It’s a girl! Lisa Ling gave birth to a beautiful baby girl on June 6 and she could NOT be more adorable. This is Lisa and her hubby, Dr. Paul Song’s, second child together and ALSO their second daughter. Congrats, you two!
Lisa Ling, 42, and her husband, Dr. Paul Song, 50, welcomed their second child into the world on June 6 and announced the happy news shortly after on that same day. But that’s not all the proud parents revealed, they also showed off their tiny bundle of joy in a few photos — and seriously, she is beyond cute! And her name? Even sweeter!
The ‘Our America’ host welcomed a healthy baby girl on March 8 in Santa Monica, Calif. with husband Dr. Paul Song! Congratulations!
After suffering a miscarriage in 2010, the TV journalist is expecting her first child with husband Paul Song — and it’s a girl! Congrats to the happy couple!
Lisa Ling and her husband, physician and biotech firm president Paul Song, are going to be parents to a baby girl! Lisa announced her exciting news on Anderson Cooper‘s daytime talk show Anderson Live, which will air on Oct. 24.
In the midst of Maria Shriver’s heartbreak over her husband’s 20 year affair, Lisa believes she should immerse herself in work! Do you agree?
Maria Shriver wasn’t always Mrs. Schwarzenegger. The mom-of-four was a hard-hitting journalist with NBC, won a Peabody award and helped the network win an Emmy for their Olympics coverage. But in 2004, less than three months after her husband Arnold Schwarzenegger was named Governor of California, she gave up her journalism career, claiming a conflict of interest.
TV reporter Lisa Ling reveals that she suffered a miscarriage. It’s devastating news — and our hearts go out to her!
According to the Associated Press, Lisa Ling, 37, opens up for the very first time on The View (where she worked from 1999 to 2002) set to air tomorrow (December 10) about her miscarriage six months ago, revealing that when she lost the baby, “I felt more like a failure than I’d felt in a very long time.” Losing a baby has got to be one of the worst feelings in the world. HollyMoms, if you’ve suffered that kind of loss, how did you cope?