By peoplestaff225
Updated November 15, 2007 06:36 AM
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Actress Sharon Stone, 49, wheels her sons Laird Vonne, 2, and Quinn Kelly, 16 months, into their NYC hotel on Wednesday evening.

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Photos by Bauer Griffin.

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