INSIDE THE PROPOSAL: JEN AND JUSTIN ENGAGED AT LAST!
Following a 15-month courtship that revved up the rumourmill — babies! break-ups! —Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have announced they are officially engaged.
WHO reveals all the details of Theroux's intimate proposalon his birthday in New York, the "stunning" ring he codesignedand their family's thrilled reactions. "We're sohappy to welcome her to the family," Theroux's sister Elizabeth told WHO."They're a wonderful, beautiful couple." Aniston's father John—one of the first people she called with the exciting news—couldn't agree more, and reveals his daughter sounded happier than she's ever
been to announce her engagement to her co-star from the 2010 comedy, Wanderlust. "They're in it for the long
run," one of Theroux's friends reveals. "Those two are madly in love."
THE END OF TWILIGHT: ROB AND KRISTEN'S LAST INTERVIEW
It was the romance that captured the attention of a generation and helped catapult the Twilight film franchise to global blockbuster success. But will Kristen Stewart's cheating on Robert Pattinson with married director Rupert Sanders prove fatal to Breaking Dawn—Part 2, the final instalment of the Twilight series?
WHO reveals the last interview Stewart and Pattinson gave as a couple, conducted just a week before news of the affair broke, and chats to Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon about the impact of Stewart's cheating.
"The fact of the matter is,these are actors playing parts," says Condon. "Both of these actors ..... have always always shown great respect for the fans who made these movies such a success. Now it's time that some of that respect be returned to them."
INSIDE THE HEY DAD ARREST
Following a two-year, international investigation intoallegations of sexual misconduct with children, the London arrest of former Hey Dad..! actor Robert Hughes has been met with relief by his ex co-stars and colleagues. When news he had been charged broke in Australia, his former close friend Liz Mullinar—casting director on Hey Dad...! was "absolutely thrilled," she tells WHO."Not just on behalf of his alleged victims, but on behalf of all survivors of child abuse who feel because their abuse was so long ago nobody is going to pursue it." While a police source says Hughes was "shocked" by his arrest, it comes after allegations he commited 11 sexual offences between 1985 and 1990 involving five girls, including a castmate.