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|For the final 12 days of 2008, UNICEF
celebrity Ambassadors and Supporters are posting daily blog entries
about the impact UNICEF Inspired Gifts are having on children around
the world. Téa Leoni continues her family's 50-year tradition of
improving the lives of children worldwide by serving as a UNICEF
Ambassador and board member of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.Tea Leoni:
mother will always do whatever it takes to protect her child from
danger. And no mother would intentionally put her child in harms way.
Yet every minute of every day, somewhere in the world, a child dies of
AIDS-related causes and another child becomes infected with HIV—usually
contracted during pregnancy, labor or delivery.
moms-to-be with HIV/AIDS tests helps prevent HIV-positive mothers from
unintentionally infecting their unborn children. And, you can help!
This holiday season I ask that you be inspired to offer the best gift any mother can offer their child — a healthy start in life
I am Téa Leoni, and I believe in zero
young children die every day from preventable causes—things like
malnutrition, poor sanitation and lack of safe, drinkable water. UNICEF
believes that number should be zero.
For a couple who announced just weeks ago that they had been separated
for several months, self-confessed sexaholic David Duchovny and his
wife, Téa Leoni, sure are spending an awful lot of time together. Téa's
rep says, "Nothing has changed—Téa and David remain friends," but
neighborhood sources say the actors, who have two kids, appear to have
moved into a newly renovated maisonette on East 78th Street (they sold
their Malibu mansion in July), and the family has been visiting the
local Tasti D-Lite store for frozen treats. "They all ordered cones and
were totally affectionate,'' reports one observer of the reunited
brood, who took a big bag of goodies home with them on their most
recent visit. The Californication star is no doubt relieved to have
found a pleasure in life that is guilt-free.