Endangered Species


After six pandemic-mandated months in the house, Rebecca Romijn had no trouble saying ‘Yes’ last October to taking the family to Kenya for “Endangered Species.”

An action thriller set alongside a dysfunctional family drama, “Species” finds Romijn’s American tourist family accidentally marooned and likely to become dinner to the spectacular Amboseli National Park’s many hungry creatures — leopards, hyenas, rhinos, lions.

Rebecca Romijn Jewelry Collection


Haute Living Article

When Rebecca Romijn started her modeling career, her interest in fine jewelry was ignited. “Living a very free-spirited, bohemian upbringing in California, I had never seen a diamond in person until I started modeling in Paris,” explained the actress and model as she walked through the collection in the dining room of her newly renovated New York City townhouse in Chelsea. The intimate celebration was attended by editors and supporters including fashion designer, Cynthia Rowley, and Romijn’s husband Jerry O’Connell.

Jerry‘s daughters are 11!


The twin sisters — Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip — celebrated their birthday on Dec. 28, amid sweet wishes from their dad and mom Rebecca Romijn on social media. But the photos posted by O’Connell (jokingly captioned, “Somebody’s Birthday! Shots shots shots!” by the actor) caused a little bit of a stir on Instagram. The first snapshot showed the girls each holding up a shot glass filled with a clear liquid, while the second depicted them downing the matching drinks.

Twins and cellphones


Putting her foot down! Rebecca Romijn has “never-ending arguments” with her and Jerry O’Connell’s 11-year-old twin daughters, Dolly and Charlie, about cell phones. “Not yet,” the actress, 47, told Us Weekly exclusively at the 2020 American Rescue Dog Show. “Their little brains are developing, and I don’t want to lose them to phones yet. We’re really holding out!”


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