Bobby Flay has stuck a fork in his third marriage after 10 years. The celebrity chef, 50, has split from Law & Order: SVU star Stephanie March. “There have been problems for awhile, so this was inevitable,” an insider tells People. “There's still a lot of love there, and no one makes Stephanie laugh more than Bobby, so this was hard for both of them.”
According to TMZ, Flay officially separated from the 40-year-old actress three weeks ago. They have no kids. Flay reportedly missed the couple’s 10-year anniversary — Feb. 20 — due to a prior commitment: an appearance at the SoBe Wine & Food Fest. The king of Southwestern cooking was previously married to chef/cookbook author Debra Ponzek and Kate Connelly, the onetime co-host of Robin Leach Talking Food, with whom he shares custody of a daughter, Sophie.
At least these two are happy: Prince Charles and his consort, Camilla, are celebrating 10 years of marriage — a decade in which Camilla’s public image has gone from aristocratic home-wrecker to admired addition to the royal family. The heir to the British throne and his wife planned to celebrate at the royals’ Balmoral estate in Scotland. They married on April 9, 2005, in a modest town-hall ceremony lacking the pageantry of Charles’ 1981 wedding to Princess Diana.
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Eddie Murphy will be awarded the nation’s top prize for humor this year by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Murphy, 54, will receive the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on Oct. 18 in a show that will be broadcast nationally.
Taylor Swift revealed to her fans that her mother has cancer, although it is unclear what kind. The singer, 25, wrote about the news in a post on her Tumblr, telling fans she asked her mother to see her doctors as a Christmas gift even though there were “no red flags.”
“Mandy” wasn’t his true love after all. Barry Manilow is a married man. The singer’s hubby is longtime manager Garry Kief. Last year’s wedding at their Palm Springs, California, home, was a private affair.