Rosie Pope Debuts Doll Collection with Mattel

05/07/2012 at 10:00 AM ET
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Rosie Pope has babies on the brain.

Not only is the Pregnant in Heels star expecting her third child — a girl! — but on April 26 the mom-to-be celebrated her recent partnership with Mattel for the new Little Mommy doll line at Dylan’s Candy Bar in New York City.

“I can’t think of a more uplifting, fun place to celebrate moms, daughters and of course the importance of play,” Pope said.

Joined by friends (and fellow moms!) Kelly Rutherford, Stacey Bendet and Tiffani Thiessen with daughter Harper, Pope and her guests got up close and personal with all the dolls and their adorable accessories.

“To work with Mattel is really an honor because I believe in the importance of a mother as a role model for our little girls,” Pope explains.

The new collection focuses on the milestones of mini motherhood beginning with the cuddly Baby So New doll ($20) which comes in three super cute outfits — jewel, elephant or owl print — to fit your little one’s pint-size personality. Plus, each sweet doll also has a matching bottle or pacifier and a blanket.

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Your daughter is also sure to love the Princess and the Potty doll ($22), which not only talks, but uses her tiny toilet, too (hand sanitizer included!), and the Sweet as Me doll ($11), from the trendy toddler line.

“I simply can’t wait for my little girl to be old enough to play with the Little Mommy dolls,” says Pope. “They celebrate style and they help teach about milestones from potty training to transitioning to a toddler bed.”

To check out the entire line, go to littlemommy.com.

– Anya Leon

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Just My 2 Cents on

Yay! So Happy for Rosie, I watched the first season of Pregnant in Heels, and saw her struggle trying to get pregnant with her 2nd son.

Also the dolls are super cheap, bonus!

mamamama on

This just shows that you give someone enough money they will endorse anything. Rosie Pope comes across as very high end on her show, I would be surprised if she really lets her daughter play with a doll like this when she is old enough. I’m sure these products are loaded with all sorts of chemicals and made in a factory in China with horrible working conditions.

DENISE on

I WISH ROSIE AND HER FAMILY BEST WISHES. I KNOW SHE HAD STRUGGLED TO CONCEIVE AND NOW WITH HER 3RD CHILD COMING SOON. ALL THE BEST. LOVE HER SHOW.

Catca on

Who is the woman on the right with the orange sparkle mini-skirt? She’s dressed like a toddler in the toddlers and tiara program. It really is hard to take a grown woman seriously when she dresses like that… She looks like she is really pretty – why is she hiding behind a costume?

Marky on

mamamama, if you don’t like the dolls, don’t buy them. If the dolls don’t sell, then they will stop making them. Trust me, I’m a doll collector, and I’ve seen it happen. No need to insult Rosie Pope when you have no real info about how and where these dolls are made.

Sarah on

Aww congrats Rosie! Had no clue..with all this publicity about her 2nd season I can’t believe I didn’t know she was expecting..and by the looks of it she is pretty far along! I am so happy they were able to concieve esp. after watching her struggle to get pregnant with her son.

I am excited to see the new season of PIH later this month. I know its a dumb show and it scary to think of all these mothers out there that are rich enough to be taught how to raise a kid. But I love Rosie…and enjoy watching her show for her and laughing at her insane clients..don’t know how she puts up with them.

Siera on

@Catca. That’s Stacey Bendet, fashion designer for Alice + Olivia.

Shannon on

Tiffani and her daughter are such beauties.

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