Three's company for Sally Pressman and husband David Rogers. The Army Wives actress is pregnant with her first child, Us Weekly reports.
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Army Wives actress Sally Pressman became a real-life wife, marrying longtime boyfriend David Rogers, People reports.
The couple wed Saturday at the Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara, Calif.
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Pressman, 30, and Rogers, 34, got engaged in October after...
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ABC's Modern Family is ending its second season by adding a new series regular. The name of this pretty young new character: Bridgette. Who is she, you ask? "We're getting a French bulldog for me to hang out with," reports Rico Rodriguez (Manny). "She'll probably be ...
Not many TV shows earn promotional shout-outs from both John McCain and Barack Obama But endorsing Army Wives A political no-brainer The hit Lifetime drama Sundays at 10 pmET after all depicts with sensitivity and soap-operatic flourish the lives of American military families The candidates high-profile tributes were the latest signs of success for the networks most popular show which scored record ratings for its second-season opener as well as an official thumbs-up from the US Department of DefenseThe upshot of that seal of approval permission to film inside an actual C-17 transport plane at Charleston Air Force Base in South Carolina near the set used as the shows fictional Army post The DoD also provided a medical evacuation crew to reenact their duties nursing wounded soldiers We want to help the show portray the military not only in a good light but in a realistic light says Air Force public affairs officer Capt Wayne Capps The series als