Zooey Deschanel is pregnant again! The actress and her producer husband, Jacob Pechenik, already have one child together, 1-year-old Elsie Otter Pechenik. Zooey has already informed her "New Girl" co-stars and other crew members. The couple is fiercely private about their family life, so don't expect them to comment about baby No. 2 anytime soon.
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Margot Robbie is a married woman! The Australian actress and English director Tom Ackerley got hitched in a very private ceremony in her native country's Byron Bay. Margot's mom reportedly gave her away. Margot confirmed the news on Instagram on Dec. 19, 2016, posting a photo of her and Tom kissing while flashing her ring to the camera.
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You've heard it before, but Prince Harry really might finally have found "The One." This time, it's different. It was reported this past week that the lovable prince is very serious with "Suits" actress Meghan Markle. Several of Harry's friends think he and Meghan might actually get engaged sometime in 2017. He's already got someone really powerful rooting for him too: Queen Elizabeth II, his grandmother. "[The queen] is delighted to see Harry in a loving relationship," a source told Us Weekly, adding that Her Majesty is "fully supportive" of the romance. "I can see them engaged by the spring. He's head over heels," the source said.
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Vin Diesel gave one of the more uncomfortable interviews of the year when he began showering a female journalist with compliments about her appearance during the chat, repeatedly calling her "beautiful" and "sexy." He was supposed to be promoting his film "xXx: Return of Xander Cage" during the interview with Brazilian YouTube star Carol Moreira. "God, you're so beautiful. God she's so beautiful," he said, interrupting himself in the middle an answer. He then turned to the people behind the scenes of the interview, saying, "Am I right or wrong? I mean look at her. How am I supposed to do this interview? Look at this woman. She's so beautiful. Talk to me, baby. Tell me your story. Let's get out of here. Let's go have lunch." Later, he continued the uncomfortable gushing, saying, "Guys, really? Look how beautiful she is. You guys think this is a joke. How am I supposed to sit here when I'm looking at such beauty? She's so beautiful. I'm in love. I'm in love with the interviewer!" He then said he couldn't do the interview because of how "sexy" Carol was.
It's a boy!
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are going to be the proud parents of another boy. Tori confirmed the news to E!, saying, "Well, it's a tie-breaker, boys win! We're just going to have to have one more then." The family found out during a family gender reveal. Before her confirmation to E!, several news outlets reported that the couple's fifth child was a boy. One thing they don't know yet is the baby's name. "The couple have not chosen a name yet, saying they want to wait and see what the baby looks like before tagging it with a moniker," a source told the Daily Mail. "But she had been talking about including her father's name, Aaron, as part of the baby's name."
The roller coaster that is Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna's relationship didn't stop this week. After their split the weekend before Christmas 2016, the two fought on social media, with Rob pining to see their daughter, Dream. Chyna told him to "stop it." He then apologized to Chyna, saying he was "seeking help" and that he still loved her. The next day, the typically reputable People magazine claimed his family members are urging him to break things off. A source said that Kris Jenner and the Kardashian sisters "don't support the relationship." It was also revealed that Chyna is not on the guest list for Kris' annual Christmas party, set for this weekend. "Rob's family is over Chyna," says the source. "She is not invited to Kris' holiday party… Rob's family is trying to distance themselves from Chyna. They can't stand the toxic relationship." Reports claim that the two are back together again. It's hard keeping up with Rob and Chyna.
Bella Thorne and musician Charlie Puth had a fling that started — and ended — this past week. It was all very dramatic. The two packed on the PDA in Miami and seemed to be in the honeymoon stage. Then, Charlie read that Bella was still with Tyler Posey, so he apologized publicly on Twitter to Tyler and said he was ending it with Bella. "I don't know Tyler personally, but I know he shouldn't be treated this way," he wrote. Bella also took to Twitter, writing, "Ty and I have been broken up for like over two weeks and charlie and I ARENT DATING we are friends."
Bad choice of words
Lena Dunham really should have thought before she spoke. The actress faced online backlash this week when she added abortion to her "wish" list during her podcast. In relaying a story about a long-ago meeting at a Planned Parenthood Clinic in Texas, she said, "Now I can say that I still haven't had an abortion, but I wish I had." The internet was appalled at her comments and let her know it. She later apologized, saying, "I truly hope a distasteful joke on my part won't diminish the amazing work of all the women who participated [in my podcast episode]… I would never, ever intentionally trivialize the emotional and physical challenges of terminating a pregnancy."
Zsa Zsa Gabor passed away on Dec. 18, 2016, at the age of 99. She reportedly suffered a heart attack. Often referred to as the Kim Kardashian of her generation, Zsa Zsa was a socialite in Beverly Hills for decades, though she also starred in dozens of films and TV shows (often playing herself). She had been battling health issues for years prior to her death. She was also famous for her many marriages: She was wed nine times, most recently to her widow, Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt.