Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. All the details of Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk's 'beautiful' baby shower Wonderwall 2 days ago By Mark Gray David M. Benett/Getty Images North America All the details of Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk's 'beautiful' baby shower Before you know it, Bradley CooperandIrina Shayk will be proud parents. The happy couple recently celebrated a rite of passage: the baby shower. A source told E! News on March 14 that the mom-to-be "had a beautiful baby shower this month in L.A." The source added that friends and family of the expectant couple were all on hand at the casual daytime event, and Bradley was "there to help." "Bradley was hanging with his mother, making sure everything went smoothly," the source says. "He is always very chill and relaxed." Guest dined on finger foods. The source didn't reveal the gender, but it certainly sounds like the secret is out, at least among the couple's close friends and family. The party was decorated around the gender of the baby. The Victoria's Secret model received "adorable" baby gifts, the source said, including "many designer outfits and toys, all with an expensive price point.
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