Larry Birkhead is making travel plans
While custody was not finalized on Friday at a court in hearing the Bahamas, Larry Birkhead seems pretty confident that he will be taking the baby he fathered with Anna Nicole Smith back to the US soon.
Birkhead said he couldn't discuss the details of the hearing due to strict Bahamian privacy laws, but he said he would be making travel plans soon.
"I can't talk about what they say in court," he said as he smiled from ear to ear. "On my behalf, everything went well, and I'm moving towards starting a life with my daughter out of the Bahamas... I know I'm going to be making some travel arrangements pretty soon, so everything's good for me."
Anna Nicole's estranged mother Virgie Arthur left the court room without addressing the media, which is unusual for her, while Howard K. Stern supported Birkhead's custody bid. Stern said Arthur "proved herself to be what Anna Nicole always told me," adding that the custody hearing "should have been over today."
They'll be back in court on Wednesday.