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Split­ting: con­duc­tor Leonard Slatkin and his wife, so­prano Linda Ho­hen­feld, friends tell us. The NSO’s mu­sic di­rec­tor, who steps down in June af­ter 11 years in D.C., mar­ried his third wife in 1986; the mar­riage sur­vived Slatkin’s em­bar­rass­ing dal­liance with Scot­tish per­cus­sion­ist Eve­lyn Glennie, dis­closed in 2003. Slatkin and Ho­hen­feld have one teenage son.

En­gaged: Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) to Irene Hi­rano, pres­i­dent of the Ja­panese Amer­i­can Na­tional Mu­seum in L.A. The 83-year-old Demo­crat, the Se­nate’s No. 3 in se­nior­ity, lost his wife of 60 years, Mar­garet, to colon can­cer in 2006. Hi­rano, 59, who is di­vorced, is a long­time friend — she has do­nated to his cam­paigns, and he sits on her mu­seum’s board. They plan a small, private wed­ding on May 24 in L.A.

Ex­pect­ing again? An­gelina Jolie, 32, and Brad Pitt, 44, at least ac­cord­ing to a “close source” cited by Us Weekly, which el­e­vates the in­creas­ing baby-bump buzz out of the realm of tabloid ru­mor. Peo­ple mag still hasn’t touched it, though, so we’ll give it a 90 per­cent chance of be­ing true. The cou­ple have four chil­dren ( Mad­dox, Pax, Za­hara and Shiloh), as you may have heard.


Slatkin and Ho­hen­feld dur­ing hap­pier times. Far left: Jolie, sport­ing a baby bump un­der all that fab­ric?

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