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Is Pippa Middleton engaged?

 
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Pippa Middleton and her stockbroker beau of under two years, Nico Jackson, are rumored to be engaged, according to Us Weekly. Before you break out the tulle: Middleton has yet to make an announcement nor is she wearing a ring.

In other royal rumblings, there’s a new little prince in Monaco. Charlotte Casiraghi, 27, gave birth to a son named Raphael. Dad is Casiraghi’s boyfriend, the so-called Jerry Seinfeld of France, comedian Gad Elmaleh, 42. The baby is the second great-grandson of the late Princess Grace (Kelly).

A certain age

Brad Pitt is on the cover on a different type of magazine: AARP. Originally founded for retired people, the organization is honoring the 50-year-old actor with a special edition birthday cover now that he’s eligible to join the club.

Model behavior

Kelly LeBrock’s famously full lips were on display on a mug shot that has recently emerged on the Web. The model/actress, once married to Steven Seagal, was arrested last month on suspicion of DUI in Santa Barbara, Calif. According to a police report obtained by E! News, the mother of three, 53, was pulled over on the night of Nov. 30 after her white Mercedes failed to stop at a stop sign.

‘Voice’ victory

A star was born on The Voice Tuesday night. Season five winner, Jamaican powerhouse Tessanne Chin, said she had nearly given up on her dream before landing a spot on the NBC competition. Coach Adam Levine put a second win on his resume.

The bachelor

Could yet another Kardashian split be imminent? Kourtney’s longtime boyfriend Scott Disick has moved into a hotel, reports In Touch.

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  • Coming to town

    Spend the night with Joan Collins

    Cue the Dynasty music and break out the shoulder pads — Joan Collins is coming to town Friday night with her one-woman show. But don’t expect the Hollywood legend, 80, to focus on her time as bitchy Alexis Carrington Colby on the famed ’80s night soap opera. Collins has quite the acting pedigree, having debuted on the London stage at the age of 9 before she made it on the big screen in such 1950s movies as The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing and Rally Round the Flag Boys. Still quick as a whip, the glamorous as all get-out Brit will tell you all about her illustrious career and more during One Night with Joan at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek.

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FILE - This July 6, 2013 file photo shows Bollywood actors Sridevi and Prabhu Deva, left in yellow, performing during the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards in Macau. The IIFA is holding its annual awards ceremony in Tampa this week. The city is an unusual choice for the awards extravaganza, but tourism officials hope it will be an economic boon to Tampa, which has hosted four Super Bowls and the Republican National Convention.

    Indian film awards arrive in Tampa, Fla., but why?

    The so-called Bollywood Oscars have been held in Macau, Singapore, London — and now, Tampa?

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 <span class="cutline_leadin">IN THE KITCHEN:</span> Myles Chefetz does a tasting in the kitchen at Prime Fish with chef Todd Zimmer, April 14, 2014. Chefetz also owns Prime 112, Prime Italian, Big Pink and the upcoming Prime Private. Chefetz is one of the most successful restaurateurs in Miami.

    RESTAURANTS

    Myles Chefetz, Michael Schwartz dominate Miami’s fine-dining scene

    Myles Chefetz and Michael Schwartz, who were once business partners, each went their own way — Chefetz to South Beach, Schwartz to the Design District. They now dominate Miami’s fine-dining scene.

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