Robin Thicke is making it clear that he is not giving up on his marriage to estranged wife Paula Patton.
Thicke, the 36-year-old singer, is speaking up about his intentions for the future with Patton, the 38-year-old actress. The pair announced their split Monday after over 20 years together, but Thicke insists he is not walking away easily.
"I'm just trying to get her back, man," he told TMZ Thursday. more >>
Allison Williams is engaged to longtime boyfriend Ricky Van Veen, as confirmed by the actress' rep this week.
The "Girls" actress and Van Veen have been dating for three years after meeting through mutual friends, and their engagement was confirmed by People.com. However, Williams' fans are left wondering: who is Ricky Van Veen?
Van Veen is the co-founder of CollegeHumor, a popular comedy website which he created as a student at Wake Forest University in North Carolina. Today, the entrepreneur is also the CEO of Notional, a television production company born out of the comedy website. Van Veen, who is believed to be 32 or 33, is also one of the principal owners and founders of Connected Ventures, another offshoot of CollegeHumor that included BustedTees and Vimeo, according to The New Yorker. more >>
Dean McDermott finished a stint in rehab and is back home with his wife Tori Spelling and their children, according to reports this week.
The 47-year-old reality television star entered a rehab facility last month amidst explosive reports that suggested he had cheated on Spelling, his wife of seven years, during a trip to Canada in December. Although the couple remain tight-lipped about the status of their marriage, McDermott was spotted back home in Los Angeles where he lives with Spelling and their four children, according to Us Weekly.
However, McDermott may not be moving back in completely just yet. He was photographed carrying several items from the house to his car, including car seats and clothing items, while his daughter Stella, 5, wore a backpack. more >>
Arlene Pellicane is the author of "31 Days to a Happy Husband," and "31 Days to a Younger You." Now she has written "31 Days to Becoming a Happy Wife." Pellicane took time to speak with The Christian Post about her new book and what it means to be a truly happy wife.
CP: You write a key word in the title of your book is "becoming." Why is this such an important word?
Arlene Pellicane: Becoming is a word of hope. It means you don't have to be born with a sunny disposition or receive a huge inheritance to find happiness. It means you can become happier starting right where you are. Happiness is a process, a skill that can be learned and practiced. You can become something you aren't currently and that's good news. You can make many positive changes in just 31 days because becoming something is a process. more >>
Phil Robertson, patriarch of the Robertson family on the "Duck Dynasty" reality show, offered his opinion on his son's marriage and sex life on the Wednesday night airing of the show on the A&E network.
In the sixth episode of season five, Phil's youngest son, Jep, contacts his father to help him with a home improvement project. Jep tells Phil that he wants to be sure to complete the project correctly in order to please his wife. In return, Jep hopes his wife, Jessica, will give him some "pat-pat."
"When you've got a wife as hot as mine, you've got to keep her happy and then some," Jep tells the camera. When attempting to convince Phil to help build a front walk for his home, Jep tells his father: "We don't know what we're doing … I'm just trying to get a little pat-pat." more >>
Princess Madeleine and her husband Christopher O'Neill welcomed the newest member of the Swedish royal family on Thursday, Feb. 20.
The proud new parents live in New York City where the child was delivered at 10:41 p.m. local time, according to a statement from the family.
"The Office of the Marshal of the Realm is delighted to announce that H.R.H Princess Madeleine gave birth to a daughter," the statement read, according to People.com. "Both mother and child are in good health." more >>