By Mackenzie Cutruzzula
The royal family headed to the land of hockey and maple leaves for the week with the cutest carry-on baggage they could find – Prince George and Princess Charlotte. They received personalized Vancouver Canucks jerseys for the children. The trip began with the two tots playing with balloons and ended with them peeking out the window of the plane and showing off their best royal waves.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds welcomed their second baby this week, who was born in New York. The couple has yet to offer any details on the latest addition to their family, including the sex or the name of the little sibling to their first daughter, James. But Lively’s good friend Taylor Swift headed to the hospital to see the newest squad member, and Lively headed to a friend’s wedding just days after giving birth.
Hilary Duff celebrated her 29th birthday out and about in New York while promoting the third season of her show, “Younger.” Duff posted on Instagram just a few days prior looking scared and captioned the photo, “OMG. I’m 29 soon.” For her birthday, the star hung out with boyfriend Jason Walsh, which marked the couple’s first public outing. Walsh is a personal trainer and the founder of Rise Nation fitness studio.
Arnold Schwarzenegger got to spend time with his son Joseph Baena in Munich, Germany, for Oktoberfest. Baena, who is the child of Schwarzenegger and his former housekeeper, Mildred Baena, celebrated his 19th birthday on Sunday, Oct. 2. While Baena tries to live his life out of the spotlight, his father’s busy upcoming schedule may keep him in the public eye a bit more. Schwarzenegger is currently gearing up to host the next season of reality show “Celebrity Apprentice.”
A new Netflix documentary, “Amanda Knox,” premiered on Friday, Sept. 30. The film follows Knox’s story of international crime and murder. Knox opens up about her experience in the Italian judicial system and explains her side of her 53-hour interrogation.
“I was hit on the back of the head, I was yelled at. Police were coming in and out of the room telling me that I was a liar,” she said. “It was chaos. It was utter chaos.”
Knox and her then-boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, were charged in 2007 with the death of 21-year-old British student Meredith Kercher, who was sexually assaulted and found fatally stabbed in the Italian apartment she shared with Knox. In the Netflix documentary, Knox said that she knows she will never be free from the case, but is looking to the future and wants to help others who have been wrongly convicted.