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Margot Robbie does not have time for unsolicited questions about her uterus. It seems “Mary Queen of Scots” star can really relate to her character in the movie, Queen Elizabeth I — a 16th-century monarch who famously did not conceive an heir, which creates a major point of contention in the film. While speaking to Radio Times on Tuesday, the 28-year-old actress, who married British director Tom Ackerley two years ago, points out how society’s pressure on women to have children hasn’t changed much in approaching 500 years. “I got married, and the first question in almost every interview is, ‘Babies? When are you having one?’ I’m so angry that there’s this social contract,” Robbie told Radio Times. “You’re married, now have a baby. Don’t presume. I’ll do what I’m going to do.” She added: “Only women get asked that when they get married. Men don’t.” So, there you have it everyone: Don’t ask women — married or not — when they’re going to have kids. // 📸: Getty Images

Katelyn Ohashi, the UCLA gymnast whose dazzling floor routine went viral this week, just nailed a poetry recital as well. In a visit to “Good Morning America” on Thursday, Ohashi delivered a poem she wrote about the body-shaming she has endured. Ohashi, a former U.S. national team member who came back from serious injuries, calls the verse “Self-Hatred Goodbyes.” I’ve been consumed with the thought that bigger is synonymous to less than, That only those people with the right, perfect bodies have the right to stand. But here today, I stand, with the love that penetrates deeper than any wedding band. Because I am my own size, and no words or judgmental stares will make me compromise. // 📸: AP

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Anna Faris and Chris Pratt are redefining Hollywood divorce in real time, forgoing the expected public or otherwise squabbles by keeping it positive as they both move on to new relationships. After the “Jurassic World” star announced his engagement to Katherine Schwarzenegger on Monday following a whirlwind romance, Faris congratulated the pair on their happy news. The actress has now taken her support for the new couple one step further by joking that she offered to officiate their nuptials should the occasion ever arise. “Chris texted me this morning and he was like, you know, ‘I proposed to Katherine last night,’” the “Mom” star recalled on her podcast “Anna Faris Is Unqualified” Tuesday. “I was like ‘Ah! That’s amazing.’” 📸: Getty Images

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Serena Williams and her husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, are the definition of couple goals. But prior to meeting her now-husband, the tennis great received some wonderful words of relationship wisdom from the guru of advice ― Oprah herself. “Oprah said, ‘Never let anyone dim your light.’ That really stuck with me. Alexis doesn’t dim my light,” Williams said in an interview for the cover of Allure’s February 2019 issue. “He doesn’t try to dim my light. He puts me in the light, even if I don’t want to be,” she said. “He pushes me to further points I never thought about. It always was something that I could see in some relationships — my light would be dimmer. Now I feel like I can shine really bright and still do everything that I want to do.” // 📸: Getty Images

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Happy 97th birthday, Betty White! 💜 // 📸: Getty Images

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Happy birthday, Michelle Obama! 🎉 Here she is throughout the years. 💜 // 📸: Getty Images

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Anna Faris and Chris Pratt are redefining Hollywood divorce in real time, forgoing the expected public or otherwise squabbles by keeping it positive as they both move on to new relationships. After the “Jurassic World” star announced his engagement to Katherine Schwarzenegger on Monday following a whirlwind romance, Faris congratulated the pair on their happy news. The actress has now taken her support for the new couple one step further by joking that she offered to officiate their nuptials should the occasion ever arise. “Chris texted me this morning and he was like, you know, ‘I proposed to Katherine last night,’” the “Mom” star recalled on her podcast “Anna Faris Is Unqualified” Tuesday. “I was like ‘Ah! That’s amazing.’” 📸: Getty Images

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An adorable 1-year-old baby from Japan makes hair modeling look like child’s play. Pantene Japan has recruited Baby Chanco — whose mom-managed Instagram account has over 300,000 followers thanks to the viral power of her glorious mane — as the face of a new campaign. The tiny wonder was featured alongside gray-haired Japanese TV announcer Sato Kondo in the company’s “#hairwego My Hair Moves Me Forward” campaign in the Japanese national newspaper Asahi Shimbun. // 📸: P&G: PANTENE JAPAN

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Awww. 💕 @mileycyrus posted a gushy Instagram tribute in honor of her husband @liamhemsworth's 29th birthday yesterday, listing a few more than seven things she loves about him. Adorable! // 📷: Getty Images

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Lady Gaga and Glenn Close tied for best actress at the Critics’ Choice Awards. 🏆 Close took home the aware for her role in "The Wife," while Gag won for playing Ally in "A Star Is Born." Congrats to both!

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We can't get enough of @babychanco! 😍 Baby Chanco, who went viral for her majestic mane, is now an official hair model. Pantene Japan has recruited her as the face of a new campaign. Amazing! // 📷: P&G: Pantene Japan

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Newly elected California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) on Thursday proposed what would be the most generous paid parental leave policy in the nation: six months of partially paid leave so parents or other family members can care for a newborn or newly adopted baby. Right now, some California parents have access to a combined four months of leave at partial pay. Those who get less include adoptive parents, same-sex couples and single parents. Two-thirds of countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development guarantee six months of paid time off to new mothers. Newsom’s plan doesn’t go that far. Instead, the proposal, unveiled as part of his 2019 budget, would allow two caretakers to split six months off, according to a fact sheet provided by his office. One parent could take three months, and the other parent or partner or another family member could take three more months, or vice versa. The policy would roll out slowly. At a press conference unveiling the state’s $209 billion budget on Thursday, Newsom said that leave would be paid for mainly with existing funds. “It’s a developmental necessity,” Newsom said of paid leave. “We’re committed to this.” Newsom’s proposal counts as groundbreaking and radical for the U.S., the only developed country in the world that doesn’t guarantee paid time off to new mothers; just two of 34 OECD countries do not guarantee paid leave to new fathers. And it comes at a time when Democratic state and local politicians around the country are proposing new liberal social programs ― beefing up Obamacare protections and provisions and passing greater labor protections. These guys are just catching up with others around the world, however.