Sex and the City’s Cynthia Nixon is a new mom.The famous redhead and her fiancée Christine Marinoni are parents to a boy, Max Ellington Nixon-Marinoni. “Christine and baby are doing great,” her rep told People.com. The couple began dating in 2004 and got engaged in 2009. This is the third child for Nixon, who has two children, Samantha, 14, and Charles, 8, from her previous relationship with teacher Danny Mozes. New gig Ugly Betty has landed herself a new job. America Ferrera, who made braces, glasses, tangled hair and gaudy clothes look good, will star on CBS’ The Good Wife. Ferrera, 26, will come in as “a potential love interest for Alan Cumming’s character, Eli,” a source told People. Her first episode airs Feb. 22; word is she will be on for at least two episodes. Her character is a college student at DePaul University majoring in economics. Also making guest appearances on the legal drama are Michael J. Fox and Jerry Stiller. Splitsville Tron: Legacy’s Olivia Wilde and Tao Ruspoli have separated. A source told People that the couple had reportedly been living separately for some time now and had tried to work it out but decided to call it quits. Wilde, 26, met her Italian hubby when she was just 18 years old. Six months after meeting, the two eloped to Virginia, though they later had a real wedding. He is a filmmaker and documentarian. His family owns the Palazzo Ruspoli in Rome and a castle in Vignanello, Italy.
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