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Actor John Krasinski tweets baby news

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Newton-bred actor, writer, and Esurance spokesguy John Krasinski is a dad. He tweeted on Sunday: “Wanted to let the news out directly. Emily and I are so incredibly happy to welcome our daughter Hazel into the world today! Happy bday!” Krasinski’s wife is actress Emily Blunt. . . . Singer Christina Aguilera is engaged to Rhode Islander Matthew Rutler. The two (at right)

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met while working on the 2010 film “Burlesque.” Before meeting Aguilera, Rutler was a production assistant on a bunch of locally-made films including “The Town,” “Edge of Darkness,” “Surrogates,” and “The Proposal.” Like Krasinski, Aguilera used social media to make her big announcement. She posted a pic of her engagement ring on Instagram on Friday.

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