However, Hartwell and Pulliam are not the first to pull the plug on their romance before meeting their son or daughter.
They join a long list of couples who have called it quits during a pregnancy.
What a treat it is to dive back into the cozy world of Bridget Jones, who is the kind of old friend you can pick up with right where you left off, no matter how long it's been.
“Bridget Jones's Baby” opens with a familiar scene for our pal: Bridget (Renée Zellweger) celebrating her birthday alone to the tune of “All By Myself,” blowing out a candle on a single cupcake, guzzling white wine in her jammies.
The two ladies exchanged a quick hug and looked like they had nothing but admiration for each other as Brady stood by their side and chatted with his son.
Clearly, the NFL star and his former flame, who parted ways back in 2006, are incredibly amicable exes, who have managed to put their differences aside in order to co-parent.
Obviously, in the beginning, it's not the ideal thing."And while those particular comments may not have caused any controversy, the former Victoria's Secret stunner revealed, in the same interview (which was accompanied by a topless cover), that she considers Bridget's child to be her own."I understand that he has a mom, and I respect that, but to me it's not like because somebody else delivered him, that's not my child," she said. I want him to have a great relationship with his mom, because that's important, but I love him the same way as if he were mine. That's at least how the timeline went for these famous pairings.Most recently, former football pro Ed Hartwell filed for divorce from his wife of less than seven months, 's Keshia Knight Pulliam, after announcing just days earlier that they were expecting their first child together.The trend for slogans came about due to an influx in 90's inspired garms, and so far it hasn't dwindled yet.Whether you like to shout about the brand your wearing,make a statement, or simply show your sense of humour, slogan sweats and tees are an effortless item needed in every wardrobe.