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New Mom Rachel Weisz Gets Back in Shape | Rachel Weisz

New Mom Rachel Weisz Gets Back in Shape

Originally posted 11/06/2006 03:45PM

Rachel Weisz says there's no big secret to getting back in shape after giving birth – but she does have a few suggestions.

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Toronto Diary: Who's Got Oscar Buzz?

UpdatePosted 09/18/2006 11:50AM

Toronto Diary: Who's Got Oscar Buzz?

Originally posted 09/16/2006 06:00AM

Every year, partway through the Toronto Film Festival, I breathe a sigh of relief, thinking, "Whew, we can have an Oscars race this year after all."

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Rachel Weisz Has a Boy | Rachel Weisz

Rachel Weisz Has a Boy

Originally posted 06/01/2006 05:20PM

Oscar winner Rachel Weisz has had a boy, the star's rep tells PEOPLE exclusively.

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Rachel Weisz Signs with Burberry Scent | Rachel Weisz

Rachel Weisz Signs with Burberry Scent

Originally posted 03/13/2006 08:25AM

The Constant Gardener star Rachel Weisz may have fit her pregnant figure into a sleek black Narciso Rodriguez gown when she accepted her Best Supporting Actress Oscar last week, but her face belongs to Burberry.

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Rachel Weisz | Rachel Weisz

UpdatePosted 01/19/2006 09:00AM

Rachel Weisz

Originally posted 01/04/2006 06:00AM

On Jan. 16, Rachel Weisz got lucky during her "fairytale time" – that is, being all dressed up and winning at the Golden Globes, where she took the prize for her role in The Constant Gardener as the activist wife of a British diplomat (Ralph Fiennes) posted to Kenya. Offscreen, the 34-year-old Brit's life is a bit of a fairytale itself: She's engaged to director Darren Aronofsky and expecting their first child. PEOPLE recently chatted with Weisz about getting glam and taking her character's activism to heart.

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Rachel Weisz: I'm Pregnant | Rachel Weisz

Rachel Weisz: I'm Pregnant

Originally posted 01/10/2006 08:00AM

Golden Globe nominee Rachel Weisz has revealed to Jay Leno – and everybody watching the Tonight Show – that she's five months pregnant.

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Celeb Spotlight: Rachel Weisz | Rachel Weisz

Celeb Spotlight: Rachel Weisz

Originally posted 09/01/2005 06:00AM

Age: 34Hometown: LondonCurrent gig: Playing the activist wife of a diplomat (Ralph Fiennes) in the political thriller The Constant Gardener

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Who Will Rule the Emmys Red Carpet? | Sarah Jessica Parker

Who Will Rule the Emmys Red Carpet?

Originally posted 09/16/2004 06:00AM

Emmys night is Sunday, and though it's all about TV shows and awards, we're on the edge of our collective seat about – what else? – who's going to be wearing what. So we checked in with a fellow fashion junkie, celeb stylist and Extreme Makeover star Sam Saboura (who will be part of the pre-show Emmys red carpet festivities on ABC), to get his predictions for TV's big night. Favorites • Sarah Jessica Parker: "She always looks amazing. She's been wearing Oscar de la Renta a lot, but she will probably go to Chanel for the Emmys." • 24's Kiefer Sutherland: "Always one of the best dressed," he's likely to show up in a trendy velvet jacket. • Jennifer Aniston: "She's a trendsetter and one of the most approachable in terms of the way she dresses." • Jessica Simpson: "She always looks put together. She seriously gets it right – and her husband (Nick Lachey) is the perfect piece of arm candy." Ones to Watch • The Sopranos' Edie Falco: "She's breathtaking. She has undergone the awards show makeover of the century." • CSI's Marg Helgenberger: "She's either over-the-top amazing or just a bit askew." • Angels in America star Mary-Louise Parker: "She made a great statement at the Golden Globes. She dresses so young and sexy and cool – it will be interesting to see what she comes to the plate with." • The O.C.'s Mischa Barton: "She takes a lot of risks, and that's good – but maybe the Emmys isn't the best night to take a risk." Anything else? "A lot of the nominees this year, the women, are more mature – Meryl Streep, Julie Andrews – so they'll bring more of a ladylike and sophisticated style to the red carpet, and I'm looking forward to seeing that," says Saboura. On the downside, "Donald Trump's hair will be the biggest fashion faux pas," though "he wins the award for best arm candy for his fiancée" (model Melania Knauss).

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