Celebrity roundup

Steve Martin a father for the first time


Daddy duty came better late than never for Steve Martin. The New York Post reports the writer-actor is a first time father. The baby (sex unknown) is believed to have been born back in December. The paper reports Martin has been seen cuddling with a newborn near his L.A. home. The Cheaper by the Dozen star, 67, married magazine writer Anne Stringfield, 41, in 2007.

Bump watch

Americans may soon see pictures of Kate Middleton’s bump in a bikini, whether they want to or not. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were photographed by a beachgoer on the Caribbean island of Mustique and sold the pics to a number of publications. Italian gossip rag Chi, which caused outrage when it put a photo of Princess Diana dying, splashed pictures of the pregnant Duchess on its front page. Palace sources condemned the pics as “violating,” reports The Daily Mail.

Fashion footsteps

Kendall and Kylie Jenner are taking a cue from big sisters Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian. Kendall, 17, and Kylie, 15, teamed up with PacSun to put out clothes aimed at teen girls. “We watched our sisters do their clothing line [Kardashian Kollection for Sears] — when the opportunity came to us, we jumped on it,” Kylie said in a recent AP interview.

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  • At the movies

    British comedian Nick Frost channels a salsa dancer in ‘Cuban Fury’

    Nick Frost may be pasty, portly and, well, British but, man can he dance. It took practice, though. In Cuban Fury, out Friday, Frost plays Bruce, an office drone who re-energizes the salsa moves he learned as a kid to impress his love interest/boss Julia played by Rashida Jones.

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    ‘Games of Thrones’ stars Gwendoline Christie and Pedro Pascal seen eating at Bâoli

    Game of Thrones stars Gwendoline Christie and Pedro Pascal were seen having dinner Friday at Bâoli, feasting on burrata, tuna tartare, sushi, filet mignon and sea bass. The meal, we’re told, was “washed down with lychee martinis and Don Julio on the rocks.”

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