These days so many people tell other people important news through Twitter, Facebook or text message. It is, um, refreshing to see some go the more traditional route of sending the bad news through a newspaper.
Nigella Lawson's husband, Charles Saatchi, says his wife won't return his calls so he told her through The Mail on Sunday that he wants a divorce. Considering that she had moved out after he allegedly put his hand on her neck last month, we think that may be OK with her.
-- Will it be a king or queen?:
We're betting its name won't be North or Blue Ivy or Apple. As royal watchers anxiously await the offspring of William and Kate, bookies are taking wagers on what the name -- or rather, names - they will give the baby. Some of us are partial to Christopher, while a girl could take the regal names of Katherine or Michaela.
-- Her prison education begins:
She didn't pay the tax man so Ms. Lauryn Hill goes to prison this morning for 90 days. We hope Hill, who hasn't produced a studio album since the "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" in 1998, uses the time to work on finishing up some new tunes.
-- The business of unmentionables:
Edward Snowden has some interesting admirers. There's Anna Chapman, sexy spy-turned-TV hostess, who tweeted a marriage proposal. And now a lingerie company in Germany is using his name to help sell its products. Maybe his prospective bride would like some new lingerie -- she apparently likes the ones with a place for a firearm.