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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's Royal Baby Rules

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have experienced decidedly different upbringings, so how will they raise their children? With a baby on the way, they’ve already come up with a plan.

A royal insider tells US Weekly correspondent Christina Garibaldi that Meghan is set to teach her children how to value the normal things in life, and how to experience the real world.

In a break from royal tradition, their children will not have royal titles, and, to connect with their American roots, they will celebrate both Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July.

The Situation's 'Royal Guido' Wedding

It’s a very different situation for The Situation and new wife Lauren.

The Jersey Shore star married his high school sweetheart Lauren Pesce on November 1st, crying tears of joy throughout the day. He described it as a “Royal Guido Wedding” with his cast mates in attendance.

Demi Lovato's Post-Rehab Plans

After a near-fatal overdose earlier this year, Demi Lovato is beginning a new chapter of her life. 

Fresh out of the rehab facility where she's been recovering since the July incident, she is now focusing on healing and rebuilding her life.

There will be no work activity for the rest of the year, but Lovato is planning to come back hard in 2019.

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