By Carlos Greer
December 30, 2013 12:00 PM


Actor Kate Winslet, 38, and husband Ned Rocknroll, 35, welcomed a son on Dec. 7. “Mother and baby are doing great,” her rep says. Winslet has two children, Mia, 13, and Joe, 10, from previous marriages. “I love the routine. I love getting up in the morning and getting breakfast and packing lunches and doing the school run,” the Oscar winner has said of being a mom. • The Mentalist’s Rockmond Dunbar, 40, is a new dad. The actor and his wife, Banshee star Maya Dunbar, 30, greeted their first child, daughter Berkeley Seon, on Dec. 6, his rep confirms to People. “Mom is doing great,” tweeted the proud father. “We are absolutely in LOVE with our daughter.”


The Bachelorette’s Trista, 41, and Ryan Sutter, 39, renewed their vows on Dec. 14 for the upcoming ABC special The Bachelor: Bachelor Love Stories, which airs on Jan. 19. “It’s an understatement to say I hit the jackpot,” Trista tells People. They have two children: son Max, 6½, and daughter Blakesley, 4½.


Journey’s guitarist Neal Schon, 59, and reality TV personality Michaele Salahi, 48, tied the knot on Dec. 15 in San Francisco. They paid a reported $250,000 in permits to rent and film at the Palace of Fine Arts. Part of the proceeds from PPV is said to be going to typhoon relief in the Philippines, Schon told the Daily Beast. Salahi is a former Real Housewives star best known for crashing the White House state dinner in 2009 with her ex-husband Tareq Salahil.


Kevin Federline, 35, and wife Victoria Prince, 31, are expecting their second child. The couple, who married in August, have a daughter, Jordan Kay, 2. Federline has four children from two previous relationships: Sean Preston, 8, and Jayden James, 7, with ex-wife Britney Spears, and Kori, 13, and Kaleb, 9, with ex-girlfriend Shar Jackson.


Actor-writer Tom Laughlin, famous for his portrayal of the heroic Native American ex-Green Beret Billy Jack, died on Dec. 12 from complications of pneumonia. He was 82. Laughlin, who wrote and starred in the Billy Jack films, created the series with his wife, Delores Taylor. After his film career he ran for President as both a Republican and a Democrat. He is survived by his wife, a sister, three children and five grandchildren.