Billie Lourd Jokes About Leaving the House 'for the First Time in 942 Years' for Dinner with Baby and Husband
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Billie Lourd is opening up about the realities of being a parent.
In a series of photos shared to her Instagram account on Monday, the Booksmart actress, 30, joked that she finally left the house for a date night with husband Austen Rydell "for the first time in 942 years."
"And your baby miraculously sleeps through dinner and you get to feel like a semi human for a sec?!" continued Lourd in the caption, adding: "And you get to have a fancy drink that comes out of a fancy smoky chamber?!? #whoa#swipe4proof."
Walt Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger said on Wednesday he "will definitely step down" at the end of 2026. Iger returned to Disney as CEO in November 2022, less than a year after he retired, vowing to stay for two more years to restore the business while seeking a more durable replacement after the company pushed out Bob Chapek, Iger's hand-picked successor. Disney's ABC News unit is not up for sale, Iger also said at the Dealbook conference on Wednesday, after a year of restructuring efforts as the conglomerate dealt with a shift in focus towards streaming in the media industry.
The 200 emergency shelters the province announce in October as part of its plan to find temporary housing for people who are without a place to live still have not been shipped to Nova Scotia by Pallet, the U.S supplier.The deputy minister of Community Services, Melissa MacKinnon, told a legislature committee Wednesday that's because the proper supports — including water and toilets — are not yet in place for the emergency sleeping cabins."It is a pilot [project], no province has, none of our co
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