While visiting Paris one year, Steven Spielberg and Amy Irving walked hand in hand through the rain toward Claude Monet's home in the Paris suburb of Giverny. "Just as we arrived," Irving recalled, "the rain stopped, so we were able to walk around the gardens. When we walked inside, it started pouring again. Then, during lunch, a double rainbow appeared outside our window. It was very magical, and then I threw up. That was the first time I realized I was with child."
[As a memento of their visit, Spielberg bought a Monet and had it hung on their living room wall.]