Nothing mends a broken heart like some pint-sized kisses.
A day after The Bachelor's Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff confirmed they ended their engagement, the farmer's former fiancée posted a video of an adorable little girl (perhaps a relative?) blowing her kisses.
"Now this little gal knows how to make me smile! From the bottom of my heart, thank you for your outpouring love, kindness and support! It means so much to me!" the fertility nurse captioned the video.
Bill and Giuliana Rancic have a secret to a fresh marriage: a dish by their front door.
"The minute we come home, all our phones go in there," Bill, 44, tells PEOPLE. "That way, we're not texting or emailing people at work. We're interacting with each other. It was hard at first, but we got used to it."
"When we are together, we try to keep the quality time at a 10," adds Giuliana, 40. "A lot of people, when they're home, they're not really there. They're checking their phones; they're distracted. We try not to let that happen. When we're home, we're home."
Although she plays very intense characters in House of Cards and her upcoming film Louder Than Bombs, Rachel Brosnahan admits she's not that serious in real life.
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Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is known for his partying ways, but for his next reality show, the focus is on something much different – his relationship.
Sorrentino and Lauren Pesce, his girlfriend and college sweetheart, are one of several famous couples on WE tv's Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, premiering Friday.
While the Jersey Shore alum, 32, was eager to sign up for the show's third season, Pesce took a little convincing, he told PEOPLE during the show's premiere party in West Hollywood on Thursday.