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Emma Sarran is from Chicago, IL where she grew up loving Michael Jordan, lakeshore beaches, and annual snow days. She is a self-diagnosed fashion addict and is always on the search for her next amazing find. She has written for Seventeen,, and Country Home, among others, and thrilled to be contributing to Babble.

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8 thoughts on “Spotted! Celebrity Kids

  1. KGP says:

    Pretty sure that the young woman you’ve identified as Suri’s “nanny” is actually her big sister Isabella, Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman’s oldest daughter.

  2. zbc says:

    Who’s really raising the children? Really?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Oh come on, that doesn’t look like a nanny, it looks like she’s a friend. You guys have too much time on your hands. Looks like Cate’s doing a fine job.

  4. LB says:

    I find the title, “Who’s really raising the children” totally inflammatory, implying that just because a celeb child’s parent works they are not actively raising their children. As a full time working parent, I expect this sort of trash from lesser sites/magazines but expect better from Babble.

  5. ik says:

    who’s raising the children???

  6. well done says:

    Nice title. Is Babble “for a new generation of parents” or judgemental old school?

  7. Anonymous says:

    The picture of Matt Damon is him with his daughter and his stepdaughter, not a nanny.

  8. Anonymous says:

    In answer to your question after reading the article, yes, I did have a nanny. She treated me like her own and spent more time with me through school, meals and sickness for my business woman mom who is also the president and ceo of the family business had foresee all the responsibilities of having such a position. Despite not having my real mother around, I was very lucky to have a nanny who stayed on with me till I graduated college. now I have a masters degree from one of the ivy leagues schools, and I don’t drink and drive, don’t smoke and never tried any form of illicit drugs. My nanny is now the family’s housekeeper and foresees the needs of the house and the other members of the household. If the child is brought up well by the nanny aside from the real mother, there is definitely no limit to what he or she can accomplish.

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