Hilary Duff, Selena Gomez And Former Disney Stars Who Are Scandal Free [PHOTOS]

 
on March 23 2012 11:56 AM
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Hilary Duff, an alumnus of the world of Disney who starred in kid-friendly productions such as Lizzie McGuire, had her first child on Tuesday with husband Mike Comrie.

She tweeted the following on Thursday: Welcome to the World Luca Cruz Comrie! Tuesday evening, we became proud parents of a healthy 7 pound 6 ounce beautiful boy.

Remember the days when Duff and Lindsay Lohan were pitted against each other due to the fact that they both dated Aaron Carter? Then there was a tiff about whose movie was better -- Duff's A Cinderella Story or Lohan's Freaky Friday. It was kind of like the whole Jennifer Aniston versus Brangelina fiasco, but for the tween set.

Well, that was a long time ago. Today, Duff is one of the former Disney child stars who hasn't gone off of the deep end. She's still working, although she's not as famous as she used to be.

Here are photos of Duff and other Disney stars who have managed to make press for accomplishments rather than troubling personal lives.

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