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Hilary Duff is ready to welcome her little girl into the world. So much so, the 31-year-old Younger star took to social media to tell fans that she ate a special salad in an attempt to move things along.

She captioned it: "This salad is supposed to make you go into labor...@caioti_pizza don't let me down."

E! News reached out to Caioti Pizza for intel. They told the site: "We do have a salad that supposedly makes people go into labor. They say it's in the dressing, which is just a balsamic and there are special herbs that make women have contractions and go into labor. None of the servers know what exactly is in the 'special herbs' mix, only the kitchen knows."

Word has sprea,d as Caioti explains: "There is a whole baby board on the wall and there are at least 15-20 pregnant women a day who come in to order the salad. The ingredients in The Salad are romaine, water cress, Gorgonzola and walnuts with balsamic dressing and the special herbs. It costs $13.95 for a full and $10.95 for a half."

Duff is expecting her arrival with boyfriend Matthew Koma any day now. Duff shares a 6-year-old son Luca with her ex Mike Comrie.

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Nicole Kidman is normally mum on her 11-year (1990-2011) marriage to Tom Cruise, but she is opening up about one aspect of their partnership.

"Being married to Tom Cruise at 22 is something I'm always reluctant to talk about, because I'm married now to the man who is my great love Keith Urban, and it almost feels disrespectful," Kidman writes an essay for New York Magazine's October 15-28 issue, which focuses on the theme of women and power. "That said, I got married very young, but it definitely wasn't power for me — it was protection."

She continues: "I married for love, but being married to an extremely powerful man kept me from being sexually harassed. I would work, but I was still very much cocooned. So when I came out of it at 32, 33, it's almost like I had to grow up."

The 51-year-old adds that she later had her "share of #MeToo moments."

"But do I want to expose them in an article? No. Do they come out in my work? Absolutely," she writes. "I'm open and raw. I want to have my well of experience and emotion tapped into -- used, and I'm not just talking about sexual harassment. I'm talking about loss, death, the full array of life. But it has to be by the right people so it's not abused again."

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