Rebecca and Jerry Are Back in Black

10/13/2008 at 05:30 PM ET
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Jerry O’Connell says wife Rebecca Romijn is feeling good, and it shows! Sporting dark ensembles, the happy couple were snapped on their way out of a meeting at the Screen Actors Guild on Sunday in Hollywood, Calif., and both Rebecca and Jerry were all smiles.

Jerry, 34, and Rebecca, 35, expect their fraternal twin girls in January.



Rebecca wears Vince’s Ombre Sweater in Gray ($240).

Click ‘More’ for a side view of Rebecca’s belly!



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FILED UNDER: Celeb Style , Maternity , Multiples , News

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lisa on

rebecca looks great and so happy , however there is no way she is making in till january. i say she will have the twins in about 2 months-early to mid december. I heard the rumored names are Dolly and Katrina, but i guess time will tell!

kmb on

no offense to them if those are the future names, but dolly and katrina? really? i’d be shocked if any celebrity named his/her child katrina anymore given recent devastating events.
she does look like she should be ready to go before january!

cathleen on

i thought she was on limited bed rest? she seems to be out and about quite a bit, photographed every few days.

Amy on

She looks very happy, but even with twins I can’t imagine her making it all the way to January with the way her belly looks already! I wonder what she’ll name them. I highly doubt it’s Dolly or Katrina but they probably had a lot of fun trying to fool people into believing that so that they could keep the names private, Congrats to them and we will all find out soon enough!

Sami on

A friend of mine is supposed to be on limited bedrest as well and she’s almost always up and about. I guess she just feels like she can do it so she does. I worry about her too.

MB on

The couple has said time and again they love the name Dolly because Rebecca is a big Dolly Parton fan so I won’t be surprised if that is one of the names. At one point they were talking about rhyming names too. I think she looks great for how far along she is.

eva on

I’m not fond of Dolly as a name or even as a nickname but I think Katrina is still a beautiful name.There have been hurricanes called Andrew,Carla, Camille and Celia, and the names are still very much in use.

kaya on

Jerry O’Connell will always be that chubby little boy from ‘Stand By Me’ for me, I feel like a freak for finding him attractive here;) They’ll have gorgeous daughters, whatever the names.

Kat on

OMG I would so love it if they named one Katrina! Hehe, can u guess why?🙂

kmb, it is nice to know that people only ever think about hurricanes when my name is mentioned…
😦

SARA on

I like the name Dolly but Katrina remind me the hurricane Katrina so I prefer another name.But It’s Rebecca and Jerry’s choice,of course!

Michelle M. on

e on

i love her vince cardigan! i’ve been thinking of getting it one, too, now that it’s on sale.

elisabeth on

she is sooo small for twins. I looked this way with one.

Katrina on

These comments are making me feel really sad. Can I just remind people that the name Katrina existed before the hurricane ever happened. I am in the UK so I guess the hurricane isn’t such a big deal over here but it is annoying when people say ‘they shouldn’t call it katrina because it reminds me of that hurricane.’ That is MY name people and it isn’t nice to hear people say that!!! It is a really pretty name. I wish they never named the hurricane Katrina.

Anyway I think it is all just a rumour. I haven’t heard they’re gonna call one that.

DLR on

Oh lucky Rebecca for still having her ankles! I also noticed that in the other picture (she’s wearing a cream dress and holding a book). It looks like she’ll be one of the lucky ones that don’t get swollen “cankles” during pregnancy. Plus she looks so cute, and Jerry makes a nice “accessory” too!

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