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Love, etc.: UK Prime Minister David Cameron welcomes baby girl; Cheryl Hines breaks up with hubby


David Cameron and his wife Samantha two days before the birth of their daughter. (Ben Birchall/AFP/Getty Images)
  • Born: A daughter to British Prime Minister David Cameron, 43, and his wife, Samantha, 39, Tuesday. The baby, due next month, made an early appearance while the family was vacationing in southern England. "It all happened very, very quickly," David Cameron told reporters outside the hospital. He said that mother and baby are doing well, and his wife is already studying local names: "It was very exciting having a baby in Cornwall, so we'll have to have something Cornish." The newest Downing Street baby joins siblings Nancy, 6, and Arthur, 4; their older brother, Ivan, died last year.
  • Divorcing: Cheryl Hines and her husband of eight years, producer-manager Paul Young. The actress, who co-stars with Larry David on "Curb Your Enthusiasm," filed papers in L.A. last month. The couple have a 6-year-old daughter.

By The Reliable Source  |  August 25, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
Categories:  Love, Etc.  
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