Sheryl Crow and other food-loving celebrity moms dish on how they plan to spend Mother's Day
by Tyler Nguyen
There's a good chance you'll recognize these famous ladies from their hit TV shows, chart-topping songs, and other name-in-lights accomplishments. But bear in mind, there's one thing they have in common, aside from their celebrity status: First and foremost, they're mothers.
Mother's Day remains the one day each year when every mom is entitled to be treated like a queen. On this holiday, mothers get a green light to cave in to cravings, soak in a spa treatment (guilt-free), and just enjoy time with the kids-or far away from them!
With all these options in mind, we asked these foodie celeb moms how they hope to enjoy the holiday.
Grammy-winning musician Sheryl Crow, 49, looks forward to bonding in the kitchen with sons Wyatt and Levi, soon to be 4 and 1, this Mother's Day. "With touring and being on the road so much, it's just a treat to be at home," says Crow, who has collaborated with Nashville chef Chuck White on a cookbook called If It Makes You Healthy . "We'll probably cook up a batch of Wyatt's favorite zucchini muffins , which he calls 'keenie' muffins."
Photo: Victoria Pearson
On CWTV's Gossip Girl, Kelly Rutherford plays Upper East Side mom Lily van der Woodsen. And there's no doubt Lily would agree that every mother deserves a trip to the spa! Rutherford, 42, has her eye on a relaxing buff and scrub session "at Caudalie Vinothérapie Spa , which uses grapes and wine in their treatments." Also on the agenda? Taking kids Hermes, 4, and Helena, 22 months, out to lunch at Via Quadronno in New York City, where they'll nosh on "panini sandwiches and vanilla and chocolate ice cream."
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