Friday, October 19, 2018

This week's celeb baby news, engagements and breakups

Baby news: We have another baby to keep up with. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting a third child through a surrogate. Kardashian, 36, and West, 40, share son Saint and daughter North. The celeb duo haven't confirmed the sex of the baby, but TMZ reported that they were having another girl.

Baby news: Prince William and his wife, Catherine, are also expecting a third child, Kensington Palace announced Monday. "Their royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting their third child," the palace statement read.

Baby news: Three really is a magic number. Reggie Bush and wife Lilit Avagyn welcomed their third child, a boy named Agyemang Bush on Sept. 2.  

Breakup: Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood and bandmate Zach Villa have ended their engagement. Wood and Villa met in 2015 while performing in a John Hughes-themed cabaret, then together formed electro-pop group Rebel and Basketcase.

Engaged: Charmed actor Holly Marie Combs said yes to her boyfriend over the long weekend. Combs shared the news on Instagram with a photo of her oval-cut diamond ring.

 

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