August 12, 2013 12:00 PM


Singer Toni Braxton has officially ended her 12-year marriage to Mint Condition keyboardist Keri Lewis. “The couple has had an amicable split and will still both be actively involved in raising their two sons, 11-year-old Denim and 10-year-old Diezel,” Braxton’s rep told PEOPLE on July 24. The Grammy winner, 46, and Lewis, 42, separated in 2009.


It’s a boy for actress Evan Rachel Wood and Billy Elliot star Jamie Bell. The newlyweds welcomed a “beautiful” son, her rep confirmed to PEOPLE on July 29. “Parents and baby are all doing well.” The True Blood alum, 25, and Bell, 27, announced the pregnancy in January after tying the knot in front of family and friends last October. •Talk show host Jimmy Fallon (inset), 38, and his wife, producer Nancy Juvonen, 46, are the proud parents of their first child, Winnie Rose Fallon. She was born on July 23. “I’m the father of a beautiful baby girl. She’s so cute,” Fallon said during his Late Night monologue a day after the birth. “She’s 5 lbs., 9 oz. Me and my wife are so happy.”


Teresa Heinz Kerry, 74, ketchup heiress and the wife of Secretary of State John Kerry, was released from a Boston hospital on July 27, nearly three weeks after suffering a seizure. She is expected to make a full recovery at home after undergoing outpatient treatment.


Kim Fields, 44, is pregnant with her second child. The actress, who played Tootie on The Facts of Life, revealed her baby bump while filming an episode of The Real and announced she’s having a boy. She and her husband, Christopher Morgan, 37, have already picked out a name for the new arrival. “This is Quincy Xavier,” Fields said while holding her belly. The tot will join big brother Sebastian, 6.


Designer and Project Runway champ Christian Siriano is engaged to musician Brad Walsh. “Yesterday @BradWalsh and I exchanged engagement bracelets,” Siriano, 27, wrote on Twitter July 28, along with a photo of the jewelry. Walsh also tweeted, “We’ve told our moms so now we can tell you.” The pair have been together since 2007.


Popular national radio talk show host David “Kidd” Kraddick died July 27 after falling ill at a charity event he was hosting outside New Orleans. He was 53. A preliminary autopsy found that he had an enlarged heart and blocked arteries. “[He was] one of a kind,” Ryan Seacrest tweeted. “One of the best at what he did every morning.”


On July 29, the FBI announced that 150 people had been arrested during a three-day sweep of 76 cities across the U.S. for allegedly holding teenagers for prostitution – the largest crackdown against child sex-trafficking. FBI agents and police rescued 105 children during the operation at truck stops and motels. Child sex-trafficking remains “one of the most prevalent crimes in our country,” said Ronald Hosko, assistant director of the FBI’s criminal division. “This serves as a reminder that these crimes can happen anywhere.”

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