British David Beckham, 29, and his wife, Victoria, 30, the pop singer formerly known as Posh Spice, are expecting their third child in March. "We are both absolutely delighted," they said in a statement. The couple, who wed in 1999, have two sons, Brooklyn, 5, and Romeo, 2.
It's a boy for former Frasier star Kelsey Grammer, 49, and his wife of seven years, Camille, 36. Son Jude Gordon was born to a surrogate mother in Sacramento Aug. 28. The couple's daughter Mason is 2....
The Mummy's Brendan Fraser, 35, and his wife of five years, Afton, 37, an actress, welcomed their second child, son Holden Fletcher, in Los Angeles Aug. 16. Their son Griffin will be 2 this month....
Soledad O'Brien, 37, coanchor of CNN's American Morning, and her husband, investment banker Brad Raymond, 38, welcomed twin boys Charlie and Jackson Aug. 30 in New York City. The tots join their big sisters Sofia, 3, and Cecilia, 2.
Oscar winner Charlize Theron, 29, was injured Aug. 31 while shooting Aeon Flux in Berlin. Filming has been halted for several weeks. Theron's rep said the actress has not been hospitalized but did not release details of the injury, which reportedly occurred during an action sequence....
X-Men star Patrick Stewart. 64, had a successful angioplasty procedure to widen an artery Aug. 23 in L.A., the same day that an annual checkup uncovered a blood-flow problem. The British actor soon returned to work on his upcoming film The Game of Their Lives....
Actor Gerald McRaney, 57, had surgery to remove a cancerous tumor from his lung Aug. 30 in Houston. The longtime smoker was expected to return to Los Angeles soon to begin work on his upcoming WB sitcom Commando Nanny.
Actress Rosario Dawson (Shattered Glass), 25, was charged with disorderly conduct Aug. 29 in Manhattan after she was arrested during a protest related to the Republican National Convention. The actress was actually filming a protest scene for the upcoming drama The Revolution, according to her rep, who added, "This is a simple misunderstanding that will be remedied as soon as possible."
Swiss-born psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, 78, whose groundbreaking 1969 book On Death and Dying revolutionized the way Americans think about the end of life, died of natural causes Aug. 24 in Scottsdale, Ariz. Kübler-Ross, whose work helped inspire the hospice movement, first explored the five stages of grief: denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.