From Alicia Keys to Victoria Beckham, these stars made sure we get the whole stories of their kids' lives
In her autobiographical book More Myself, the mom-of-two opens up about now-husband Swizz Beatz whisking her off on a romantic trip to Hawaii, where he popped the question and she believes they conceived son Egypt, 9.
"'Open it,' Swizz said as he slid the box toward me. I lifted the cardboard flaps and looked inside to see several large canisters. 'I've always wanted you to be my canvas,' he whispered. The canisters were full of body paint, in every vibrant color imaginable," she writes about a gift he presented her with during the getaway. "Later, stroke by stroke in the shadows of dusk, he turned me into his masterpiece, covering me in swirls of yellows, reds and purples. Never have I experienced anything more sensual. Which is why, when I missed my period a few weeks later, I wasn’t exactly surprised. As that winter gave way to spring, we relished two pleasures: the engagement and the pregnancy."
The musicians are also parents to son Genesis, 5.
President Spanky: Welcome to Day 1176. Today in one sentence: Another 6.6 million Americans filed first-time unemployment claims last week; the Senate stalled on a proposal to add $250 billion in the small business coronavirus relief fund; Trump is preparing a second, smaller coronavirus task force focused on reviving the U.S. economy; Dr. Anthony Fauci said social distancing and behavior changes are "starting to have a real effect"; the Office of Management and Budget is working on a plan to cut U.S. aid to the World Health Organization; and the Trump administration has deported nearly 10,000 migrants since March 21 using emergency coronavirus measures.