Model Petra Nemcova, 32, announced her separation from British actor Jamie Belman on April 11. Their engagement in January 2011 came after a “whirlwind eight-month romance,” said her rep in a statement at the time.
The Good Wife actor Chris Noth, 57, married fiancee Tara Wilson on April 6 on the island of Maui. The couple have been engaged since 2009 and are parents to son Orion Christopher, 4.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, 32, and wife Candice Crawford, 25, welcomed a son, Hawkins, on April 9. Delivered at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, the baby boy weighed in at 8 lbs. 8 oz. A team spokesman said the newborn had been welcomed as “a part of the Dallas Cowboys family.” • Freedom Writers actress April Hernandez-Castillo, 32, is expecting her first child with her husband, producer Jose Castillo.
After racking up career-low stats on the court since joining the Dallas Mavericks in December, Lamar Odom, 32 (inset), announced on April 9 that “it’s in the best interest of both parties for me to step away from the team.” The former L.A. Laker and husband of Khloe Kardashian, 27, will stay on as an inactive member of the Mavericks through the end of the season.
Melissa Gilbert, 47, suffered whiplash and a mild concussion April 9 during a Dancing with the Stars performance with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, 32. Though she was rushed to the hospital, she later tweeted, “We r [sic] picking up speed! I just hope my recently scrambled brain will remember our routine!”
Marc Anthony, 43, cited “irreconcilable differences” when filing for divorce from American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez, 42, on April 9 in Los Angeles Superior Court. The exes are parents to twins Max and Emme, 4. • Days after Heidi Klum, 38, filed for divorce from Seal, 49, seeking primary physical custody of their four children, Leni, 7, Henry, 6, Johan, 5, and Lou, 2, the singer filed his own papers in L.A. Superior Court with a request for joint physical custody.
Mitch Winehouse, father of the late Amy Winehouse, who died from alcohol poisoning last July, will publish a book titled Amy, My Daughter in June. Proceeds will benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation.
RYAN O’NEAL’S CANCER STRUGGLE
Ryan O’Neal, 71, who lost his longtime love Farrah Fawcett to anal cancer nearly three years ago, is facing a devastating disease once again, revealing exclusively to People that he has been diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer. “Although I was shocked and stunned by the news, I feel fortunate that it was detected early, and according to my extraordinary team of doctors, the prognosis is positive for a full recovery,” says the actor, who was diagnosed with leukemia in 2001. “I am deeply grateful for the support of my friends and family during this time, and I urge everyone to get regular checkups, as early detection is the best defense against this horrible disease.”