SITTING PRETTY; Baby revenge of Julia hubby's ex.
THE woman whose husband dumped her for actress Julia Roberts has told of her own baby joy.
Vera Moder - who was married to the Pretty Woman star's husband Danny Moder - is due to give birth this month to a baby boy.
The Argentine-born make-up artist was devastated when cameraman Danny, 35, left her for Julia - who is expecting twins.
"I don't feel anything about Julia because my baby is more important right now," said Vera.
"Everything is good. I am too happy for me. I care about me and my baby. It is an exciting time for me. I am due this month - any time soon. Mine is going to be a beautiful boy, called Lucas."
Vera, 32, who uses her maiden name Steimberg, accused the actress of being "a husband stealer" when Danny ran off with Julia four years ago on the set of the movie The Mexican.
And she was humiliated when the Erin Brokovich star was photographed wearing a T-shirt with the words "A Low Vera" splashed across the front.
Danny married Julia, 36, in July 2002 in a midnight ceremony, just days after the divorce papers ending his five-year marriage to Vera came through.
"I will never forgive her, she was desperate to get him down the aisle, " said Vera at the time. "It won't last anyway. She will be looking for a new husband within a year. Danny cheated on me and he will cheat on her."
Vera said she has found happiness with an old flame from Argentina called Guillermo. "He is my other half and I am proud I'm pregnant." When Julia learned of Vera's pregnancy she was crushed because she had been trying so hard to start a family.
The actress, upset when her husband's family initially sided with Vera, had IVF treatment before learning she was pregnant with twins. Julia's love life was always eventful. She dumped actor Keifer Sutherland on the eve of their wedding and left her husband country singer Lyle Lovett after 21 months.
NEW LIFE: Vera with Guillermo in LA on Friday; LOVE LIFE: Julia and husband in New York on Friday
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jun 6, 2004|
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