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She is back and this time she has is choosing love over work!
Twilight heartthrob, Kellan Lutz, was spotted showing off his toned body while enjoying the sun in St.Maarten. The chiseled actor topped People Magazine’s poll of who should play He-Man on the big screen, beating out fellow studs like Chris Evans, Channing Tatum and Alexander Skarsgard.
Kellan is wearing his favorite signature Little Letter K necklace by Alex Woo, layered with his vintage cross.
On Mother’s Day, about 26.2% of us will be buying Mom jewelry for her special day, according to the National Retail Federation.
With Mother’s Day less than a week away, now is the perfect time to shop for lasting and meaningful gifts for Mom. Taking a cue from top celebrity moms, World Gold Council (WGC) has compiled some of the best personalized gold jewelry gifts to honor moms of all styles and ages.
Heidi Klum and Kelly Ripa are fans of Alex Woo’s Little Numbers (to signify the number of children) and Mini Addition Hearts. Heidi Klum has been seen wearing a gold Little Number 4 necklace with a heart to symobolize her four children - Leni, six, Henry, four, Johan, three, and seven-month-old Lou, with singer Seal.
Actor, action-movie star, farmhand, Calvin Klein underwear model, and nascent motivational speaker, Kellan Lutz is the man of the moment as Interview Magazine calls it. With a number of roles including a handsome jock in 90210, a soldier stationed in Iraq in HBO’s Generation Kill (2008), and a vampire in the Twilight series he is the current superhero-in-waiting.
Born in North Dakota and raised in Arizona it must not be easy being good looking and with a growing list of fan sites all over the web devoted to his mainstream masculinity
Kellan charmingly admits “I know a lot of people who run shirtless because they don’t want their clothes to get sweaty. I’m just a normal person. And I have four paparazzi who sit outside my house all day.”
During the interview and photo shoot, Kellan confidently wears Alex Woo’s Little Letter K with his cross. Read the full article at Interview Magazine