Tennis champions Andre Agassi, 33, and Steffi Graf, 34, welcomed their second child, daughter Jaz, on Oct. 3 in Las Vegas. Big brother Jaden turns 2 later this month....
Today show co-anchor Matt Lauer, 45, and his wife of five years, Annette, 38, welcomed daughter Romy on Oct. 2 in Manhattan. Their son Jack is 2....
Olympic skating gold medalist Kristi Yamaguchi, 32, and her husband, Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Bret Hedican, 33, had their first child, daughter Keara, on Oct. 1 in Raleigh, N.C. The couple wed in 2000....
Actor Jason Lee (Dreamcatcher), 33, and his fiancée, photographer Beth Riesgraf, 25, welcomed son Pilot Inspektor, on Sept. 28 in L.A. It's the first child for the couple, who have not yet set a wedding date....
Actress Helena Bonham Carter, 37, and her boyfriend of two years, director Tim Burton, 47, welcomed their first child, a son, on Oct. 4 in London....
Charles Spencer, 39, Princess Diana's younger brother, and his wife, Caroline, had a son, Edmund, on Oct. 5 in London. It is the first child for the couple, who wed in 2001. Charles and Caroline both have other children from previous marriages.
Former Growing Pains star Tracey Gold, 34, and her husband of eight years, swim coach Roby Marshall, 38, are expecting their third child in May. The tot will join brothers Sage, 6, and Bailey 4.
Actress Selma Blair (A Guy Thing), 31, and actor-rocker Ahmet Zappa, 29, the son of the late Frank Zappa, recently announced that they plan to wed. The couple have been dating for three months.
LAW & ORDER
On Oct. 3 in Nashville, John Draper Witherspoon, 31, the brother of actress Reese Witherspoon, 27, was placed on two years' probation after pleading guilty to trespassing and attempted sexual battery. Witherspoon was arrested in October 2002 after he entered a neighbor's home and attempted to undress a woman as she slept. As part of a plea bargain, Witherspoon, who says he was drunk at the time, will continue to attend weekly addiction-treatment meetings.
On Sept. 30 in L.A., Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx, 44, sued Vans shoe company for allegedly using his image in magazine ads without his permission. The musician is seeking unspecified damages. A rep for Vans had no comment.
Illustrator William Steig, 95, who drew more than 1,600 cartoons for The New Yorker beginning in the 1930s, died of undisclosed causes at his Boston home on Oct. 3. Steig also created a number of award-winning children's books, including 1993's Shrek!, which was made into the hit 2001 movie.