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Enrique Iglesias, Anna Kournikova split rumors resurface

Kournikova & Iglesias
Kournikova & Iglesias

Love on the rocks, ain’t no big surprise....you know the song. Page Six is reporting “news” we’ve heard for years: Anna Kournikova and Enrique Iglesias are at their breaking point after 12 years together. The apparent issue is that the 32-year-old former tennis star — who was, according to various international media reports, once married to Russian hockey player Sergei Fedorov — wants the biggest commitment of all. And Iglesias, 38, may be more like than his dad, famed To All The Girls I Loved Before crooner Julio Iglesias than many people think.

With this ring...

Brangelina may have gotten married right under our noses. No fanfare, no magazine spread, no wedding planning reality show. Angelina Jolie sparked rumors that she finally married her man Brad Pitt while in Australia. The actress was spotted out at Bondi Beach in Sydney, with their kids, sporting what looked to be a wedding band. No comment? Of course not. The new ring is next to the rock Pitt gave her last spring.

Together again?

Does Catherine Zeta Jones wearing her wedding ring at a gala a few days ago mean a reconciliation with Michael Douglas is in the works? The power couple parted ways in August after 13 years of marriage, but apparently they still want to make it work. Sources tell the UK’s The Sun that Douglas moved back into their Bedford, N.Y., mansion. He’d been holed up in his NYC apartment he’s had for years.

Royal exit

Spain’s King Juan Carlos has left a Madrid hospital a week after he had a hip prosthesis successfully removed because it had developed an infection. The king, 75, underwent the operation Sept. 24. It was his fifth operation in less than two years. He will need another operation in less than two months. Surgeon Miguel Cabanela has said the king could return to limited activity on leaving hospital. The latest health problem raised some speculation as to whether it was time for the king to abdicate in favor of his son, Crown Prince Felipe.

Sudden death

Big-time spoiler alert! If you didn’t read already this in UK’s Sunday Times magazine, you may need to sit down. In extracts from Helen Fielding’s new book, Mad About The Boy, Bridget Jones reveals that her husband Mark Darcy is no longer among the living. Ask Fielding why on earth she decided to kill off the lovely Colin Firth when she is here for the Miami Book Fair International Nov. 2 at the Gusman Concert Hall at UM.

Big move

Everybody’s been wondering why acid-tongued conservative columnist George Will had all but vanished from the commentary gig he’s held at ABC since 1981. On Wednesday, we got the answer: He’s moved to Fox News, reports Glenn Garvin.

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