A baby for Ice Bucket inspiration Pete Frates

Julie Frates and her husband Pete, pictured at last week’s Oldtime Baseball Game.. Globe photo by Bill Brett

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Julie Frates and her husband Pete, pictured at last week’s Oldtime Baseball Game.

Former Boston College athlete and Ice Bucket Challenge inspiration Pete Frates and his wife, Julie, welcomed their baby girl, Lucy Fitzgerald Frates, into the world Sunday morning, according to CBS Boston. The healthy baby weighed in at 7.8 pounds and is 19.5 inches. Frates, who is battling ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is the inspiration for the social media phenomenon the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which has raised more than $100 million to help fight the disease.

Celebrities hacked

Photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Ariana Grande, and other female celebrities were posted online Sunday after Apple’s iCloud storage system was reportedly hacked. The leaked images, some of them depicting the women in the nude, were traced back to a message board. Lawrence’s publicist verified that the photos are of the actress. However, some celebrities invloved in the hack contend that their images are fake.

NKOTB marriage


Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy tied the knot Sunday in a ceremony in the ballroom of the Hotel Baker in St. Charles, Ill., McCarthy’s publicist, Brad Cafarelli, confirmed. It’s the second marriage for both the 45-year-old Wahlberg and the 41-year-old McCarthy. Wahlberg has two sons from his first marriage. McCarthy has a son from her first marriage. The couple began dating last year and became engaged in April.

Union and Wade wed

Actress Gabrielle Union, 41, married her long-time boyfriend, Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade, 32, on Saturday in Miami, according to People magazine. John Legend performed at the ceremony, and the bride wore a Dennis Basso gown. It is the second marriage for each of them. (AP)

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