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In her words, Chen expressed that at some point she was forced to undertake blepharoplasty by her former director.This decision brought a sense of division in her family.In fact, according to IMDB, Chen once quoted that being “Chenbot” calls for her to embrace her inner self. "Early Show" co-anchor and "Big Brother" host Julie Chen and her husband, CBS President and CEO Leslie Moonves, welcomed a baby boy named Charlie on Thursday morning in Los Angeles. Chen announced the pregnancy on "The Early Show" on April 21, 2009, telling viewers her due date was Oct. Photos: New Celebrity Parents Charlie is the first child for Chen and Moonves, who have been married since 2004. While graduating from USC as a broadcasting and English major, in September 1991 Julie Chen became a news assistant for ABC News in Los Angeles, California.At the time, she met a television news editor Gary Donahue and eventually started an affair with him but their relationship did not last long as they broke up after few months of dating.While working at ABC News, Julie met with Gary Donahue, and after a short while, she entered into a relationship with the news editor. After their marriage went sour, Leslie’s wife, Nancy, thought it best for the relationship to be terminated and hence, filed for divorce.Moonves and Julie got married in 2004 in a wedding that was conducted in private in Mexico. Charlie will be turning 18 years of age in September 2017.

Divorce proceedings were delayed for almost two years because of financial settlement disagreements.After the split with Gary, Julie went on to date the president and chief executive officer of CBS Television, Leslie Moonves.At the time, Leslie was married to his first wife Nancy Wiesenfeld whom he married in 1978.Personal Life Julie Chen’s parents are Chinese immigrants, and she has two older siblings named Victoria and Gladys.Little information as it relates to her parents’ background is known.

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