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Padma's baby 's pictures are really cute and baby daddy gets named.

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And Top Chef gets a brief mention
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/...

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  1. Okay, this is blocked for me. Please tell who!

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    1. re: Parrotgal

      "Adam Dell, a venture capitalist and younger brother of the founder of the Dell computer empire, fathered baby Krishna, according to reputable America magazine People."

    2. Awww... babies are always cute. Then they become teenagers. Yikes!

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      1. re: dave_c

        Right on, Dave_C. They cute when they little.

        And the police don't knock on your door when they're babies. (said from bitter, bitter experience)

        It looks like she upgraded in the looks department for the baby daddy!

        1. re: coney with everything

          "It looks like she upgraded in the looks department for the baby daddy!"

          ...uhhhh.......just slightly!!!

          as my hubby would say: "I wonder what first attracted her to the multi-millionaire"!??

          this was the best comment: Who is she, and who gives a monkey's who the father is?

          1. re: NellyNel

            You just don't want to have a baby with a "fatwa" on its head...doubtful you could get life or health insurance in that case no matter how much reform takes place...

            1. re: Servorg

              I have NO idea what your post means but it sure sounds at best nasty snarky.

              1. re: Quine

                No snark or nastiness intended or, I hope, conveyed. It was based loosely on the fact that Padma's ex (Salman) had a "fatwa" of death bestowed on him by the Ayotallah in Iran at the time for penning "The Satanic Verses " (and if he had fathered her child...)

                1. re: Servorg

                  Given the context, there is something poetic about having someone declare both a complete lack of understanding and insult.

                  1. re: Lizard

                    ;-D>

                    1. re: Servorg

                      FWIF, I thought your fatwa comment was actually rather amusing...

                      That said, I hope Padma and her child live a blessed life.

          2. re: coney with everything

            Ha, coney, I feel your pain!!!! More than once, I am sorry to say.

            1. re: jeanmarieok

              Bernie Mac said it best:

              "Boarding school! Send your children to boarding school"

              Would that I had listened.

              The English are big on that, Padma might want to sign up now!

        2. Really surprised that this is in any way a news worthy item (I'm a TC fan). Best comment for the article...'Who?'

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          1. re: Withnail42

            And 'who cares?'.

          2. I love that she's referred to as "Salman Rushdie's ex" and not "Top Chef host".

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            1. re: reiflame

              i'd say salman rushdie has a little bit more global gravitas and pull than top chef, no?

              1. re: thew

                Which is why I'm glad.

                1. re: reiflame

                  i'm not - i had a secret belief that she left rushdie because she needed a different writer in her life (points to self)

              2. re: reiflame

                Considering that it's a U.K. site that was linked, I'd have to assume that Salman Rushdie is a bit better known than Top Chef. :-)

                1. re: LindaWhit

                  Well, that does make a lot of sense!

              3. That is one seriously cute baby. The picture of Padma holding her and mirroring her expression is teeth-achingly sweet.