"It was kind of too much to all do at once," she told Us in a previous interview.
I never want to be that girl who’s desperate to find a mate," Duff said.The Disney alum split from personal trainer Jason Walsh in December and, it seems, is in no rush to find another partner.In fact, before that brief relationship, Duff openly admitted that she would likely never get married. The , "I’ve had a career for a long time, but I’ve put a lot of unnecessary pressure on myself as a woman, a businessperson, an actress. ’ Everyone I’ve talked to says you come into your own in your 30s. I’m looking forward to that.”It would seem that Duff is taking the path of the proverbial "modern woman." She eschews dating (sort of) and she's down to focus on her career in a healthy way.The young star married Mike Comrie when she was 22 — their divorce was finalized almost a year ago, in February of 2016. In 2001, Lizzie Mc Guire taught us about unrequited love, body positivity, and the importance of trying out cool new hair trends.The "Real Girl's Kitchen" star, who is engaged to designer Matt Rosenberg, has given birth to her first child, a daughter named Ryan, her rep confirmed to the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday.
Seems as though Duff is subscribing to the Jessica Simpson, Mila Kunis and Blake Lively school of thought when it comes to baby names, she's the latest celeb to opt for a traditionally masculine name for a baby girl.
Haylie and Matt are thrilled to finally meet their baby girl and become a family of three," her rep told the site.
Rosenberg proposed to the 30-year-old star on April Fools Day 2014.
It was pretty major."Dating in the spotlight wasn't easy.
"But enough people seem to have cared that it's talked about."Duff's next serious relationship was with hockey player Mike Comrie, whom she wed in 2010. I made a choice when I was about 19 to stop music and to stop acting.
Here's a look at some of the standout -- and unusual -- monikers.