Celebs are notorious for getting married again… and again… and again. And with all that divorce and remarriage comes the mixing and matching of parents and children. Wonderwall.com is rounding up some of our favorite blended Hollywood families, starting with this famous bunch! In 1998, Bruce Willis split from his equally famous spouse, Demi Moore, with whom he has three daughters — Rumer, Scout and Tallulah. In 2009, Bruce married model Emma Heming, with whom he then welcomed two more daughters — Mabel and Evelyn. Keep reading to see more blended Hollywood families…
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Recognize these faces? Maybe not, since many have changed dramatically! This photo from 1991 was taken the same year Kris Jenner and Caitlyn Jenner (who was then known as Bruce Jenner) tied the knot. They both brought four kids to the marriage — Kris had Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian West, Khloe Kardashian and Rob Kardashian from her first marriage, while Bruce had Burton Jenner, Casey Jenner, Brandon Jenner and Brody Jenner from two previous marriages. Kris and Caitlyn went on to add two more girls to their brood — Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner — and then launched an E! reality show beginning in 2007, "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," that would change the trajectory of all of their lives.
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Longtime partners Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn have a beautifully blended family. When Kurt fell for Goldie in the early '80s, he had son Boston from his marriage to actress Season Hubley while Goldie wa sa mom to Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson from her marriage to musician-actor Bill Hudson. Kurt and Golden then welcomed a son together, Wyatt, in 1986. Everyone, save for Boston, are seen together here in 2000.
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Look at this huge crew! One thing all these people have in common? Diana Ross! The songstress had her first child, Rhonda, with Motown CEO Berry Gordy, before marrying Robert Ellis Silberstein, her then-manager, and welcoming two more daughters — Tracee Ellis Ross (who you know as the star of "Blackish") and Chudney — before splitting. Diana then married Arne Naess Jr. and became a stepmom for the first time to his children — Katinka, Christoffer and Leona — before adding two more kids to the mix with Arne: sons Ross and Evan. Though Arne tragically passed away four years after the couple divorced, Diana stayed very close with her stepkids and actually is still on great terms with both Berry and Robert. They were among the massive group that turned up to see her accept a lifetime achievement award at the American Music Awards in 2017 alongside her kids and a handful of her grandkids.
Will Smith famously included oldest son Trey (with first wife Sheree Zampino) in his music video for "Just the Two of Us" back in 1998. Trey gained half siblings after his dad married Jada Pinkett Smith, who gave birth to Jaden and Willow. Looks like the whole gang is getting along here in this red carpet photo from 2016!
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian's relationship was plagued by plenty of scandal in the beginning. After all, Eddie was married to Brandi Glanville (of future "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fame) when rumors of his affair with LeAnn began in early 2009. Not surprisingly, Brandi and Eddie split that July, and LeAnn split from her then-husband, Dean Sheremet in September. LeAnn became a stepmom to Eddie and Brandi's two sons, Mason and Jake, when she and the actor married in April 2011. Though the adults have had a tumultuous time uniting their family following years of feuding between Brandi and LeAnn, these days, they've all made peace and are putting the kids first.
Steve Harvey and wife Marjorie each brough multiple children to the mix when they wed in 2007. Steve had four kids from his first two marriages (Karli, Brandi, Broderick and Wynton) while Marjorie had three kids (Morgan, Jason and Lori). The whole big blended family is seen here in 2012.
By the time Bridget Moynahan gave birth to ex-boyfriend Tom Brady's first son, Jack Moynahan, the Patriots quarterback was in a serious relationship with model Gisele Bundchen. Tom and Gisele married in 2009 and added two more children to their family — Benjamin and Vivian. The blended family now all seem to get along great, as evidenced by this sweet photo Gisele shared on Father's Day in 2019.
We all know that Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys are parents to sons Egypt (seen here in 2015, left) and Genesis, but Swizz came to the marriage with three older kids: son Prince Nasir, whose mom is Nicole Levy; son Kasseem Dean Jr. (seen here on the right), whose mom is ex-wife Mashonda; and daughter Nicole, whose mom is British singer Jahna Sebastian.
Michael Douglas had son Cameron with first wife Diandra Luker long before he married Catherine Zeta-Jones. The new couple added two more children to the mix, son Dylan and daughter Carys. The happy blended brood are seen here in 2007 on vacation in Turks and Caicos.
Rev Run could fill a church with his enormous stepfamily! Before marrying wife Justine in 1994, Rev was wed to Valerie Vaughn, with whom he had daughters Vanessa and Angela and son JoJo. Since then, Rev and Justine added sons Diggy and Russy and adopted daughter Miley into the family. Their blended fam even scored its own entertaining show — "Run's House" — which ran from 2005 to 2009.
After marrying in 2010, Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer welcomed twins Poppy and Charlie in 2012 (they're seen here in 2013). But the two were no stranger to parenting at that point. Anna was already a stepmom to Stephen's other two children from previous relationships: son Billy and daughter Lilac.
Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez aren't married yet but they've already successfully blended their families following their 2019 engagement. J.Lo and her kids with third husband Marc Anthony (Max and Emme Muniz) and A-Rod and his girls with ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis (Natasha and Ella) are all seen here at a Los Angeles Lakers game in 2018.
Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig brought together their kids from previous relationships when they tied the knot in 2011: Rachel's young son, Henry Aronofsky, and Daniel's then-teen daughter, Ella. They welcomed their first child together, a daughter, in 2018.