Who needs a fairy godmother if you have a famous Hollywood godparent?
Courtney Cox chose her BFF Jennifer Aniston to be godmother to her daughter Coco. Aniston visits her goddaughter almost every weekend and according to JustJarred Coco calls her ‘Nuna’ which is Greek for godmother.
Lady Gaga is godmother to Elton John’s son. “For those of you concerned that we are unusual parents, do not worry. It's not like we are the only two people involved in the child's life. His godmother is Lady Gaga,” he said on Saturday Night Live.
Johnny Depp is the godfather of Helen Bonham Carter and Tim Burton’s son Billy. According to CHINAdaily Burton was too shy and got Helen to call Depp and do the asking, even though they were working on the same set at the time.
U2 frontman Bono is godfather to Brangelina’s twins Knox and Vivienne. According to Babycentre Brad and Angie chose Bono, because they are inspired by his humanitarian work and have become really good friends over the years.
Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love chose Drew Barrymore as the godmother for their daughter Frances Bean, but due to Courtney and Drew’s tempestuous relationship she hasn’t seen her goddaughter for years, reported Glamour.
According to Mtv.com Elton John and his husband serve as godparents to a combined six children, including John Lennon's son Sean, Elizabeth Hurley's son Damien, and David and Victoria Beckham's sons Brooklyn and Romeo.
Seeing that Sting and his wife Trudie introduced Madonna to Guy Richie it was only fitting that they would be godparents to their son Rocco. According to The Telegraph, Sting sang the song Ave Maria at Rocco’s christening.
Jake Gyllenhaal is the godfather of Michelle Williams and the late Heath Ledger’s daughter Matilda. According to Celebrity Gossip Jake described being chosen as Matilda’s godfather as an ‘amazing honour’.
According to Channel24 there is a possibility that Prince William will be asked to be the godfather of David and Victoria Beckham’s little girl. It is expected that the royal couple will be among the first guests to welcome the baby into the world.