Is Having A Baby With A Co-Star Bad Policy?
Earlier today, Jennifer Love Hewitt announced she’s expecting her first child. The beloved actress has been very open about her desire to have a family over the years, but that being said, the news was still a bit of a shock since she’s only been dating her Client List co-star Brian Hallisay for about fifteen months.
In the grand scheme of Hollywood relationships, meeting on set is probably the most tried and true way to do it. From Brad and Angie to Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder, numerous famous pairs first began establishing bonds in the moments, minutes and sometimes hours between takes on sets. Given the mutual respect, the close quarters and the shared time, it’s not surprising flings and full-on relationships are common. Unfortunately, the long-term track record of such relationships isn’t exactly stellar.
Between being together almost incessantly during shared projects to barely seeing each other once filming has completed, the highs and lows of dating a co-worker, especially one in a field as crazy as the movie industry is a special kind of bizarre. Luckily, since these couplings tend to happen so frequently, most people are very good about continuing to work with exs, but when children are involved, the whole process is a lot more complicated.
Maybe it will work out with Jennifer and Brian. Maybe it will not. Either way, I would like your more general thoughts. What do you think? Is having a baby with a co-star bad policy? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll below…
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