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'Real Housewives' Kids Rescued from Swimming Pool

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"The Real Housewives of Orange County" star Alexis Bellino's two toddlers rolled into a swimming pool when she left their stroller unattended on July 4th at the Balboa Bay Club in Newport Beach, Calif.

Alexi Bellino

According to TMZ, sources say a lifeguard pulled the stroller out of the water with one child still in it, and that Alexis' husband, Jim, dove in to save the other one.

But Jim told the site, "There was no lifeguard needed or involved."

Both of the Bellino children are fine, and thankfully did not need medical attention.

How scary! Have you ever had a near-miss like this one?


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Michele July 7, 2010, 2:39 PM

She probably had to let go of the stroller to fix her hair or makeup……..take care of your own kids! They have 20 nannies or something like that….STUPID!!!!

alexis July 25, 2010, 8:16 AM

‘when she left their stroller unattended’

hate to be rude about it, but i lost any sympathy for the mother right there. my sympathy is with the kids, cuz their mother is obviously dumb habing two kids near a pool in a stroller.
my son is ten months old and his stroller has a wheel lock on it so if i go to open the trunk on my car or something (because i don’t leave him unattended) his wheels get locked and he doesn’t roll anywhere.

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