It's the news the world had been waiting for - a royal heir to the British throne is on the way! Inside Buckingham Palace, "there is real excitement," says a royal source. The Queen is "just so happy" and William's uncle Earl Charles Spencer tells WHO: "I'm so delighted for them both and can't wait to meet Diana's grandchild". But the couple's joy is tinged with fear after Kate, whose pregnancy is still "in its very early stages", was rushed to hospital suffering from an acute and rare form of morning sickness, prompting speculation she's carrying twins. In an eight-page special, WHO investigates what lies ahead for the expectant newlyweds and their impending arrival. Betting has already begun on the baby's gender and name, and Kate's pregnancy style and mummy must-haves will be eagerly watched by fashion observers: "Kate will be a maternity icon," predicts British fashion designer Rosie Pope. Plus, WHO looks at what kind of parents Will and Kate will be, the perks and duties the newest royal can expect growing up as a future monarch, and how the baby fits into the line of succession (move over Prince Harry!)
Pitching in for Hurricane Sandy victims in New York is helping the Australian actor heal after a year marked by more run-ins with the law. "He has found a new passion in volunteering," a source tells WHO. "He loves the work helping others because it makes him bigger than himself."• OUT OF CONTROL:
With tax and man issues, Lindsay Lohan has had the book thrown at her again after a night involving a Justin Bieber show and a punched psychic. Now, even her assistant Gavin Doyle has had enough: "After bailing you out last night I hope and pray you get the help you so desperately need," he told the troubled star.• MICHAEL JACKSON: INSIDE HIS SURGERY OBSESSION:
In an exclusive extract from a new book Untouchable: The Strange Life and Tragic Death of Michael Jackson by Randall Sullivan, the King of Pop's surgeons reveal the self-destructive quest for youth and perfection behind his shocking transformation, including endless procedures and a "jar of fake noses".• PLUS: ALL THE GLITZ, GLAMOUR AND GONGS FROM THE 2012 ARIA AWARDS:
WHO rubbed shoulders with the stars of Australian music and international guests like Taylor Swift, Russell Brand, Nicki Minaj and Joel and Benji Madden, as the industry celebrated the best songs and albums of the year and partied hard.