Prince William Goes Back to School, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones Reunite: Top 5 Stories

Celebrity News Dec. 30, 2013 AT 9:05PM
Prince William and Michael Douglas Prince William returns to school and Michael Douglas reunites with his estranged wife Catherine Zeta-Jones in Us Weekly's top stories. Credit: Samir Hussein/WireImage; Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Prince William goes back to school to study agricultural management at Cambridge University, and Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones reunited four months after announcing their split. See Us Weekly's top stories:

1. Prince William Going Back to School in 2014, Studying Agricultural Management at Cambridge University

Meet the newest, most famous student at Cambridge University! Prince William is set to go back to school for 10 weeks in 2014, Kensington Palace announced on Monday, Dec. 30.

2. Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones Photographed Together for First Time Since Separation

Happy holidays, indeed! Four months after announcing their separation, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas reunited for a fun family outing with their kids Dylan, 13, and Carys, 10.

3. Rachel Zoe Looks Slim, Chic One Week After Giving Birth to Baby Boy Kaius: Picture

It's hard to believe she just gave birth! Rachel Zoe looked as slim and as chic as ever while brunching at L.A.'s Bel Air Hotel on Sunday, Dec. 29 -- just one week after she and husband Rodger Berman welcomed their second son, baby boy Kaius.

4. Brody Jenner on Past Relationship With Kris Jenner: "Tension Was Real," Says Reality Star

Family feud, over. Brody Jenner is on much better terms with Kris Jenner, although this was not always the case, the reality star recently revealed.

5. Beyonce Criticized for Sampling Audio From Challenger Disaster on New Album

Beyonce's surprise visual album is a hit with critics and fans alike -- but one song is stirring up controversy among an unlikely group. "XO," about a troubled relationship, has been criticized as "insensitive" by some current and former NASA employees, who are unhappy with the superstar's use of audio from the Challenger disaster of 1986.

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