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The 26-year-old "Revenge" actress recently revealed to Canada's Fashion magazine that she has urges to become a mom.
“I have moments when I get baby fever and I think, ‘Why don’t I have a dozen of these now? “I’ve always had a maternal sense, and have dreamt about having children more than getting married and having the perfect wedding." But, for now, her day job keeps her occupied.
In real life, Ball filed for divorce the day after they filmed the series finale (at which point the show had evolved into weirdness that was the hour-long “Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour” anyway) — which was also Arnaz’s birthday. That made the papers, obviously, so by the time the final episode aired, the viewing audience knew the happy fictional couple on TV was being played by a miserable real-life one. Though she married after Arnaz — and stayed with her second husband until her death — in all three sitcoms she starred in after “I Love Lucy,” her character was a widow.
Both sons divorced their co-star-wives, but only after the series was cancelled, thus depriving us of the chance to see what would happen to the annoyingly perfect fake Nelson family if their real counterparts were to break up.The 50s In the beginning, there were old married people.As it happens, the on/off-screen relationship existed before screens did.“I think actors get addicted to youth but it seems so exhausting to me,” the ABC star told Fashion for its April issue. They play women that are around the same age and they have no shame in it.” Van Camp, who previously dated "Brothers and Sisters" actor Dave Annable and "Vampire Diaries" heartthrob Joseph Morgan, certainly doesn't have to change for Bowman.The 25-year-old actor loves her exactly how she is.If a recent photo of the couple is anything to go by, their real-life relationship may have been concluded by the time tonight’s new episode starts. If they aren’t very good at acting and/or their breakup is especially acrimonious, that awkwardness will be obvious. We do not want to see real-life problems on our guilty pleasure fun show.