Family & Relationships Tiffany Haddish on Her Plans to Adopt an Older Child: "I Want Them to Know That I Put in the Work"
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How Tiffany & Co. discovered this 95-carat orange gem—which takes decades to grow and occurs only naturally—for its latest Colors of Nature collection. It can be difficult, amid the headlines of LVMH’s $16 billion acquisition of it, to remember that Tiffany & Co. started as a small family company—one with treasure hunting in its DNA. Charles Lewis Tiffany saw opportunities in new lands, opening a Paris store in 1868, snagging the biggest yellow diamond in the world from South Africa in 1877, and buying out the auction of the French crown jewels for his provenance-obsessed American heiress clients the same year.
Last November,, and recently revealed . On the May 3 episode of E!'s Daily Pop, the actress said she's "taking parenting classes now," and that she's looking to adopt a child that's at least 5 and up, but ideally around 7.
"I want them to be able to know how to use the restroom on their own and talk. I want them to know that I put in the work and I wanted them," Tiffany said.
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Gal Gadot nods to her fictional counterpart, Diana Prince, who wore Tiffany & Co. in Wonder Woman 1984.At the Golden Globes, Gadot wore a minimalist, but stunning, 48-carat zoisite pendant necklace set in 18 carat gold and nearly 1,000 diamonds from the jewelry house's 2021 Blue Book collection. Zoisites are colorful gems—the most popular is the blue tanzanite—but this one is bicolor, which is much rarer. The Blue Book highlights Tiffany & Co.'s extraordinary high jewelry pieces each year. The tradition started in 1845, when the house began publishing an annual compendium of its most prized pieces as a mail-order catalogue.
The 41-year-old, who has been open about her time in foster care between the ages of 13 and 18, first shared heron an episode of boyfriend Common's podcast, Mind Power Mixtape.
"I want the child to know, 'Hey, I chose you to be here with me, and I want to give you all the knowledge that I have.'"
"I just want to bring to them survival skills, share everything that I know with them. I wanna definitely either foster kids or adopt and get them at like [age] 7." She added: "They're still malleable all the way until I think they're 21. That's what I think. But I want the child to know, 'Hey, I chose you to be here with me, and I want to give you all the knowledge that I have.'"
The comedian also shared with E!'s Justin Sylvester that she's not planning on having kids through pregnancy or surrogacy, and that she's "taken the precautions to protect me." However, there's a possibility that her biological child(ren) could be out there, as she donated eggs 20 years ago. "When I was 21, I was really hard up with money and gave up a bunch of eggs. So who knows? I might got some kids out here in these streets. I doubt it though because I never got the bonus. Maybe somewhere though?"
Although a brief update, we're excited to hear that Tiffany is one step closer to pursuing her desire to become a mama and can't wait to hear more about her adoption process in the future.
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