Ella Rae Wahlberg
Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham’s oldest child is eight today and you know what that means — first dates!
But surprisingly, Mark Wahlberg has already had to deal with Ella Rae‘s affection for boys — including Justin Bieber and Greyson Chance! The adorable little girl is smitten and has been bitten by the Bieber bug!
Neither David nor Mark were presenters or winners last night, but they both made sure their kids got to hang out with Hollywood’s hottest stars! (Hello, Bieber was there!)
We all know the Beckham boys, Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, 8, and Cruz, 6, are HUGE Justin Bieber fans, so new daddy David made sure to nab four tickets to the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday, Aug, 7, so the boys could have front row seats to all the exciting action. But who else was sitting close by? Mark Wahlberg and his mini-Belieber, Ella Rae!
Mark Wahlberg was spotted in LA Feb. 26 jamming out like any other dad who tolerates his little girl’s crushes on tween pop stars! But could this mean little Ella Rae is over Justin Bieber?
Just one day before Mark Wahlberg attended the Oscars to represent his nominated film, The Fighter, the hunky actor was grooving along to the tunes of pop stars Greyson Chance and Cody Simpson with his daughter and super fan Ella Rae Wahlberg. Does this sound familiar, Hollydads?
The dad-of-four prepared for his role as boxer Mick Ward for six years and even let the real-life characters live in his house with his wife and four kids! Exclusive!
Mark Wahlberg is one lucky guy, not just because he’s nominated for his second Golden Globe, but because he’s got an incredibly devoted wife Rhea Durham! HollyBaby.com caught up with the star and producer of his critically acclaimed mega-hit The Fighter while at The National Board of Review Gala on Jan. 11, and he revealed why his wife is such a saint!
The star of The Other Guys is OK with the fact that he has tattoos, but when it comes to his four kids, it’s a case of “do as I say, not as I do.”
Mark Wahlberg has never been shy about his own tattoos, flashing them whenever he takes his shirt off (which is a lot, by the way!) and he is comfortable discussing them when someone asks about his body ink. But when HollywoodLife.com caught up with him at the New York premiere of his new film The Other Guys and asked the 39-year-old actor what he would say if one of his four kids ever wanted to get one? His answer was only two words: “Hell no!”
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