August 19, 2013 12:00 PM


Oscar winners Penélope Cruz, 39, and Javier Bardem, 44, welcomed a baby girl on July 22 in Madrid, according to the Spanish magazine Hola. On July 30 Bardem visited Madrid’s central registrar’s office, where he reportedly registered the baby’s name as Luna Encinas Cruz, according to Vanitatis, another Spanish magazine. Luna means “moon,” while Encinas is Bardem’s first surname. The baby joins 2-year-old big brother Leo. Reps for the couple did not return PEOPLE’s request for comment.


Megan Fox, 27, is expecting her second child with her husband, Brian Austin Green, 40, the actress’s rep confirmed to PEOPLE on Aug. 2. The couple are already parents to 10- month-old son Noah.

• Princess Caroline of Monaco is going to be a grandmother for the second time. Daughter Charlotte Casiraghi, 27, is expecting her first child with her fiancé, French comedian Gad Elmaleh, 42, before Christmas, and the two plan to wed this fall, a friend of Elmaleh’s told PEOPLE. Charlotte, a champion equestrian and model for Gucci, will be the second of the late Princess Grace’s grandkids to marry. Her brother Andrea Casiraghi, 29, who welcomed a son named Sacha in March, will marry Tatiana Santo Domingo, 29, on Aug. 31.


Former President George W. Bush (inset), 67, is in “high spirits” after undergoing heart surgery on Aug. 6 at a Dallas hospital, said Bush spokesman Freddy Ford. During an annual physical exam a day earlier, doctors found a partially blocked artery. “At the recommendation of his doctors, President Bush agreed to have a stent placed to open the blockage,” said Ford. He is expected to make a full recovery.


Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, 53, and art collector Charles Saatchi, 70, officially ended their 10-year marriage after a 70-second divorce hearing in London July 31. The split comes weeks after Saatchi was photographed with his hand on Lawson’s throat during an argument.


Casey Anthony, the Florida mom found not guilty in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, has agreed to pay $25,000 to her bankruptcy estate in order to keep the rights to her life story. Anthony, 27, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in January, and the trustee handling the liquidation of her assets attempted to acquire the rights to her story to help pay off her debts to creditors. Anthony had opposed the idea. In court papers made public on July 31, a judge approved a deal in which Anthony would not be forced to sell her memoirs.


On Aug. 4 swimming sensation Missy Franklin, 18, became the first U.S. female swimmer to win six gold medals at the World Championships, which were held in Barcelona. “I still can’t really believe that it happened,” said Franklin. The only other woman to win six golds at a single major meet is German Kristin Otto at the 1988 Seoul Olympics. Next up for the Centennial, Colo., resident, who won four gold medals and a bronze at the 2012 London Olympics, is college. She leaves home this month to start her freshman year at the University of California Berkeley.

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