personality to desire not just to have children so late life but to make the choice to have a probably rowdy and very active pack of boys. You have to be feisty and energetic that’s for sure!

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steph on

I read somewhere that the oldest lives full time with the dad, and she chose to adopt the others b/c of that. I am not sure if that is true I was wondering if you all heard that?


martina on

My mother in law always says that after she had her first boy (my husband), she only wanted to have boys. It’s just a dynamic / type of relationship that worked great for her. I am having a boy in a few days, so I guess I’ll find out what that’s all about!

Kat on

She adopted them at birth… so likely the adoption was set in place prior… I doubt she chose boys, just that she happened to get birth mothers who had boys.

karine on

She “chose” the boys, she wanted only blond, blues eyes boys, just like her

SH on

I have 2 of each..all under 5 years old…my girls are just as hard as the boys. The girls are emotionally draining, dramatic…they drive me nuts by the end of the night! The boys are more physically draining. In the end (not completely sure because my kids aren’t grown yet of course) but I think boys might be a tad “easier” to raise…and I’ve also heard the same from others who have grown kids.

steph on

i am in the middle of teenager years dd is 15 ds is almost 13. I can already tell you that boys are defintely easier to raise, and that includes the child age years!


time on

That is Quinn not Laird!

emmajlh on

SH – you have 4 kids under 5?!!! golly!!!

were all sharon’s boys adopted as newborns or older?

Angela on

Is it just me, or does he look a little like Gary Busey.