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The Oscar winner said not tying the knot is "innately my truth."
Country music singers Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd have announced they’re expecting a baby boy in 2020.
The interview took place before she and husband Justin Timberlake crossed paths.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, stepped out Tuesday night for the One Young World Summit in London, days after the ITV documentary “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey” aired.
The musical mashup may have surprised fans, but the two stars have been pals for years.
Tualatin police said they received a call about a car that was not moving and when officers arrived, they found Thomas in the car.
Loughlin was one of the dozens of people charged in March in connection with the multimillion-dollar college admissions scheme.
Full of vintage treasures and family photos, Tamera Mowry-Housley's home is an idyllic place just an hour from the vineyard she and her husband operate.
Their wedding anniversary recently passed, though they needed a reminder.
No word on whether their co-star George Clooney is likely to make an appearance.
"Charlie Wolf" definitely isn't the most common name out there, but two Hollywood celebs have named their kids the unlikely moniker in the last two years.
Second grade math isn’t so easy for the star, who explained that she stopped going to “real” school in the third grade.
This is what it sounds like when your kids don't want to listen to Prince.
"Midway" star Dennis Quaid, who's been married three times previously, has proposed to girlfriend Laura Savoie in Hawaii.
When your mom is a morning show anchor, you get to meet some pretty cool characters.
Sharon Stone is more comfortable in her skin than ever.
The pair posted a silly photo with the "Halloween Horror Nights" staff at Universal Studios in Los Angeles.
The Oscar-winning actress walked down the aisle in Rhode Island Saturday.
The "Pretty Little Liars" star just welcomed her first child with her boyfriend, Matte Babel.
The Duke of Sussex acknowledged that he and Prince William are on "different paths" but said the majority of tabloid rumors about a rift are "created out of nothing."
"It would be an amazing place for us to be able to base ourselves," Prince Harry said of moving to Cape Town, South Africa.