Pete Wentz Gives Bronx a Lift

03/08/2009 at 03:00 PM ET

Pete Wentz and Ashlee Simpson-Wentz may play Bonnie & Clyde-like outlaws on an upcoming CSI: NY episode, but this week they looked more like a normal family on the go, wearing hoodies and toting son Bronx Mowgli, 3 months, back to their hotel in London, where Pete’s band Fall Out Boy has been playing.

After four UK dates this  past week, the band will be traveling across Europe for the rest of the month. Click here to see the family arriving at Heathrow!

Pete carries Bronx in an Orbit Baby car seat, which is part of the Orbit Baby Infant System ($900).

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Erin on

Cute family, love the graffiti keepall!

Rachael on

Agreed on the cute family and no offense to anyone here, but just once I’d like to see celebritis with the baby products we can afford.

Having a $900 carrier is great, but what makes it so different than the ones I used for my kids?

I’d really like to see more pics of this baby, I imagine he’s darling!

Britt on

I really wish Pete would retire that jacket, but they do look like a cute little family. I can’t wait to see more of Bronx when he gets older.

madison4lyfe101 on

lol, i do LOVE her bag, but i do agree, they think just because they are celebrities, they have to have the most expensive things they can find, just for the fun of it. it’s like-ARGH! Ha Ha.🙂

lizzielui on

My goodness, people. Plenty of folks who are non celebrities have the Orbit carrier or the Bugaboo. It is not just a celeb thing. Not even close. I saw those strollers and carriers and others like them at almost every corner here in NYC. People buy and use what tickles their fancy and what they choose to pay for. However, in the case of celebs a lot of the stuff that they get is swag from companies who want them to carry their products. Happens all of the time with clothes and accessories.

melissa on

I LOVE THE WENTZ FAMILY!!! i know alot of mothers who use the is a neat stroller becuase you can turn the seat.i don’t think having a child, is the time to be cheap! it really bothers me when people say to use products they can afford. if you can’t afford a simple $900 stoller, (which MUCH cheaper then most people’s wedding dress) why are you having a child???

Kristen on

So in order to have a child, you need to be able to afford a $900 stroller? My $95 Graco System worked just fine.

Sammy-xx on

If that is the carrier and pram they like then why shouldn’t they buy it just becuase it’s not afordable for the average parent?
They have the money to go all out and buy expensive stuff for their first born, why shouldn’t they.
No one is saying that a £900 pram is better than a £100 pram, it’s up to the parents to decide what they buy.
Love Pete and Ashlee, can’t wait to see them more with Bronx.

Stephanie on

Personally I think this look is not appealing. The Goth look does not do anything for me. I think Ashlee looks prettier not blonde but when she is wearing less black.

Jenise on

To each his own. Cute family…enough said.

MZ on

wow melissa. i dunno…i had a child (and i suspect many others did) because they wanted one and were willing to make sacrifices to have one. my graco is great. if you can afford and want to spend $900 on a stroller more power to you, but it’s NOT necessary to have a happy, healthy, safe baby. not to be rude, but you might want to check out the average family in the USA’s income. you’ll see MOST people can’t afford extravagances like the orbit and their kids do just fine. on

if anyone could pull off ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ it’d be these too. Pete has the eternal bad-boy look even though we know he’s a sweety.

Renee on

I wish see his face🙂
About the stroller I love my Chicco travel system, works great for me,I dont understand why people spend so much money on the strollers if you can buy a nice and safety stroller for less.But they are celebrity, they want fancy strollers I think its like a competition who have the best and expensive stroller in Hollywood lol.

Mommy of 3 on

THey are such a cute family!! I can’t wait to see better close up’s of little Bronx! As for the Orbit system….I WISH I were able to afford it for my baby’s (had they of been made back 2 years ago) If I made the kinda $$ they do together I for sure without a doubt would own it!!!!

Sarah on

People buy what they like and can afford for their children-period and that’s just fine. I don’t have a problem with a 900 dollar stroller but it doesn’t make you a better parent because you spend 900 bucks on a stroller. The stroller and the gear are the least of your worries as a parent. I would guess anyone saying that is probably not a parent and will learn better once they actually become parents themselves!

Amberlee on

Melissa, you really should rethink your statement because quite frankly, it makes no sense. Material things don’t make you a better parent.

Clarissa on

Hey, Ashlee looks so sad! Oh my God… look at her bag! It’s so big!!!

MiB on

What’s wrong with a $900 stroller if you like it and can afford it? The best baby gear is the one that gets used (correctly) and that suits your needs and budget. People have different traveling needs, some travel a lot by car and need a good travel system, others don’t even own a car and need either a stroller that with good suspension, a stroller that folds in a jiffy or a good carrier. People also prioritize different things in life, some love clothes and put their money on that rather than on a fancy stroller, others love gear and prefer to put their money on that and buy the clothes at Target, some want their kids to eat organic and prefer to put their money on food instead of gear on clothes and some prefer to travel and skimp on everyting in order to save money for trips.

Besides, the Orbit is made in the US and therefore every stroller sold helps a couple of people people keep their jobs.

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