Celebrities and their families and More (relationship is so complicated.) This blog is only unofficial and non-profit fan page... Sun, 21 August 2011 at pm Kimberly Stewart & Benicio Del Toro Welcome Baby Girl! For more information and large photos; click on the links.
Though I'm not the kind of person that whiled away my teenage fantasies dreaming up details of my future wedding plans, I will always and forever revel in the particulars of full-on fairy tale weddings of the rich and famous which for me, specifically my teenage self, were the painted faces and teased tresses posing in the pages of Four years ago today I got married to a normal guy with personality traits that resemble neither those of Slash nor Sebastian Bach (in other words, he'd rather not wear hats, never hides behind his hair and has yet to spend one thousand dollars on a single pair of leather pants).
Anyway, in a sort of homage to the kind of rockers I loved to love in seventh grade (as evidenced by the names scrawled on my Trapper Keeper™) I choose to celebrate the anniversary of my nuptials by compiling wedding photos of some my favorite mid-late eighties and early nineties rock stars and the models, actresses, and model/actresses who loved them into a sort of Glam Metal Wedding lookbook -- the stuff that power ballads are made of. Let's kick off this retro eleganza extravaganza with the most famous rock wedding that never happened, that of W.
Axl Rose and Stephanie Seymour as showcased by Guns N' Roses video for "November Rain." As you can see above, Seymour is so obviously owning the hottest-rock-babe-in-the universe bridal attire it's almost a shame she and Axl only video married and didn't get married married, which is what I like to assume they were planning on doing they hadn't broken up before the "Illusions" video trilogy had completed filming.
Just goes to show that in spite of how many times you believe you were "together" with someone in a past life doesn't necessarily mean it's kismet. And though I never though much of Axl's looks in general he almost achieves a princely countenance here.
The effect is diminished however when the camera pans down to reveal the massive pinky gauntlet he's donned for the occasion (see banner image, up top).
I suppose such excess is acceptable, nay, expected when you're the biggest band in the land and the Guns' "Illusions" video trilogy is probably the last real over-the-top (and by saying this I also kind of mean past its peak) decadent "hair band" production to appropriate MTV's airwaves before Sasquatch rockers like Nirvana forever changed the face of rock.
Though marry him that the two were married in Las Vegas in 1990.
The baby girl, who has not yet been named, was 22 inches long and weighed 8 lbs 9 oz.
While both Kimberly and Benicio, 44, were excited for the arrival of their child, they are no longer a couple.
“Benicio is the father and very supportive,” his rep told Us.
“Although [he and Kimberly] are not a couple, they are looking forward to the arrival of the baby.” Congratulations to Kimberly and Benicio!