Brooke Mueller Sheen's Casual Cardys

10/10/2008 at 05:30 PM ET
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Expectant mom Brooke Mueller Sheen enjoyed a Coke while running errands in Beverly Glen, Calif. on Thursday. Brooke, 31, and husband Charlie Sheen will welcome their first child together this winter.

Check out Brooke and other moms-to-be in our Who’s Due Next Gallery!

Brooke wears Ugg Cardy Boots in black ($140).

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I may be the only one, but I’ve just never understood the Uggs thing. Other than those, she looks great!

mslewis on

I’ve never understood Uggs with a summer dress!!! Really ugly. Other than the shoes, Brooke looks happy and healthy.

Nikka on

I love these for their look, cause I knit myself and everything knit just has a special attraction to me. But they are horribly done, and uncomfortable (i felt like my feet are in a plastic plate) and definitely not worth $200. The look is so much nicer then the comfort

I also dont really like the way brooke is wearing them, they look so much nicer when they are worn properly, pulled up. I dont understand why people wear shoes like this when its so hot with a summer dresss, no wonder she had to pull them down

She looks great otherwise, i just wanted to comment on the shoes

Sarah on

Love her dress and black bag…hate the uggs. I would have liked black flats much better.

KW on

Um, UGG is right!

I like the dress on her.

Ashley H on

She looks like she is very happy…I just wish she was drinking non-caffinated

Kat on

I have those boots! But in grey!

DLR on

Oh now why did Brooke go and ruin a lovely outfit with those silly, floppy boots? The name is approp for those boots, Ugg (ugh!).

Melissa on

those boots look hideous!

kaya on

I have extremely cold feet all the time,but THAT is a bit too much lol. Her dress is really pretty, though!

Jess on

a coke… while pregnant?

erica on

there isn’t a consensus about the dangers of caffeine during pregnancy. in general it’s probably safer to avoid large amounts of caffeine. more than 3-4 cups of coffee seem to be considered ‘iffy’ (300-400mg).

for what it’s worth, a 1.45oz bar of dark chocolate has the same amount of caffeine as a 12oz can of coke (30mg).

in general, i pay more attention to high fructose corn syrup intake than caffeine. there is very little health benefit to soda calories. most doctors will tell you to focus on healthful, not empty, calories.

regardless, it’s a shame that so many mothers love to offer criticism masked as advice/PSA. what’s with all the finger-wagging?

brooke on

I think she will have a boy. I love uggs but not these, and I defintley don’t like it with the outfit.

Christina on

ITA Brooke. I love my UGGs and can’t wait to slip them on again this winter, but these are just gross looking imo. And with that dress?? No way. Brooke looks so different without make-up.

Kelly on

Perhaps she’s still battling a little MS and the coke helps her tummy. I know with my current 4th pregnancy I lived on soda and crackers to make it thru the rough days.

Christina on

Thank you, Jess. I knew if I looked in the comments there woould be several criticizing the fact that she was carrying a coke. I have 3 children under 5, and each ob I saw while pregnant told me that soda was okay in moderation. I think she looks healthy and happy, and I just wish some people would ne nicer🙂 I think it would be trying to be under a microscope like that.

G on

Brooke herself looks great, the boots are terrible.

I-dra on

it’s not so much the caffeine in coke that bothers me, it’s the high fructose corn syrup that does nothing good for a body, let alone a pregnant body. caffeine is okay in moderation, but high fructose corn syrup has actually been outlawed by several countries!

SH on

Jeez…it’s a COKE…not heroin. Some people are so judgemental! Must be nice to be so perfect…

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