Is Pippa Middleton engaged?
12/18/2013 5:52 PM
12/18/2013 5:53 PM
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.
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.
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.
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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