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Christina Garibaldi joins our Sonia Isabelle to share the newest headlines from US Weekly!


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their second baby and they announced it on Valentine's Day.

Garibaldi shared:

"It's actually the same day that Princess Diana announced that she was expecting her second child, Prince Harry, 37 years ago."

The way they did it is breathtaking with a black and white picture of them, lying on the grass, smiling at each other.

Megan Markle and Prince Harry Expecting

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Garibaldi said that a source confirmed that the couple is happier than ever.

"They are thrilled to give baby Archie a sibling and are over the moon about expanding their family."

And there's some great news about Britney Spears. During a hearing on February 11th, a judge ordered that Spears's father would still share equal powers as co-conservator of her estate. But, Garibaldi said there's light at the end of the tunnel.

"The judge did leave it open for Britney's lawyers to file another petition in the future should she still want her father removed as a conservator."

Spears's boyfriend has also given his entire support to his "Baby One More Time"'s girlfriend. Garibaldi said:

"He claimed that Jamie has been controlling his relationship with Britney and he's constantly throwing obstacles their way."

If you want to know more about the singer, watch the documentary Framing Britney Spears on Hulu and get the latest edition of US Weekly for more headlines!

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