KATE’S BIG WEEK!
The Princess receives a chair from students at Barlby Primary School in London on Jan. 15 after naming the Clore Art Room there. Kate is a patron of the Art Room, an organization that offers art therapy to kids and teens.
Is this a hint? Princess Kate gives a peek at her baby bump in a blue Seraphine coat during two events in London’s Kensington neighborhood on Jan. 19 (above and right). “It’s moving all the time. I can feel it kicking now,” the mom-to-be, due with her second child in April, told well-wishers of her growing little one.
Kate recycles a (non-maternity!) Hobbs shirtdress while visiting the Fostering Network charity in London on Jan. 16.
Her navy shift dress by British women’s designer Madderson London is now sold out.
Barbara Carter was one of thousands to march to the Edmund Pettus Bridge, where protesters were beaten and tear-gassed in a 1965 demonstration.
SELMA TRIBUTE MARCH
Selma, Ala., Jan. 18
The team behind Martin Luther King Jr. biopic Selma (from left: John Legend and Common, whose song “Glory” is on the soundtrack; director Ava DuVernay; star David Oyelowo; and producer Oprah Winfrey) descends on Selma, Ala., for a commemorative walk (below) honoring the civil rights activist’s birthday nearly 50 years after the historic Selma marches. “I’ll carry this memory forever,” Winfrey posted on Instagram. Though the film is earning acclaim, it received only two Oscar nominations.
In March 1965 Martin Luther King Jr. and wife Coretta Scott King helped lead the Selma marches, peacefully protesting the fact that African-Americans had been denied the right to vote.
CRITICS’ CHOICE MOVIE AWARDS
Los Angeles, Jan.15
It’s party time! Host (and Magic Mike XXL actor) Michael Strahan kicks off the evening by stripping down with some backup dancers. “This is a fun award show, and I’m looking forward to bringing some more fun to it,” he told PEOPLE.
No little black dress here! Best Actress nominee for Cake Jennifer Aniston (with fiancé Justin Theroux)dares to bare in a plunging red Gucci suit.
Diane Kruger and Eddie Redmayne, nominated for Best Actor for his role as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, strike a pose on the carpet.
1, 2, 3 … funny faces! Presenters (from left) Leslie Mann, Amy Adams and Judd Apatow show off their silly sides at the Hollywood Palladium.
Chris Hemsworth and Ron Howard sport matching smiles at the Fiji Water-sponsored show, where Hemsworth presented his Rush director with the LOUIS XIII Genius Award.
Rosario Dawson and Chris Evans take five backstage; the two presented the Best Acting Ensemble award to the Birdman cast.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BETTY!
Actress Betty White, who turned 93 on Jan. 17, gets a sweet surprise on the Studio City, Calif., Hot in Cleveland set on Jan. 16: a hula-dancing flash mob! The Emmy winner, who clapped and danced along with the crowd, also received a colorful beach-themed birthday cake.
Like father, like son! Val Kilmer and his 19-year-old son Jack rock their long locks at a Clippers game in L.A. on Jan. 16.
ALL IN THE FAMILY: CELEBRITY LOOK-ALIKES!
Bette Midler and daughter Sophie von Haselberg, 28, step out for the Jan. 15 opening of Honeymoon in Vegas in N.Y.C.
Brooklyn Beckham, 15, is the spitting image of dad David ca. 2002 (left) after lightening his hair and posting an Instagram, captioned, “Blonds have more fun.”