According to new reports, Chris Brown is going to battle his baby mama Nia Gonzalez, also known as Nia Guzman, in court in order to pay less child support for their 9-month-old daughter, Royalty.
The existence of Chris Brown’s baby was a secret until this week.
Chris Brown made a deal with Nia Guzman when he found out about Royalty last month, agreeing to monthly support payments higher than a judge would have ordered, in exchange for her public silence about their child, TMZ has reported.
When the baby bombshell exploded this week, Chris Brown allegedly blamed Nia Guzman (the names Nia Amey and Nia Gonzalez have also been used in various press reports) for the leak and is now acting to nullify their arrangement.
According to the gossip website, Chris Brown’s legal camp is preparing to file court documents asking for a judge to require that he pay formal child support.
It is expected that Chris Brown will wind up paying Nia Guzman less under such a judgment.
Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter Zara Tindall has given birth to a baby girl weighing 7lbs 12oz, Buckingham Palace has announced.
Zara Tindall’s husband, rugby player Mike Tindall, was present at the birth of their first child at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Edinburgh and the families of both parents have been informed and are said to be delighted at the news.
The baby, as yet unnamed, becomes 16th in line for the throne.
Zara Tindall later left the hospital and returned home. The couple has yet to make a statement.
Mike and Zara Tindall welcomed a baby girl
Mike and Zara Tindall were married at Canongate Kirk in Edinburgh in July 2011.
The new arrival is the third grandchild of the Princess Royal and the Queen and Prince Philip’s fourth great-grandchild.
The birth follows that of Prince George in July last year to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
In a statement, the Queen’s press secretary said: “The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Princess Royal, Captain Mark Phillips and Mike’s parents, Mr. Phillip and Mrs. Linda Tindall, have been informed and are delighted with the news.
“The baby’s name will be confirmed in due course.”
PM David Cameron tweeted: “Many congratulations to Zara and Mike Tindall on the birth of their baby girl.”
Zara Tindall, 32, does not hold a royal title and is not referred to as Her Royal Highness. Her daughter will be known as Miss Tindall.
Mike Tindall, 34, a former England rugby star, is now a player-coach at Gloucester.
Prince George’s christening service will take place next week, on October 23, and Kensington Palace has shared details concerning the event.
According to People magazine, Prince William and Kate Middleton will bring their 3-month-old son before the Archbishop of Canterbury on Wednesday, October 23, at 3 pm, at the chapel at St. James Palace. The service will last 45 minutes.
St. James Palace chapel holds special meaning for Prince William as it housed the coffin of his late mother Princess Diana for one week before her burial. There has been some speculation that Prince William chose the location to pay tribute to his mother, as he did with the royal wedding that was held in Westminster Abbey, where Princess Diana’s funeral took place.
Prince William and Kate Middleton will bring their 3-month-old son before the Archbishop of Canterbury on Wednesday, October 23
Those expected to attend Prince George’s christening service include Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Harry and the Middletons.
The guest list for the christening has not been released but Kensington Palace has said “close members of both families” will attend.
The names of Prince George’s godparents are also yet to be announced.
Following the christening, a picture will be released showing the Queen with three future monarchs – Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George.
The last time such a gathering of a monarch and her three heirs occurred was in Queen Victoria’s time.
That photograph, taken at the christening of the future Edward VIII in July 1894 showed the royal baby with his father, later George V; grandfather, the future Edward VII; and great grandmother, Queen Victoria.
Meanwhile, the Royal Mint is to create a set of commemorative coins to mark the christening.