Horrible Bosses star Jason Bateman and his wife of 10 years, actress Amanda Anka, both 43, welcomed daughter Maple Sylvie in Los Angeles Feb. 10. The new arrival joins sister Francesca Nora, 5.
Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden (Pollock), 52, has filed for a divorce from filmmaker Thaddaeus Scheel, 47, after 15 years of marriage. The couple are parents to twins Hudson and Julitta Dee, 7, and Eulala, 13.
Bethenny Frankel, 41, formerly of The Real Housewives of New York City, said on the Today show Feb. 20 that she recently lost a baby in the eighth week of pregnancy. Though saddened, the star of Bravo's Bethenny Ever After, who has a 21-month-old daughter, Bryn, with husband Jason Hoppy, 40, a sales exec, said she's grateful for what she already has: "Thinking about women who can't have their own baby, even the first baby, I'm really lucky."
Pierre Casiraghi, 24, son of Monaco's Princess Caroline, was hospitalized after a bloody brawl at a New York City nightclub Feb. 19. He had reportedly clashed with former club owner Adam Hock, who was charged with assault for the alleged attacks on the royal and his entourage. Hock, who claims he acted in self-defense, is due back in court March 29. Prince Johan Friso, 43, the son of Dutch Queen Beatrix, is in intensive care at an Austrian hospital after being buried under snow in a Feb. 17 accident. He had been skiing unmarked trails in Austria's Lech resort when an avalanche hit. "His life is still in danger, but he had a calm and stable night," a government rep said in a statement.
R&B star Robin Thicke (inset), 34, was arrested Feb. 17 in New York City for marijuana possession after he was seen smoking in a car. The singer, who is married to actress Paula Patton, 36, was released later that day. His reps declined to comment.
Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Gary Carter, nicknamed "Kid" for his fun-loving spirit on the field, succumbed to brain cancer at 57 in West Palm Beach, Fla., Feb. 16. A catcher for the Montreal Expos and New York Mets, the two-time All-Star Game MVP played a central role in the Mets' World Series championship in 1986.
NICK'S HEALTH STRUGGLE
Nick Cannon, 31, has left his daily radio show Rollin' with Nick Cannon after being hospitalized twice in the last two months. First he was treated for mild kidney failure in early January. Then in February doctors discovered that he had blood clots in his lungs and an enlarged ventricle on the right side of his heart. "The doctors ... said if I don't slow down and stop working so hard then it's a wrap!" the America's Got Talent host tweeted Feb. 17, the day he attended auditions. Married nearly four years to singer Mariah Carey, 42, and dad to 9-month-old twins Moroccan and Monroe, Cannon is determined to recover for his family. Says Rollin' producer Greg Overhuls: "His kids are a No. 1 priority."