Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the celebrities who found love, suffered heartbreak or experienced some other major event in their love lives in late June 2018, starting with one of our favorite young singers… Camila Cabello and dating columnist Matthew Hussey have called it quits after more than a year of coupledom, multiple media outlets reported on June 25. "Camila's relationship with Matthew had run its course and they decided to break up about a fortnight ago. It was a mutual decision to end things. But they have spent a lot of time together over the last year and a half and want to stay friends despite going their own way," a source told the British tabloid The Sun. The insider added that the breakup "is of course going to fuel rumors" that the former Fifth Harmony singer and her "Señorita" collaborator, Shawn Mendes, are secretly more than friends. Also fueling the rumors? Shawn's mother, Karen Rayment, who commented with the beating heart emoji and the emoji of a couple in love after Camila took to Instagram to share a video of herself and Shawn goofing off behind-the-scenes on the set of their music video. Now keep reading for more of the week's biggest celeb love life updates…
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Pamela Anderson took to Instagram on June 25 to accuse her off-and-on boyfriend of more than two years, Adil Rami, of domestic violence and cheating. "It's hard to accept. The last (more than) 2 years of my life have been a big lie. I was scammed, led to believe … we were in big love," she wrote in the caption of a photo of them together. "I'm devastated to find out in the last few days that he was living a double life. He used to joke about other players who had girlfriends down the street in apartments close to their wives. He called those men monsters. But this is worse. He lied to all. How is it possible to control 2 women's hearts and minds like this — I'm sure there were others. He is the monster. How could I have helped so many people [through the National Domestic Violence Hotline] and not be wise enough or able to help myself." In the comments section of her Instagram post, the former "Baywatch" beauty called the French soccer star — with whom she reconciled in early 2019 following a September 2018 split — a narcissist and a sociopath, explaining that she has a bodyguard "because he scares me" and "has hurt me and threatened me many times." The straw that broke the camel's back came when Pam got in touch with Adil's ex, French model Sidonie Biemont — with whom he shares young twin sons — and realized that they had a parallel intimate relationship. She added in another comment, "He lied to [Sidonie] about all too. She's also in shock and is very sad. It's the evidence I needed to move on. He can't hurt us more." Pamela then took to her foundation's website to post lengthy letters she exchanged with Sidonie that reveal how things unfolded. Adil took to Instagram to defend himself, insisting "in no case do I lead a double life" though he did admit, "I should have been more transparent in this ambiguous relationship."
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On the June 21 episode of her "Queen Radio" show on Apple Beats 1, Nicki Minaj revealed that she and her boyfriend of less than a year, Kenneth Petty, recently obtained a marriage license. "I think I have what I was striving for, just happiness. It was so hard to get to a happy place. Now that I'm there, I don't want to compromise that for anyone or anything," she said, adding that her "end goal" is to have a baby.
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Demi Lovato and Logan Henderson sparked romance rumors when the former "Big Time Rush" star joined the singer-actress and her mother, Dianna De La Garza, to watch the newest episode of "The Bachelorette" on June 24. Despite the intimate hangout, Us Weekly reported on June 26 that the longtime pals, who were previously linked in 2012 (pictured), are not an item. According to a source, Demi is single and isn't currently seeing anyone.
After tying the knot on June 8, Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger jetted off to Lanai, Hawaii, for their honeymoon at a luxury resort. "They looked totally in love," a spy told People magazine after spotting the newlyweds on June 26. The duo had more to celebrate this month than just their recent nuptials: Chris turned 40 on June 21, and his new wife took to Instagram to publicly mark the occasion. "Happy birthday to my darling angel face! So beyond blessed to laugh with you, love you, go on adventures with you, kiss you and live this magical life with you. You make life joy filled! I love you so much! Happy happy!" Katherine captioned a collage of photos of herself and her hubby.
Dr. Phil McGraw accidentally spilled the beans on the date for Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's big second wedding in France — which they'd been keeping private after legally tying the knot in a ceremony officiated by an Elvis impersonator in Las Vegas following the 2019 Billboard Music Awards on May 1. After the former "Game of Thrones" star took to Instagram on June 22 to share a photo of herself and her hubby leaning in for a kiss in front of the Eiffel Tower, Dr. Phil commented, "Easy now! 1 week to go! Ha! See you at the wedding!"
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom plan to tie the knot before the end of the year, People magazine reported on June 26. "They are using a planner to finalize all the wedding details. Katy seems in charge, but Orlando is involved with the planning too," said the source. "They don't seem stressed about it though. It will be a fun celebration with family and friends." The actor proposed on Valentine's Day.
People magazine reported on June 24 that, according to a source, Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson "were not in a proper relationship" when he got caught cheating with Kylie Jenner's BFF, Jordyn Woods, in early 2019. "They had not been [together] for weeks. They didn't even spend Valentine's Day together, which was right before he messed around with Jordyn," the insider said of the reality star and the basketball player, who share a daughter, True. "But this doesn't mean that it was completely over for Khloe. It was very difficult for her to find out about Tristan and Jordyn. But this is what made her realize that Tristan would never change. … It was heartbreaking for her." Continued the source, "[Khloe] always hoped there was a way things could work out, because that's what she wanted for True. She wanted True to live with both her parents." But ultimately, Khloe "made a decision for herself that she needed to never go back to him." Adds the source, "She was very stressed out and angry with Tristan. It made her physically ill. She was not in a good place." According to another insider, "Tristan was doing everything he could after to get Khloe back. … He did ask her at one point to reconsider [moving out], but Khloe was too angry and disappointed with him." Adds the second source, "Now, she would never go back with Tristan. … She knows that he will never change."
During an interview with Sports Illustrated that hit the Internet on June 25, Jennifer Lopez detailed her electric first meeting with Alex Rodriguez in a tunnel at New York City's Shea Stadium back in 2005 — when she was married to third husband Marc Anthony and the baseball star was married to ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis. "We shook hands, and it was this weird electricity for, like, three seconds," said the singer-actress. "Three to five seconds of looking at somebody right in their eyes, and getting stuck." The duo reconnected in 2017, survived a slightly awkward first date — "I realized afterwards he was a little nervous, saying all this stuff you would never say on a first date," recalled J.Lo — and got engaged in March 2019. In the same article, A-Rod's former wife explained why they didn't work out: "He didn't have a chance to develop certain aspects of his adolescence and of his life, and I think marriage is another difficult institution," said Cynthia. "We met when he was 21. What can I say, it didn't work out. But I've always known a part of him that other people didn't. It's almost as if the person I knew, that I had a relationship with, is now the dominant personality."
During a June 21 chat with "Entertainment Tonight," Blake Shelton dished on persistent rumors that he and longtime love Gwen Stefani are secretly engaged. "First of all, the rumors stuff, I'm not gonna sit here and say that it makes me mad. It's funny. I've learned over the years just to take that for what it is," he said. "[If we] somehow are newsworthy enough that they have to make up stories about us just to have something to say, then I guess that's a good problem to have." He added of the current state of their romance, "We couldn't be happier, and we've never been doing better. … It just gets stronger every day, the bond [between us], and obviously, that's gotta lead somewhere." He went on to promise "ET" host Nancy O'Dell that "when it happens," he and Gwen "won't break the news" about their engagement "in any of the grocery store trash magazines" but rather with someone like her. He then gushed of his girlfriend, "She's never not been supportive or a cheerleader — just the most encouraging person I've ever had in my life, on any level. It's unbelievable how supportive she is. … Gwen's one of these people that I learn so much from because no matter what the situation is, she has a way of looking at something from every angle possible and understanding if there's turmoil or something going on, instead of just jumping to conclusions or reacting, it's, 'Well, here's why they may feel that way.' … I've learned a lot from her — to not be so reactive as I used to be. She's definitely helped to calm me down, for sure."
During an interview with The Times of London that hit the Internet on June 15, Jessie J said that she and her boyfriend, Channing Tatum, got photographed together for the first time "before our relationship was even a thing and that created such pressure." She went on to say of her beau, "We've needed time to get to know each other. We've just had our first holiday together, which was wonderful, but that's all I'm saying." She then added of what she looks for in a man, "I always look for a guy with a good sense of humor and good morals. And hygiene. A man who showers is very important."
On June 25, Reality Steve reported that Peter Weber dumped a serious girlfriend to compete for Hannah Brown's heart on Season 15 of "The Bachelorette." The mystery woman actually conducted a lengthy interview with the blogger about her relationship with "Peter the Pilot" but then asked that he refrain from publishing her comments because of the harsh blowback Sweet Leah singer Haley Stevens received after she spoke out publicly about her relationship with Jed Wyatt, who's also competing for Hannah's heart. According to Reality Steve, the woman's relationship with Pete "definitely coincided with when he found out he was on the show" and "wasn't casual." The pilot reportedly took her to Switzerland in November and then dumped her a few weeks later "out of the blue" when he found out he'd been cast on "The Bachelorette." An alleged friend of the mystery woman tweeted on June 24 that Pete "auditioned for this show while simultaneously dating one of my best friends. And begging her to move in with him."
Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner — who officially tied the knot in a small religious ceremony in upstate New York in October 2018 — celebrated their marriage for the second time with a big, multi-day, star-studded, Western-themed bash at the Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming, over the weekend of June 22. Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Princess Beatrice, Derek Blasberg and Diane von Furstenberg were all on hand for the A-list affair, which included horseback rides and fireworks. Noticeably absent? Karlie's former BFF Taylor Swift and Josh's White House-dwelling family members: brother Jared Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump.
La La Anthony celebrated her 36th birthday on June 25 while her husband, Carmelo Anthony, was photographed hanging out on a yacht off the coast of France with a swimsuit-clad mystery woman. (See the photos here.) The basketball star took to Instagram to wish his missus a happy birthday — "Some of the most beautiful things worth having in your life come wrapped in a crown. Your heart is full of love and affection. Your hands are always caring. I am lucky to have you as my wife. HAPPY BORN DAY QUEEN I LOVE YOU @lala," he captioned a photo of the "Power" actress — but the public profession of love wasn't enough to stop the yacht pics from igniting a new round of rumors that he's cheating on his wife of nearly a decade. (The duo separated in early 2017 amid reports that he'd been unfaithful, then reconciled in the summer of 2018.) On June 26, TMZ Sports published a video in which Carmelo denied that he and the mystery woman are an item, alleging that he's simply on a business retreat "on a boat with some friends" who are married. (He was in The City of Light to promote Jumpman during the Jordan Brand's activations as part of Paris Fashion Week.) "I'll address this one time and one time only, and I'm really only addressing it for my family," he said. "The only reason I'm addressing this is because this is affecting my family now. … Usually I won't address this but I had to address this — can't let this one slide."
Porsha Williams and Dennis McKinley have called off their engagement and ended their relationship, E! News reported on June 20. In late May, reports surfaced alleging that he'd been unfaithful with "WAGS Atlanta" star Sincerely Ward. Porsha and Dennis got engaged in late 2018 and welcomed a daughter, Pilar Jhena, in March.
Laverne Cox and her boyfriend of nearly two years, Kyle Draper, have called it quits, the "Orange Is the New Black" star revealed on Instagram on June 25. "@thekyledraper and I have broken up. After much soul searching and tears from both of us, we have decided it's time for us to go our separate ways," she captioned a video of them together in happier times. "We decided we should make a public statement since our relationship was public in ways neither of us anticipated. This is that public statement. We know our relationship meant so much to so many people, especially trans folks, giving them hope that this kind of love is possible for them as well. That hope, the hope for love has not waned for me in the face of this breakup but rather is fortified. Knowing that we are both capable of giving and receiving love with this level of kindness, respect, trust, affection, depth, and intensity has been so healing and life affirming for us both. I am so grateful we were open to love and for every moment we had together. We have both grown in innumerable ways as a result. Now its just time to move on separately. We both want a breakup that honors and respects the quality of our relationship and the love we shared. Its possible." The real estate agent, meanwhile, re-posted his ex's statement, adding, "@lavernecox and I have broken up, and she wrote the most beautiful statement that sums up our feelings perfectly."
Ryan Seacrest and a swimsuit-clad mystery woman packed on the PDA while taking a dip at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d'Antibes in the South of France on June 20 — four months after he and off-and-on love Shayna Taylor called it quits following nearly three years of coupledom. (Us Weekly published photos of Ryan and his new gal pal smooching, sunbathing and snapping pics together.)
During a June 25 chat with Us Weekly, Stassi Schroeder opened up about what it'll be like watching her ex-boyfriend, Jax Taylor, marry Brittany Cartwright at The Kentucky Castle in Versailles, Kentucky, on June 29: "I say this all the time, like, 'Oh my God.' It's so normal for me, but when I put myself back there eight years ago, I'm like, 'What the f—.' … But I mean, I'm so happy for them and I'm so excited," she said, adding that her "Vanderpump Rules" co-stars, who got engaged in mid-2018, are "feeling great" and have "no complaints" as they approach their wedding date. "I've watched him change so much over the years and really shift," Stassi added of her former love. "And he is just so ready. He is so thirsty for it. He's like on a deserted island just desperate for family life."
In other Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright nuptials news… E! News reported on June 21 that Lance Bass is officiating the "Vamderpump Rules" stars' wedding in the place of his pal Lisa Vanderpump, who stepped down from the position following her mother's death on June 17. "Lance Bass was asked to officiate the wedding due to Lisa having to fly back to the U.K. to deal with her family matters. Lisa has told Jax and Brittany that it's unlikely she will attend their wedding and arranged for Lance to fulfill the duties," said a source, adding that the singer is "really excited and gladly agreed to help everyone out," while Jax and Brittany feel "really fortunate and excited" that he's able to step in so "last minute."
On June 21, Us Weekly reported that the woman with whom Jim Edmonds cheated on wife Meghan King Edmonds in 2018 is Jennifer McFelia Villegas, who has a long history (of more than a decade) of romancing professional baseball players. According to Us, the "Baseball Madam" is so notorious, the MLB has been notified of her behavior with players in the past, and she's even been banned from certain baseball parks. One Us Weekly source said Jennifer "is not just a jersey chaser who is impressed by a potential big name athlete and wants to sleep with him" but rather has "a whole mastermind manipulation scheme" when it comes to wooing professional athletes. Another source said the mother of one "will find a way to get around players who like to go out and cling to the ones that converse with her." Yet another Us Weekly source — a former professional baseball player who dated Jennifer after she DMed him on Instagram in late 2016 — alleged that she harassed him after he ended their relationship, calling him non-stop and even contacting his current love. "It's an absolutely nightmare. To be honest with you, I wouldn't force my worst enemy to have to deal with that," he said. Meghan, meanwhile, told Us that she only blames her husband for the affair. "He made the choice to betray my trust and jeopardize our marriage," she said. "His recklessness also allowed this woman to profit from my heartbreak — but now that her name is out there, she won't be able to shake down any other families as I rebuild mine." On June 21, AllAboutTheTea.com published an exclusive statement from Jennifer denying that she's an extortionist and accusing Meghan of threatening her. "I want to make a few things very clear — I never set anyone up, blackmailed anyone nor have I attempted to ruin anyone's family. All my relationships have involved two consenting adults. I made a poor decision to enter a relationship with a married man, and for that I am sorry," she said. Jennifer then alleged that Meghan has been harassing her since September 2018.
Aziz Ansari and girlfriend Serena Skov Campbell are getting serious — they're even talking marriage. Page Six reported on June 24 that during a mid-June comedy set at Radio City Music Hall, the "Parks and Recreation" alum opened up about their relationship, admitting that he recently took the Danish physics doctoral student to India to meet his grandmother, who has Alzheimer's disease. He also described the racism they've faced as a couple. Recalled an audience member, "He said he and Serena were walking in the West Village when a guy told her, 'You must get a lot of free taxi rides.' Serena said, 'I pay half my share!' But Aziz told her, 'You missed the point, he was being racist,' and she joked, 'Well then, he should have said: I bet you get a lot of free medical checkups!' Aziz thought it was sweet that she tried to defend them." It's unclear when exactly the funnyman and the PhD candidate — who was publicly identified in September 2018 — first started dating.
Tessa Thompson fueled rumors that she and English songwriter Blood Orange (Dev Hynes) are a couple with a casual (but stylish!) outing in Paris on June 25. The pair were first romantically linked in January.
On June 24, a judge ordered Natalie Maines to cut a check for $150K to cover legal fees for her estranged husband, Adrian Pasdar, as part of their ongoing divorce battle. According to The Blast, the actor originally sought $350K to cover his legal fees and was awarded $200K in April. The judge has yet to rule on spousal support or child support, which Adrian is also seeking.
On the June 24 episode of her "Whine Down" podcast, Jana Kramer and her husband, Mike Caussin, revealed that they recently slept in separate bedrooms after getting into a major "blowup" on their second night in their new home in Nashville. "It was rough," said the former professional football player. "It's been a long time since it got like that, you know? And that was really hard. … Both of us were heartbroken this morning over it." He then paid a major compliment to his missus: "I commend you and appreciate you and your ability to meet me in a good place when I got home today," he said. "It was just so sad, but Nashville just holds a lot of energy, so we're trying to bring a new energy," chimed in Jana. "It's just very hard because — like my therapist said … grieving isn't a straight line. It's kind of like a corkscrew. And you kind of go in and out of the corkscrew. And it's hard — especially coming back to the place of the explosion." Mike then acknowledged that in the future, he needs to do a better job of listening to his wife. "My defense is to attack back — that is just how I've been my whole life," he said. "When I feel attacked, I attack back and I attack harder."
During an interview with the Mirror that hit the Internet on June 22, Alice Cooper revealed that he and his wife of more than four decades, Sheryl Goddard, are so deeply in love, they "made a pact" that when the time comes, they'll die together because "there is no way of surviving without each other." Said the shock rocker, "I couldn't live without her. We always said there will never be a time when one of us will be mourning the other. Whenever it does happen, we are going to go together." Gushed the singer, "I've been married 43 years to the greatest girl in the world. We have never cheated on each other." He added of the dancer, "She dances better now than she did in 1975. You would think people would want to get away from the wives but she is my best friend. And there is no way of surviving without each other."
Taylour Paige took to Instagram in late June to call her boyfriend of just a few months, Jesse Williams, her soulmate. "Finally after lifetimes and lifetimes and lifetimes and lifetimes x a zillion my soul found the other half of my soul that split off and out to learn and grow through contrast and clarity and perspective and appreciation. My familiar stranger. 👑 now I can see!!!" she captioned a photo of them together.
On the June 24 episode of "RuPaul," Adam Lambert revealed that he met his boyfriend, model Javi Costa Polo, on Instagram. "I think after this much time, I'm a pretty good judge of character," he said of meeting his beau online. "Every once in a while, I screw up, but I'm cautious. I take time. We were texting for a while, and then we went on a proper date — and it was lovely. It was just a good vibe right from jump, and it felt instant." He added of why he decided to go public with their romance back in March, "We're in the social media age, which is just like everything is bound to be out, and I think the more you keep things a secret, the more salacious it is when it does come out. So I just kind of wanted to say, 'This is my boo. We're in love. We're happy. Thanks.' And that's that!" The singer also told RuPaul how his relationship inspired his new single, "Comin In Hot." Said Adam, "This guy makes me feel romantic, and I wanted to sing a pretty song about love." The music video for "Comin In Hot" — in which Javi appears — debuted on June 25.
Carly Craig married her boyfriend of three years, TV producer Zachary Reiter, at Cielo Farms in Malibu on June 23. According to People magazine, the "American Housewife" star donned a Rita Vinieris gown, Badgley Mischka shoes and a Laura Basci veil while tying the knot in front of 70 guests, including Chrissy Metz and Mandy Moore, whose father is married to Carly's mother. The happy couple reportedly met on Tinder in 2016 while Carly was doing research for her YouTube series about online dating, "Sideswiped."
Page Six reported on June 25 that Reeve Carney is dating his married "Hadestown" co-star Eva Noblezada. According to the gossip column, the pair were seen packing on the PDA at a SAG-AFTRA party for the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising in New York City on June 24. "Reeve was kissing her neck," said a spy. "They're clearly romantically involved." The Tony-nominated actress married British actor Leo Roberts in November 2017, but according to Page Six, they separated "about six months ago." Said a rep for the hit Broadway show, "Reeve and Eva are starring in one of the greatest love stories ever told on Broadway, but how [their characters] Orpheus and Eurydice spend their time offstage is not for us to say."
The Sun reported on June 22 that, according to a source, "The Great British Bake Off" personality Paul Hollywood is expected to settle his divorce from his estranged wife, Alex, in eight weeks. He's expected to fork over half of his $13.4 million fortune to his ex, who is also expected to hold onto their $3 million marital home. Paul reportedly earned $11.6 million in 2018 and just signed a $2.5 million two-year deal to continue serving as a judge on the hit reality show. "Alex's lawyers have been forensically poring over these latest accounts. After weeks of stand-off and wrangling, things are drawing to a close," a source told the British tabloid. Paul and Alex separated in 2017 after nearly two decades of marriage. She filed for divorce in August 2018, citing adultery as the reason for the split. Paul has denied cheating on his wife with his current girlfriend, 24-year-old former bartender and equestrian Summer Monteys-Fullam, though he fessed up to a previous affair back in 2014. In her court documents, Alex did not name the woman with whom her husband had been unfaithful.
YouTubers Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau, who first sparked romance rumors in April, purportedly got engaged as they celebrated her 21st birthday in Las Vegas on June 23. After Jake took the stage at Drai's nightclub, he called up Tana to join him, dropped down on one knee and popped the question with a Ring Pop and a three-tier cake reading, "Will you marry me, Tana?" (Jake also forked over a real engagement ring, which Tana later showed off on social media.) "JAKE JUST PROPOSED," Tana tweeted in the wee hours of June 24. "I'm……. engaged………………," she added in a second tweet. It's unclear, however, if the proposal was the real deal or just a publicity stunt for the pair. The same day Tana tweeted about getting engaged, MTV dropped a trailer for her new reality show, "Tana Turns 21," which ends with her passionlessly pecking Jake and informing him that she was just telling some friends "how we are falling in love." When one pal tweeted at Tana asking if the proposal was a joke, the blonde beauty replied, "it's not. i'm engaged." Tana's ex-girlfriend, Bella Thorne, also took to social media to address the purported engagement. "Jake needs to sign a prenup," she tweeted along with several angry emojis on June 24. She then posted a slideshow of two photos of herself crying on Instagram, along with the caption, "When ur ex gets engaged."
Jackson Guthy sparked rumors that he and Olivia Jade had reconciled when he took to his Instagram Story on June 23 to share a Boomerang video of himself pecking the scandalized former influencer on the cheek. But the following day, Us Weekly reported that, according to a source, they're not back together: "Olivia and Jackson both love the media attention and love to keep people speculating about their relationship. It's what they're going for," an insider said of the eyebrow-raising smooch. The duo called it quits in May after Olivia's parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, were charged with paying bribes to get her into the University of Southern California. She and the singer, who run in the same social circles, have remained friendly since ending their romantic relationship.
During an interview with Page Six that hit the Internet on June 26, Ivana Trump described herself as "once again a single woman" after her relationship with her ex-husband, Rossano Rubicondi, "just ran its course." (The duo married in 2008 after six years of coupledom, divorced in 2009 and dated other people before eventually reuniting — though they never remarried.) "Rossano spends a lot of time in Italy and I spend a lot of time in New York, Miami and St. Tropez, and he has to work," she said. "The long-distance relationship really doesn't work. We had a good time and are friends. The split was amicable." Added the former model, "I don't want to get married again. … I'm done. You get married because you want a family. I have three kids and grandkids. I just want to be free and go where I want to go with whoever I want. I want to be a free woman. … I don't want to date. I like to have companions, and I have plenty of men who take me for lunches and dinners and balls or charity events. I don't want to be attached. … I have the freedom to do what I want, with whomever I want to, and I can afford my lifestyle." When reached for comment, Rossano told Page Six, "Think whatever you want to think. … Ivana is always family for me. … [She has a] good heart … we are super close. I have good respect for her."
On June 25 — a week after Page Six reported that Chris Brown and Indyamarie Jean Pelton called it quits in the wake of news that he's expecting a child with ex-girlfriend Ammika Harris — the New York Post's gossip column reported that the model has moved on with rising rap star Megan Thee Stallion. The duo reportedly appeared cozy together at the Pretty Little Thing BET Awards pre-party on June 19. They've also recently upped their flirtation on social media. "They've been posting thirsty comments lately on social media," pointed out one Page Six insider. Breezy and Indyamarie were first linked in late April.
Christina Anstead and her husband, Ant Anstead, took to Instagram on June 22 to publicly celebrate reaching the six-month mark in their marriage. "Six months of marriage with you and look at where life has already taken us. Baby on the way, amazing career opportunities, travel adventures. Manifesting those vision board goals with you is a dream. @ant_anstead love you and love this life with you," the HGTV star captioned a photo of herself and her hubby from their wedding day. "Woah!! 😳 six months ago today!! Time is flying by really fast! And we have done SO MUCH already! Very proud of this special lady! My WIFE," the British car expert captioned another shot from their December nuptials.
Meanwhile, Jill Duggar Dillard took to Instagram on June 25 to share how she and her husband, Derick Dillard, celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary in Missouri with dinner, a concert, desserts in bed, a showing of "Toy Story 4" and a game involving a copy of "The Little Black Book of Kama Sutra." The mother of two captioned a slideshow of photos, "We had a wonderful 5yr. anniversary weekend in Branson, MO! We stayed at a bed and breakfast, then hung out at Silver Dollar City part of the time and saw our friends @southernraisedbandmusic perform. … Derick surprised me with an amazing dinner." She went on to thank The Dating Divas for giving her "lots of fun, clean, date/marriage tips and ideas" for activities for her and her hubby. Concluded the former "19 Kids and Counting" star, "We ended our trip with a fun afternoon at the movies watching #toystory4 lol."
In other anniversary news… Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban took to Instagram on June 25 to mark their 13th wedding anniversary. "Thirteen years of magic, music, romance, wild adventures, and the ongoing discovery of pure love. Happy Anniversary Babygirl," the country crooner captioned a photo of himself hugging his missus. "…love ❤️ Happy Anniversary Baby," the Oscar-winning actress captioned a photo of her hubby pecking her on the forehead.
On the June 24 episode of "The Talk," Chelsea Handler said that she's finally ready to find love. "I have changed my mind about being open to relationships because I thought I was tough for a really long time, and what I learned through therapy is that being really tough is actually being vulnerable and being able to admit that you want to be in a relationship," she said. "I thought I would sound weak if I said that. And listen: I have a pretty good life, so I'm happy if I don't find a relationship, but I would love to find somebody to love."
Page Six reported on June 21 that Venus Williams and Nicky Hammond, who's 12 years the tennis star's junior, recently called it quits after two years of extremely under-the-radar coupledom. "It's not because they don't love each other, they do. They are still friends," said a source who pinned the breakup on the fact that Venus is looking to get married and have kids, while her ex isn't ready to settle down just yet. Another insider, however, told Page Six that the relationship simply "ran its course" and that the split had nothing to do with Venus's desire to start a family.
Olympic figure skater Meryl Davis married her love of nearly a decade, figure skater and ice dancer Fedor Andreev, in a garden at Le Mas des Poiriers, an 18th-century farmhouse on an island in Provence, France, on June 22. According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding pics, 95 guests — including the bride's longtime skating partner, Charlie White — were on hand for the nuptials, during which the former "Dancing With the Stars" champ donned a Monique Lhuillier gown.