Drinking And Smoking Her Way Through Pregnancy

[NationalEnquirer] This divorced blonde film star smoked and drank her way through her first pregnancy, and then did the same thing during her recent second pregnancy! The actress, who’s engaged to her new baby-dad­dy, is so nicotine-addicted that she began puffing away minutes after giving birth! Who is she?

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27 comments to Drinking And Smoking Her Way Through Pregnancy

  • raslebol

    Kate Hudson?

  • obladioblada

    kate hudson. I don’t think her dad was kidding when he said she’s done some really horrible things. And there was that pic of her drinking wine while she was pregnant.

  • DesertGhost

    Yup, that piece of work Kate Hudson.

  • Scorpio13

    I’m disappointed with whoever it is. Shame!

  • CindyBman

    Doctors do allow about 1/3 to 1/2 glass a wine with a meal. I’m just sayin’

    There’s no excuse for smoking and drinking excessively during pregnancy. But she could’ve been just having her one half a glass.

  • redheadwriter

    Kate Hudson. Hopefully her kids missed the bullet of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.

  • amagod121

    You know, we tend to think of the danger of alcohol going through the baby’s bloodstream but what about all of that nicotine too? NOT GOOD, whoever it is. Poor kids.

  • cocobeannns

    (Off topic) … Well, it’s sort of related. What is going on with Beyonce’s baby bump? I know something has GOT to be up with that whole pregnancy. Seemed a little too strategic to me, and a video is floating around the internet of her “bump” collapsing during a live interview. BG, can we get some answers? :)

  • sweeeeet

    Definitely think it’s Kate. Her and Goldie are big chain smokers. But know what, my mom chain smoked and had had a glass of burbon every day of her 4 pregnancies, and all of us 4 kids are smart, have great jobs, and are wicked healthy. None of us smoke.

    • LolaVee

      Yeah, but your mom presumably didn’t know it was dangerous at the time. With all of the research now, it’s pretty inexcusable to take those kind of risks.

  • Mermaid

    You’re lucky. Because I had a good friend whose mom smoked throughout her 2 pregnancies (don’t know if she drank though) and he’s always had learning disabilities. At one point they thought he was “slow” but he has an engineering degree so I guess not. However, it was very difficult for him and he failed a bunch of courses. His brother also failed a few courses but don’t know if he has any learning disabilities. Research definitely proves a significant correlation between drinking &/or smoking and problems for the baby.

  • redstilettos

    Shame on this person. Can’t this woman abstain for at least 9 months? Hello, fetal alcohol syndrome.

  • Tracy511

    I agree on Hudson!

  • Summer70

    My mom was a smoker, whe she was preg with me she stopped, while she was carrying me. I was very sick when I was a baby. She smoked, carrying my sister and she was healthy and is still doing better than me to this day. lol. I think your body goes through withdrawls if you quit all of a sudden. Better to smoke less than quit cold turkey.

  • dee123

    Yep. Hudson.

  • Mermaid

    It’s actually known that a bit of alcohol while pregnant won’t harm the baby. The problem is, doctors don’t know how much the “bit” is so they suggest to abstain completely to play it safe. But some women have a drink and feel guilty and stressed over it for so long which is ridiculous. Fetal alcohol syndrome, when it happens, is usually caused by someone getting drunk while pregnant – even just one time of getting drunk can do it.

  • Divide by Zero

    Kate Hudson.
    And FWIW, there is actually no safe *known* level of alcohol to drink while pregnant. Some babies have ended up with foetal alcohol syndrome after their mothers had only a couple of glasses at the wrong time. What does it hurt to go 9 months of your life without it? Are we as a society so messed up that we’ll continually put our own wants ahead of our babies’ needs? And smoking is linked to low birth weight among other things.

    Sorry, is one of those things that really gets to me for various reasons.