Kim Kardashian wears three different maternity outfits in one day, Prince William plans to leave the Royal Air Force, and Today show anchor Jenna Wolfe comes out as gay: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Wednesday, March 27 in the roundup!
Which maternity look is best? Kim Kardashian had a full day of interviews in NYC on Tuesday, March 26 to promote her new film Temptation, which meant a lot of wardrobe changes for the pregnant star. Kardashian changed up her look three times on Tuesday. The 32-year-old reality star, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Kanye West, started her day by styling a Valentino top, Ferragamo skirt and Christian Louboutin heels to Good Morning America.
Prince William has handed in his pink slip. The heir to the British throne, 30, has submitted his formal notice with the Search and Rescue Force at Royal Air Force Valley in Anglesey, Wales, a military source confirms exclusively to Us Weekly. The helicopter pilot's current tour with the RAF concludes this summer. "William is ready to take on new challenges - as a royal and within the armed forces," the insider explains.
Hayden Panettiere and boxer Wladimir Klitschko are going the distance during round 2! The Nashville star, who reconciled with her Ukrainian boyfriend in January, is now planning their wedding, a source tells Us Weekly. "Very few people know, and she isn't wearing her ring publicly yet," adds the friend of the duo, who first parted ways in May 2011 after two years of dating.
As a weekend anchor on the Today show, Jenna Wolfe has made a living reporting news from all around the world. But on the morning of Wednesday, March 27, she wasn't just telling the story -- she was the story. In a special appearance on Today and, later, in a blog on the show's website, the 39-year-old NBC correspondent came out as gay and announced that she and her girlfriend, fellow NBC journalist Stephanie Gosk, are expecting a daughter at the end of August.
What's happening in Matt Lauer's neck of the woods on the set of Today? Eight months after Ann Curry's messy departure, the NBC morning show struggles to regroup and tweak its format. Following Curry's June 28 exit, NBC executives hand-picked three female producers to oversee the show and hopefully fix its ratings problem. Lauer, who makes a reported $25 million a year on the show, quickly nixed the plan, one source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands Friday.