Sam worthington dating lara bingle
I can’t tell you what it is – it’s too far down the line.But I’m so excited about it because it’s going to make women’s lives so much easier.The first pregnancy is different because it’s something you’ve never done before, and there’s that what if, or the unknown, so I tried not to read anything because I didn’t want to know too much.No one likes talking about the intimate moments of their sex life – let alone in front of a live TV audience. WATCH the awkward exchange between Lara and Kylie below. Lara appeared on a live-link to LA for a segment promoting a new organic linen range.I wanted to capture lots of close-up shots of the jewellery, the sprit and soul of New York City and that power and fierce feminine feeling I get when I wear Tiffany jewellery, which I think we captured. Visionary, self-made women with inspirational careers like Jenna Lyons of J. Crew, Carisa Janes [of Hourglass cosmetics] and Lena Dunham, Jessica Alba, Hillary Kerr [of website Who What Wear], Emily Weiss [of website Into The Gloss] and everyone on my team at The Base – both women and men! The Maldives is a favourite of mine; I always head to more remote areas that are not so frequented by tourists – there’s nothing like having the ocean all to yourself.
The couple attended the Fred Hollows Foundation Gala in Los Angeles on Thursday evening.
Model-turned-businesswoman Lara Worthington (nee Bingle) is the founder and head of tanning and cosmetics brand The Base and has two children, Rocket and Racer, with her husband, actor Sam Worthington. But usually my son comes calling sometime between 6 and 7. No day is average or the same with two boys under two …
The couple are notoriously private about their family life but Lara opens up to me about motherhood, Sam as a “hands-on” dad and what people would find most surprising about her. I work from multiple offices: one a small, private space in Tribeca [in New York City] and from hotels when I’m travelling. I work out when I can, but I’d like to work out more. I’m developing a product now that I’m obsessed with.
How involved are you with the product development and marketing? Tell me about your recent collaboration with Tiffany & Co’s Hard Wear. There is something so special about handmade pieces.
I shot the campaign with my friend Shane Sakkeus in New York City – he filmed it on his i Phone and we took the stills from the film. What is something people would find surprising to know about you?