January Jones's baby boy, Xander, just turned 6 months, but apparently, he's already full of personality! New mom January spent a night out yesterday for the red-carpet premiere of Mad Men, where she opened up about how she's adapting to life as a parent. See our interview with January and the rest of the show's stars in PopSugar Rush!View Transcript »
January Jones gives us an update on her little one Xander! Hi there, I'm Lauren Bradshaw, and we're taking you to last night's Mad Men premiere where we chatted with January and the rest of the cast in today's PopSugar Rush. JANUARY JONES, Betty Draper: "He's becoming more of a little person, he's quite the charmer." January Jones's baby boy Xander just turned six months, but he's apparently already full of personality! New mom January spent a night out of the house yesterday evening for the red carpet premiere of Mad Men, where she spoke to PopSugar editor Lindsay Miller on how she's adapting to life as a parent. JANUARY JONES, Betty Draper: "When we started I was 8 months pregnant, and then I shot one episode I think, and then I went back when the baby was about six or seven weeks, so it was difficult to be a working mom . . . It's hard to miss your child, but I really think it's important to have something for yourself . . . " January arrived wearing in a beautiful Roland Mouret dress, along with Jon Hamm, John Slattery, and more Mad Men stars, as we count down the final weeks until the show's return. LINDSAY MILLER, PopSugar Editor: The cast notoriously stays mum on giving away any spoilers, so instead, we asked them if they could tell us a few things that definitely will not happen on the season premiere. CHRISTOPHER STANLEY, Henry Francis: [laughs] "I don't know how to answer that, I really don't, I don't know!" CHRISTOPHER STANLEY, Henry Francis: "Don won't get abducted by aliens, and Roger won't fall from the Empire State Building, how's that?" JAY R. FERGUSON, Stan Rizzo: "I predict that Jon Draper will still be living/I like it good call/it's just a prediction i don't know if that's true or not." "While the cast and creator Matthew Weiner have not confirmed widespread reports that the show will jump ahead in time this year, they have hinted that the characters on Mad Men will be impacted by the social revolution of the mid 1960s." JOHN SLATTERY, Roger Sterling: "It's who decides to change with the times and who doesn't, and it's not who you think . . . " CHRISTOPHER STANLEY, Henry Francis: Major changes and big strides made in women's rights and civil rights, and I think that effects everybody on the show, one way or another, directly or indirectly. We'll see how it all shakes out when Mad Men's fifth season debuts on Sunday, March 25.