From the mid to late ‘80s, Molly Ringwald was John Hughes’ indisputable muse—and thanks to his films, the carrot-topped teen rose to become America’s angst-ridden sweetheart. At her most popular, the Brat Packer had minions of adolescent girl fans, called “Ringlets,” who emulated her every move, VH1 reports. In the ‘90s, Ringwald left Hollywood for Paris, where she lived for many years, only occasionally acting. Last year, she stepped back into the limelight, starring in ABC Family’s
The Secret Life of the American Teenager—this time as a mother. Ringwald’s a mom in real-life, too: On July 11, she and her husband welcomed
fraternal twins, Adele and Roman. They’re also parents to 5-year-old Mathilde.