, 37, and husband Dean McDermott, 44, are adding a third child to the family this fall. Married since 2006, the couple have son Liam, 4, and daughter Stella, 2. • Kimberly Stewart, 31, is expecting her first child with Oscar winner Benicio Del Toro, 45. Although Stewart, the daughter of Rod Stewart, 66, and Del Toro are not a couple, "Benicio is the father and is very supportive," says his rep. "They are looking forward to the arrival of the baby." • Kody Brown, 43, the patriarch of the polygamous family on TLC's reality show Sister Wives, and his fourth and newest wife Robyn Brown, 31, are having a baby in October. This will be the fourth child for Robyn, who has three children from a previous marriage, and the 17th child for the fundamentalist Mormon family, which includes Kody's three other wives Janelle, 41, Christine, 39, and his only legal wife, Meri, 40. "I'm overjoyed," says Kody. "This connects Robyn and I together in a way that nobody can take away." The couple were married last year. • Tina Fey, 40, is having a second child with her husband, composer Jeff Richmond, 50. The 30 Rock star, who is mom to daughter Alice, 5, agonized over having a second baby and the effect it would have on her career. In her new memoir Bossypants, the funnylady writes that she decided to go for baby No. 2 when she realized, "Work won't visit you when you're old. Work won't drive you to get a mammogram and take you out after for soup."
Mariska Hargitay, 47, and her husband, actor Peter Hermann, 43, announced they have adopted a baby girl. Amaya Josephine was born in late March of this year and is from the United Sates. "I'm deliriously happy," gushes the Law & Order: SVU star. Amaya joins big brother August, 4. "We are very excited that we are now a multiracial family." • Sopranos alum Drea de Matteo, 39, and her rocker fiancé, Shooter Jennings, 31, welcomed their second child, Waylon Albert, "Blackjack" Jennings, on April 7. Baby Blackjack joins big sister Alabama Gypsy Rose, 3.
Accused kidnapper and rapist Phillip Garrido, 60, pleaded not guilty to kidnapping Jaycee Dugard, 30, during an April 7 hearing. The case had been delayed because of questions over whether Garrido was mentally competent. Garrido allegedly held Dugard captive for nearly two decades and fathered her two daughters, now 13 and 16. He and wife Nancy, 55, face 18 charges that include kidnapping and sexual assault in the 1991 abduction. Nancy Garrido also pleaded not guilty to the charges. A trial date of Aug. 1 has been set.
WINKLEVOSSES LOSE APPEAL
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss (left), 29, the twin brothers who claimed Mark Zuckerberg (below), 26, stole their idea in creating the social network that became Facebook, lost their battle in court April 11 for further shares in the company—now estimated to be worth more than $50 billion. In 2008 they settled their case for $65 million. "The courts might have obliged had [they] not settled their dispute and signed a release of all claims against Facebook," said the judge.