Hilary Duff probably has no problem finding a baby sitter for her and hubby Mike Comrie's baby son, Luca Cruz.
She probably just has to ask her sister, Haylie Duff…
"Amazing. She's doing so well," Haylie—who attended last night's opening of photographer Tyler Shields' new exhibit, Mouthful, at L.A.'s Wilshire Tower—gushed when asked about the 24-year-old new mom. "The baby's…beautiful. He's perfect."
Luca Cruz was born a month.
And Hilary? "She's a great mom!"
While last night's opening, sponsored by A/X Armani Exchange and benefiting Love Is Louder, wasn't exactly for kids, it definitely had childlike tendencies.
People dressed in tuxedos and rabbit heads roamed the halls as did a young woman dressed as the Queen of Hearts and another gal sporting some sci-fi video game attire.
Modern Family star Sarah Hyland was lifted into the arms of a man who was wearing a giant panda head as her boyfriend, Matt Prokop, looked on laughing.
Another woman sat on the floor with fake blood running down her chin. An oversize stuffed teddy bear was placed in one corner along with a suitcase containing a pair of handcuffs.
Other celeb guests included Glee's Harry Shum Jr., Emma Roberts, Madeline Zima, Teen Wolf beauty Holland Roden, Brittany Snow, Revenge stars Christa B. Allen, Connor Paolo and Gabriel Mann. Cameras followed Clint Eastwood's daughters, Francesca and Morgan, for their new E! reality show, Mrs. Eastwood & Company. Francesca is Shields' girlfriend and is featured in many of his quirky over-the-top photos.
Two little girls in pink party dresses weaved their way through the crowd on scooters.
One partygoer wondered, "I don't know if they're part of the show or just here with their parents."
We have a feeling they were part of the show.