Gisele was recently spotted nesting up in Boston as she gets ready for her and Tom's December arrival, but this weekend she was in NYC's Washington Square Park to take on a new job. The glowing supermodel was named a Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Environment Programme. Gisele is thrilled about her role and said, "I have been working on environmental issues for a long time and agreed to become a Goodwill Ambassador to be part of a global and far-reaching organization. Now it's about action on a global scale to secure a healthy future for the next generation, wherever they live in the world." While Gisele was out doing good, Tom was in NJ for his game against the Jets which ended up being his first regular season loss since 2006. Gisele is also working on another new project — she is apparently taking helicopter flying lessons on her way to becoming a licensed pilot.
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Gwen and Gavin were back to their courtside box to root for their favorite Roger Federer in the men's singles final at Wimbledon in London yesterday. Unfortunately, they couldn't keep the hot streak going, and Roger lost to Rafael Nadal. It might have been a disappointing day for some, but at least they had adorable Kingston waiting back at home to put a smile on their faces.
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Christina and Jordan went on another shopping excursion in LA yesterday to pick up more items for their little one. She may still be hiding details from us, but that isn't stopping the rumor mill. InTouch is reporting that Christina has already had a baby shower for a boy that she wants to name after Jordan, while another source is claiming she's expecting twins. There's also that old rumor we heard back in August that she's having a little girl. Since she never even confirmed the obvious, I doubt she's going to give us any clues now so what are you betting is in Xtina's belly?
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