Denise Richards & Girls Adopt-A-Doll

Mom-of-three Denise Richards was seen at The Grove in Hollywood, Calif. with daughters Lola, 7, and Eloise, 22 months, after attending the Corolle’s Adopt-a-Doll event on Saturday (May 18). Upon leaving the Parisian-themed party, the trio were seen saying goodbye to the party hosts — The Guncles, Bill Horn and Scout Masterson.

“Fun event today with Lola & Eloise!!” Denise captioned a shot of the posh outdoor event via Instagram. “thank u @TheBillHorn & @ScoutMasterson #Corolle.”

“Eloise getting her little toes done today at the party,” the proud mom shared another photo.

Denise has been one busy mama these days! In addition to being single mom to her three kids – including 9-year-old daughter Sam – the actress is temporarily caring for ex-husband Charlie Sheen’s 4-year-old sons Max and Bob.

Charlie’s third ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, 35, checked herself into rehab on May 3 for “prescription drug abuse,” the same day sons Bob and Max were removed from her home by the L.A. County of Department of Children and Family Services due to an “unsafe environment.”

Rather than staying with Charlie, the twins were place with Denise, who has looked after the boys before.

A special shout out to who did the banner decor and cute bunting signs and banners behind the dessert table at the posh event.

Filed under: Bill Horn,Denise Richards,Eloise Richards,Lola Sheen,Scout Masterson

Photo credit: FameFlynet


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  1. Claire

    Why are her legs skinnier than her 9-year-old’s? She obviously has her hands full and is under a lot of stress but I hope she is also taking some care of herself…

  2. Isabella

    It’s wonderful that she adopted a Special Needs little girl.

  3. Jenn

    I have never seen Eloise walk so I assume she has some special needs. What a beautiful family Denise has.

  4. tina

    Eloise is not a special needs kid she just has never been photographed walking, here a video of her looking pretty well developed

  5. Pippa

    What up with that huge bottle of orange juice (or some kind of orange liquid)? It looks like the bottles we had when I was 2 years old, in 1976! I didn’t know they still made those. It’s too big and she is obviously old enough (special needs or not – no comment on that) to hold the bottle on her own and drink from it, so she is capable of holding and drinking from a sippy cup. It’s just weird…its huge! No child that age and size needs that much juice.

  6. Anonymous

    To be honest I didn’t think much when the criticism started, but now I see it, she has definitely lost a lot of weight. I hope all is ok :(.

  7. Gemi

    Maybe Eloise is SN? Why would that be offensive?

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