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Kristin Davis Adopts a Little Girl!

Kristin Davis Adopts a Little Girl!

Kristin Davis has adopted a baby girl, according to People!

The 46-year-old Sex and the City actress became a new mom to Gemma Rose Davis a few months ago.

“This is something I have wanted for a very long time,” Kristin said. “Having this wish come true is even more gratifying than I ever had imagined. I feel so blessed.”

Coincidentally, Kristin‘s Sex and the City character underwent an adoption on the show as well!

Kristin most recently lent her voice to the One campaign to end famine in a video along with George Clooney, Jessica Alba, Bono, Evan Rachel Wood, Clive Owen, and more.

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16 Comments

# 1

Congrats!!!
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# 2

Congrats Kristin.!!

# 3

congrats to Ms Davis love the name Gemma though I perfer it Spelled with a J a la Jemma Redgrave as in Vanessa & Lynn’s niece Corins Daughter. little Gemma is a doll

# 4

How wonderful her. Congratulations and all of the best to both Kristin and her new daughter. P.S. Love the name, Very pretty. Parenthood is an amazing ride.

# 5

congrats Kristin , wow what a big step
im sure you are an amazing mother !!
i wish you and your daughter much happiness .

# 6

she looks amazing for her age

# 8

I cant belive some wierd people fomus

# 9
Gregg Allman fan @ 10/07/2011 at 10:15 pm

Good for her and even better for Gemma.

If I am not mistaken, Kristen Davis was also adopted.
Kristen Davis comes across as very normal, decent, so best to her and her family and friends.

I don’t understand the blind support of celebrity adoptions. Quote “giving an ‘unfortunate’ child a ‘good’ home” is subjective, african children being adopted out of their countries and cultures isn’t inherently a good thing. It’s clearly the trendy thing to do now, as one after another white people (particularly celebs) keep adopting black children. Years ago it was chinese/asian babies.

It’s interesting to note that when it comes to adoption if a black couple wanted to adopt a white child, even if they had a ‘good home’ and could provide they’d be denied, and urged to adopt within their race. So why then are black children being so casually given to white people, even single people like Sandra Bullock and Denise Richards?

I don’t want to be misunderstood, I am all for love, family, and giving every child possible the chance at a loving home. I am also in total support of breaking down racial barriers, but when I see a trend like this [and I think at this point it is an obvious trend], I can’t help but feel disturbed…

@The One:


it probably has to do with the fact that there are many more babies of different ethnicity than just “white” babies put out for adoption.
Hugh Jackman and his wife said IIRC, that when they were adopting, they went for the “mixed race” without thinking. They were told that it as dfficult to find families for them. He has I think a boy with African American and some native american ethnicity, and his daughter has Mexican background and some other.
I bet that the wait for white babies is long. Great that Kristin is happy , and that baby girl is very lucky!

Candy Barr @ 10/08/2011 at 12:26 pm

If you read anything about adoption, you would know that Black and Hispanic children are much easier to adopt. because of the masses of them. Many whites want babies, not a 4- or 5-year-old. Older kids are much easier to get than white kids, too. There is nothing wrong with people going out of their race to adopt. The point is she wants a baby. She got one . . . Why do you think so many whites were leaving the country to adopt. America is the most difficult country to adopt in . . . I know because I have friends who adopted outside of the country.

Candy Barr @ 10/08/2011 at 12:26 pm

If you read anything about adoption, you would know that Black and Hispanic children are much easier to adopt. because of the masses of them. Many whites want babies, not a 4- or 5-year-old. Older kids are much easier to get than white kids, too. There is nothing wrong with people going out of their race to adopt. The point is she wants a baby. She got one . . . Why do you think so many whites were leaving the country to adopt. America is the most difficult country to adopt in . . . I know because I have friends who adopted outside of the country.

@The One: They never said she adopted a child of any other ethnic. And to be honest, people who can’t have children generally go for a white child, so they are just more other ethics to adopt. Why should it matter anyway? We are all just people. Black, white. Straight, gay. Who really cares who looks after us? She’ll treat her with love, care and respect. And that’s all that really matters.

my sincere congratulations!!!
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Congratulations and all of the best to both Kristin and her new daughter. P.S. Love the name, Very pretty.

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