Prince George Arrives at Baptism, Kanye West Video of Kim Kardashian Proposal: Top 5 Thursday Stories
Prince George arrived for his royal baptism with Kate Middleton and Prince William at St. James' Palace in London, and video of Kanye West's epic proposal to Kim Kardashian emerged: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Oct. 23 in the roundup!
Baby Prince George's big day! Proud parents Kate Middleton and Prince William were seen arriving with 3-month-old son Prince George at St. James' Palace in London with big smiles on Wednesday, Oct. 23. As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 31, pulled up in a dark blue sedan and made their way inside the courtyard, a tiny cry could be heard from the guest of honor.
Talk about pulling out all the stops! Video has emerged of Kanye West's over-the-top surprise birthday proposal to Kim Kardashian -- including the actual moment the Yeezus rapper got down on bended knee to ask the mother of his daughter North for her hand in marriage!
Like father, like son! Throwback Thursday comes a day early to mark the royal christening of 3-month-old baby Prince George-- with flashback pictures from his dad Prince William's special moment in 1982, where proud parents Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana looked on. Lady Di marked the occasion of William's christening in a floral pink and white printed dress and a pink hat.
Maybe the third time's the charm? After breaking up back in 2007 and reuniting in 2012, Minka Kelly and boyfriend Chris Evans have split for a second time, sources reveal in the new issue of Us Weekly.
Sounds like a plotline plucked right out of Smash! Katharine McPhee was spotted kissing and making out with Michael Morris, her director on defunct NBC musical drama Smash, as attested in surprising new photos taken in L.A. over the weekend. The rub? Both McPhee and Morris are married to other people. McPhee, 29, wed producer Nick Cokas, 47, back in 2007. Morris and In Plain Sight actress Mary McCormack have been married for a decade and share three young daughters together.