A huge happy Birthday to everyone who is celebrating their special day today! Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen, Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin and American model Paris Jackson are among the famous faces toasting their birthdays with the loved ones on April 3. Join us as we take a closer look at the lives of these celebrities…
Coleen Rooney turns 32
This will be the first birthday Coleen will be celebrating as a mother-of-four! The Liverpudlian and her husband Wayne Rooney announced the arrival of their youngest son, Cass, in February. The couple already share eight-year-old Kai, four-year-old Klay and Kit, two. While expecting her third child, Kit, Coleen previously said she'd like a baby girl, telling HELLO!: "I honestly don't mind. But a girl would be nice to complete the family, of course." She will no doubt have a momentous occasion with her boys!
Alec Baldwin turns 60
This Hollywood star is turning 60! And he will no doubt mark his big day with his wife Hilaria and their children as well as his daughter Ireland from his previous marriage to Kim Basinger. The dad-of-five recently returned home following his hip surgery. His wife soon updated fans of his recovery, saying: "Thank you for your kind wishes. I know many of you are anxious to hear how he is doing. We have been here since very early... All went well in surgery and I am with him in recovery. to all #wegotthis2018." But the family have plenty to look forward to after Alec's recovery as Hilaria announced her fourth pregnancy in November.
Paris Jackson turns 20
She's most famous for being the second child and only daughter of Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe. Paris is reportedly dating British model Cara Delevingne after meeting at the MTV Movie & TV Awards last May. The American actress and model is usually seen out and about with her godfather Macaulay Culkin. She often speaks about her father's death, telling Rolling Stone: "They always say, 'time heals', but it really doesn't. You just get used to it. I live life with the mentality of 'OK, I lost the only thing that has ever been important to me.' So going forward, anything bad that happens can't be nearly as bad as what happened before. So I can handle it."