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Bumpin’ bride! Pregnant Teresa Palmer married Mark Webber on Saturday, Dec. 21, a source confirms to Us Weekly. The couple, who are expecting their first child together, said “I do” in Mexico.

An insider tells Us, “They wanted to get married before the baby arrives.”

The newlyweds tied the knot at a private house overlooking the ocean in Punta Mita, an eyewitness tells Us. The blushing bride wore a white lace dress with embellishments at the shoulders. Palmer proudly showed off her baby bump, as the two said their vows underneath an altar decorated with greenery and white and pink flowers. “They were holding hands the entire time,” the insider adds.

The 27-year-old Australian actress and 33-year-old For a Good Time, Call actor announced they were engaged on Twitter back in August. Less than two weeks later, they confirmed they were expecting their first child. (Webber is already a father to a young son, Isaac Love, with actress Frankie Shaw.)

The Warm Bodies star celebrated her baby shower with friends and family at Red O restaurant in West Hollywood on Dec. 15. “Teresa looked so happy and thrilled to be having a baby,” an eyewitness told Us. “She was smiling the entire afternoon and excited to have her friends around her.”

Guests, including actress (and new mom) Jaime King, enjoyed Mexican food and decorated baby bibs during the party.

“Everyone was posing for pictures and rubbing Teresa’s belly, seeing if they could feel the baby kick,” the insider told Us. “Mark always had his hand on Teresa’s stomach as well, and seemed excited and proud.”

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Watch celebrity yoga instructor Charlotte Dodson as she teaches us Phoebe Tonkin’s fave yoga poses. By Jaymie Hooper
It’s not hard to tell that US-based Aussie actress Phoebe Tonkin is a health and fitness guru, what with her lean body and wellbeing website, Your Zen Life. With a little help from her yoga instructor Charlotte Dodson, who’s also a contributor to Your Zen Life, you could be well on your way to a toned figure with Phoebe’s fave poses.
Yoga isn’t just about the body, though, as Charlotte says, “You’ll feel stretched out, gently stimulated … and more than that, you’ll start to see life in a positive way. It will feed into all areas of your life. You will appreciate everyone in it and you will walk around with a positive and proud body and self on all levels.”
With a busy filming schedule, it would be easy for Phoebe to skip workouts. But Charlotte says Phoebe practises these three poses daily, which she demonstrates in our video (above):
1. Seat twist, to assist in balance and flexibility
2. Camel pose, to energise
3. Legs up wall (one of Phoebe’s favourites!) to relax and reenergise the body and open the hips.

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Just like her character in her upcoming movie, The Ever After, Teresa Palmer is planning a home water birth in Los Angeles in February.

“It’s definitely a case of life imitating art … so we’ve been really preparing ourselves for that mentally and physically,” she said.

“We’re feeling really calm about it and I’m not feeling nervous or anxious about it, I feel quite prepared.

“I can’t wait to meet our baby and see what he or she is like and embark on the journey of parenthood.”

Palmer also confirmed she will tie the knot with fiance Mark Webber, who has a son Isaac, from a previous relationship, in the US this year.

Earlier this week, Palmer and her partner attended the Little Heroes Foundation Melbourne Cup Lunch at the National Wine Centre.

Palmer is an ambassador for the foundation and was touched after meeting some of the Little Heroes children at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital last week.

“It hit really hit close to home for both of us as upcoming parents … the children were so beautiful, they were really inspiring to us. This organisation is doing incredible things, I feel very proud to be a part of it,” Palmer said.

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Australian actress Teresa Palmer has opened up about the “wasted” years she spent obsessing about her body image and being overly controlling about her diet.

Expecting her first child to her fiancé, US actor/director Mark Webber, in February, theWarm Bodies star says her pregnancy has helped her to move past the negative body image issues that formerly ruled her life.

“A few years ago I was exercising so much, and I just wasn’t nourishing my body in the right way,” Palmer, 27, reveals in WHO magazine’s Body Issue, out now. “I used to be incredibly militant about the food that I ate. I looked great on the outside but I wasn’t healthy on the inside. To think that three years ago I was in this place where I was so skinny that I couldn’t have gotten pregnant if I tried.”

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Just as vampires will not go gentle into that good night, the genre built around these charming blood suckers, too, continues to thrive. October 3rd marks the debut of The Originals—a spin-off of the CW’s hugely successful Vampire Diaries and a show that promises to delve even deeper into its predecessor’s bawdy backstory.

   
Centered on the “original” vampire family and set in the labyrinthine streets and wet hot sensuality of New Orleans, the series features some of The Vampire Diaries’ most seductive main characters, namely vampire-werewolf hybrid Klaus (Joseph Morgan), who plans to re-crown himself king of the city he once called home. But there are also a number of talented (and ridiculously good looking) newcomers and occasional Diariesguest stars taking central roles in the show, including Claire Holt, who plays Klaus’s saucy sister Rebekah; Phoebe Tonkin, who portrays Hayley, the sexy werewolf who becomes pregnant with Klaus’s child; and Eka Darville, who takes on the brooding, volatile vampire Diego. We talked with the three stars—who, coincidentally, are all born and bred Australians—about playing out fantasies in the deep American South.

How much did you know about your character when you joined the show?
I actually didn’t know a lot. I had faith that it would be good. I knew about the show and I really didn’t care if I was going to play a vampire or a werewolf or a witch—I just wanted to be part of that world.

You ended up a werewolf. How is that?
Hayley is super fun to play. She’s been abandoned by her parents and she has this kind of sad, lonely childhood. She meets Klaus and they have an intense sexual chemistry. They have a kind of booty call one night, and one thing leads to another and we find out that she is pregnant with his child. So we all learn a big lesson there.

How does one go about preparing to play a pregnant werewolf?
[Laughs.] Well, I was a nanny when I was younger, so I feel like I have that maternal instinct already built in. I’ve worn various stages of fake belly—from three months to six months to nine months. I took photos and sent them to my mother and said, ‘When I see you in a few months remind me that I have something to tell you!’ But emotionally it’s an interesting part to play. She’s still dealing with the shock of being in the midst of an unplanned pregnancy, so we try to approach it as you would whether or not she’s a supernatural creature—the way you or I would try deal with that situation.

Can you give us any juicy details about Hayley’s arc?
Well, Hayley is now in New Orleans, still looking for answers about her family. Meanwhile, when she’s there, the local witches discover that she’s pregnant and decide to use her to get Klaus to do what they want. They try to put Hayley’s life and her child’s life in jeopardy, so that Klaus obeys them and does what they say. That’s about all I can give away!

You moved from Australia to the U.S. in 2011 and starred in The Secret Circle on The CW. How are you enjoying working in the States?
I love it here. There is a dream of going to L.A., but no one gets on that flight unless they really feel prepared and really put their all in. Because you can’t just drive a few hours and see your family; you are really sacrificing a lot when you make that move. You come to work and put in everything you’ve got, because no one wants to get on that return flight without a job under their belt. My parents traveled a lot, and their biggest advice to me was that I would never regret traveling. So if anything, they’re happy that I’m not sitting in my little town in Australia doing the same thing everyday!

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Teresa Palmer (Warm Bodies) and Luke Hemsworth – brother to Chris and Liam – are the latest Aussies to round out the cast of Down Under crime thriller Kill Me Three Times. At the helm is Kriv Stenders, whose 2011 hit Red Dogwon numerous awards and was the top-grossing Aussie film of that year. Simon Pegg, Sullivan Stapleton (300), Alice Braga, Bryan Brown, and Callan Mulvey fill out the ensemble pic in which a singer in a surf town (Braga) is the link between three tales of murder, blackmail, and revenge. Pegg plays an assassin hired by the singer’s husband (Mulvey); Stapleton is a gambling addict trying to pay off his debts through a life insurance scam masterminded by Palmer’s small town Lady Macbeth. Brown is a corrupt cop and Hemsworth plays a surfer trying to save Braga from her would-be killer. James McFarland penned the script. Palmer is repped by WME and Management 360. Hemsworth is repped by ROAR and Mark Morrissey and Associates in Australia. Filming begins this week in Perth and Western Australia.

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Everyone here is thrilled to here the news of Teresa’s Pregnancy we wish her and mark all the love and luck in the world we know they will be amazing parents to this child

This is where my heart is. To my precious baby- I’m so blessed to be your mama, we have been wishing for you for awhile. We love you so much and can’t wait to kiss your little face and tiny toes. Thank you for hearing our prayers. ” – Teresa

We are also raising some money to get Tez and baby gift if you would like to pitch in please contact me at: Summer_klaroline@hotmail.com