Benedict Cumberbatch to Star in Short Showtime Series "I was like, 'They're how much? This is astronomical," the actress said. "So, I went on Etsy and I was like, '$90?' I was like, 'buy now!' and Ashton's was $100, so technically his wedding band was a little bit more expensive." Purchasing a cheaper band was "not a big deal," Mila added. Royal Family Photos: Kate Visits Ronald McDonald House Getty Images "My engagement ring is beautiful, but I don't ever wear it," she said. "This ring, I'm like, 'It's $90!' It's great. That person on Etsy had no clue whose ring they were making, but they were wonderful and very nice and polite and generous." Exclusive Love and Loss: Kenny Goss Remembers George Michael During their conversation, Conan also asked Mila about her second pregnancy. "I feel really good," she said. "With the first one, there were these apps where you could check daily to see the size of your baby based on fruit. So, 'Oh, today my baby's the size of guava,' or a banana, or avocado.' And I did it, like, every day. I couldn't even tell you how far along I am right now.
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Related: In killing the intentional walk, baseball loses a part of its history After the handshake deal at Pences wedding, Morse still wasnt sure how real it was. But then other members of the Giants front office started coming up to him and saying, Guess well see you in February. When he finally got around to congratulating Pence on his marriage, Morse told him his own news. I think we just shook on a deal back there, Morse said. I got married and youre coming back! Pence said. Perfect! Before stepping into the batting cage to face live pitching for the first time this spring, Morse said he would probably know within a few swings whether or not he still had it. Ill flash you a thumbs-up, he said, or a thumbs-down. Moments later, after a handful of iffy cuts but one towering blast that struck halfway up a light stanchion beyond the left field fence, clanging loudly through an empty stadium, Morse flashed his verdict: his hand extended, palm down, tilting from side to side. The universal symbol for so-so. Morse is treating his spring fling as a San-Francisco-or-bust proposition. He probably wouldnt accept a job at Class AAA, he said, and isnt interested in joining another organization. If the Giants dont want him, he said, hell go home, back to his family and his boat, and it least this time he will know its truly over. I dont want to play for any other team, he said. I want to play for the Giants.
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