Katherine Heigl adopts second child

It seems like just yesterday that actress Katherine Heigl and her singer-songwriter husband Josh Kelley brought home their baby girl Naleigh. Now, a rep for the proud parents has confirmed that they have adopted another child. ET Canada first announced the happy news, and people.com confirmed that the couple welcomed a second little girl, although no further details have been given. The name, age, as well as where the little girl was born is still unsure. Heigl, 33, and Kelley, 32, adopted their first daughter from South Korea in 2009, when Naleigh was just 10 months old. In January, Heigl reportedly said, “We have talked about having biological children as well, but we decided to adopt first. I’d like to adopt again.” Katherine will next appear on the big screen this October in the comedy The Big Wedding. ~Renita Naraine

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  1. Mary • April 27, 2012 @ 11:14 AM

    How wonderful for them. What I don’t understand is why the Famous always adopt children from other countries, what’s wrong with adopting from your own. There are thousands of babies and children who need mommys and daddys, right here in the USA and Canada I understand there is more red tape and longer waits but wouldn’t you think these people would give these little ones a chance and that the wait would be just a small hurdle for a lifetime of parenting and love?Sandra Bullock chose an american baby and good for her. I’m tired of reading about the rich and famous adopting outside their country don’t you think that our orphans want and need parents to love them.

  2. ABC • April 27, 2012 @ 11:56 AM

    They’re like the next Angeline and Brad

  3. BM • April 27, 2012 @ 12:00 PM

    I sort of agree with Mary on adopting from other countries, then again why is the USA and Canada so hard on adopting? I have heard horror stories of people who want to adopt here, only to give up and go else where. Do the USA and Canada really care about giving kids a chance to be with people who want to adopt? Of course background means a lot but those who qualify shouldn’t have to go through hell to give a child a decent loving home.

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