Reactions to the royal pregnancy

A morning mix of entertainment headlines . . .


Prince William, arriving early Tuesday at King Edward VII’s Hospital, where his wife is staying. (Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

In more royal pregnancy coverage — because there will always be more — the Daily Mail has already figured out what the future offspring of Kate and William will look like using forensic science and, apparently, the face-meld technology once employed by Conan O’Brien . Snooki is already offering the royal couple child-rearing advice, via the New York Daily News. Oh, and one more thing: People says that Prince Harry must be the happiest person of all regarding the pregnancy, because the arrival of the new royal child — or children, as the case may be — pushes him further down the line of succession to the throne.

In other celebrity news, assuming anyone cares about other celebrities when the royals are having a baby: Kristin Chenoweth is reportedly dating former “Bachelor” star Jake Pavelka. (GossipCop)

“Dancing With the Stars” host Brooke Burke-Charvet is preparing this week for her thyroidectomy. (People)

According to Us Weekly, Katy Perry hid under a table last month when Russell Brand showed up at the same restaurant where she and John Mayer were dining. Which sounds like the best episode of “Three’s Company” ever. (Us)

A Harvard Medical School psychiatrist tells Vulture that “Silver Linings Playbook” actually gets a lot of things right regarding mental illness. (Vulture)

Zachary Quinto of “American Horror Story: Asylum” explains why he has been cast twice as a TV serial killer: It’s because of his eyebrows and ability to look down in a sinister fashion. (Conan)

When she isn’t at a movie theater or writing about movies, Jen Chaney is ... um ... probably at home, watching a movie.

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