Kate Middleton and Cressida Bonas may not have a lot in common, but they both certainly know how to land a prince, and Kate Hudson might not lose her guy after all — plus other top stories from Friday, Mar. 14!
Future royal sisters-in-law? Kate Middleton and Cressida Bonas may not have a lot in common, but they both certainly know how to land a prince. Prince Harry's girlfriend of two years has quickly left her normal life behind and may very well be following in the Duchess of Cambridge's footsteps.
Kate Hudson might not lose her guy after all. The Malibu-based actress and Londoner Matthew Bellamy — who were having relationship problems and rethinking their three-year engagement in February because of distance, according to sources — are back on. For now.
Bob Mackie has opened up about not designing the costumes for Cher's latest tour. The legendary designer tells Us Weekly, "Nobody wanted to design this last tour more than I did! I am sick about it. My professional and business commitments were just too great. There simply was not enough time to give this wonderful project the proper amount of care and attention it deserves. After all these years of collaborating, it is like turning down your own little sister, and how many guys have a little sister like Cher."
Kristin Cavallari and Jenny McCarthy have something in common: Both blondes believe there's a link between vaccines and autism. Appearing on the Fox Business show The Independents on Thursday, March 13, the pregnant former Hills star — mom to son Camden, 18 months, with another baby boy on the way — said she and husband Jay Cutler had chosen to not vaccinate their kids.
Counting down the days! Pregnant Kendra Wilkinson was simply glowing while showing off her big baby bump in Beverly Hills on Thursday, March 13. The former Playboy model dressed in a '70s-inspired blue maxi dress as she attended Alessandra Ambrosio's "Ale by Alessandra" clothing line event at Planet Blue.
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