Human headlines ... the Hewitts show off baby Ava in OK! magazine.
SO THE Hewitts have released baby pics to a gossip magazine. Again. The five-page spread, bookended by ads for budget cosmetics, introduces Ava to the readers of OK! - as traditional for the Hewitts as a baptism is for everyone else.
''Ava looks just like a little Mia [her big sister],'' Bec said. But you could always flick to Woman's Day circa 2005 and check that for yourself. ''Our gut feeling was that it was a boy,'' adds the happy father, Lleyton, who seems to have since disabused himself of that idea.
Born prematurely on October 19, the healthy Ava is less than a month old but already looks wearied of the need for a third wardrobe change for the poolside shoot.
On the name that was controversially revealed via a paid text message service, Lleyton explained ''Ava'' was a long-time favourite ''and we always had Sydney as the middle name.
It's a really nice connection to where she was born and also where we got married at the Sydney Opera House.'' Happiness abounds for Australians whose names are less geographically tied to their place of birth as well.
''The Body'', Elle Macpherson, has found ''The One'' in a US property developer, Jeff Soffer, sources told Grazia. It is speculated the pair will marry next year.
The Shark, Greg Norman, tied the knot with interior decorator Kirsten Kutner in a small ceremony on Richard Branson's private Caribbean island, New Idea reports.
''The pavlova was our Australian touch,'' said Kirsten of the reception, which also featured some of Norman's trophies as flower vases. Elsewhere, a jacket that was not quite a vase - but may allegedly have been used for purposes other than fashion - was worn by Angelina Jolie, reports Famous.
The large coat was a possible sign the actress is again pregnant. Or, given the photo was taken while she and the family were in a Hungarian park as the country braces for the European winter, a sign she was cold. NW, to jazz things up, deploys a blood-splatter design.
''What's Angelina Jolie's secret to looking so fabulous? She uses Dracula Therapy, of course!''
The mag explains the process involves removing blood from the body, treating it and injecting some of it back in. And that's about the only procedure her former rival Jennifer Aniston hasn't had, if Famous is to be believed.
''She'll end up looking like Heidi Montag,'' says a pal of her apparent obsession with plastic surgery. Watch out, little Ava: looking baby-faced in mags can become addictive.