Welcome to the Travel Stories of Celebrity Traveling Moms. This is the place to read about your favorite celebrity traveling mom's family vacation adventures. Hey, they might be celebrities, but their kids still get car sick on road trips just like ours do.
Part of the appeal of watching foreign television is ‘living’ overseas. You get to experience, somewhat, life in another country.
And then if you like to travel, you can visit the places you’ve see in Downton Abbey or Brideshead Revisited.
Recently, I got to meet 2 of the stars of Call the Midwife. The series, broadcast in the United States on PBS, examines midwifery in London’s East End in the 1950s.
If you want to know how to create kid-friendly, healthy food, why not ask a kid for help? That’s what Hyatt Hotels did in partnering with 12-year-old chef Haile Thomas to launch a new wellness kids menu.
Yes, you read that right. She’s 12. The tween chef, who represented the First Lady's “Let's Move” campaign at the State of the Union Address and cooked on the Today Show earlier this month, consulted with Hyatt chefs to tweak kids’ menus while “keeping it fun” (her words).
I love it when celebrities turn out to be as awesome as you always imagined them to be. In 1990 I became one of the many fans of a little show called Beverly Hills, 90210. I watched it every week, making sure I didn't miss any of the hook-ups, break-ups or cat fights. In college, my roommates and I had viewing parties where you could only speak during commercials. Yes, I was hooked. And yes, I cried my way through the series finale along with my girlfriends. We loved Tori Spelling.
Fast forward to 2009, when by the awesomeness of social media, I crossed paths with Tori Spelling on Twitter. And wouldn't you know, she is one of the nicest, coolest, down to earth people I've met. Yes, I love it when celebrities turn out to be just as awesome as you always imagined them to be. She's accomplished so much since the days of 90210, things that despite our new phases of life, we can all relate. While Tori is now a New York Times Best Selling author, a jewelry designer and a children's clothing designer, she is a mom, first and foremost. Tori is all about family. She eats, sleeps and breathes family, and how could she not? She has been blessed with four adorable children over the last few years...Liam, Stella, Hattie and Finn.
We first met Bethenny Frankel on The Real Housewives of New York City and fell in love with her "tell it like it is" attitude. She’s a real person. She shares real emotion just like all of us experience and she doesn’t hold tongue for anyone. She’s always said to never give up on your dreams and don’t accept "no" for an answer. So when I didn’t receive a reply back to my request to interview the Skinnygirl mogul for tips and stories about traveling with her toddler, Bryn – I didn’t give up.