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Ariana And Pete Hit A Life-Changing Fork In The Road Last Month; Will New Royal Baby Be Prince Or Princess?

ARIANA GRANDE AND PETE DAVIDSON HIT A LIFE-CHANGING FORK IN THE ROAD LAST MONTH WHEN MAC MILLER DIED

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson hit a life-changing fork in the road last month when Mac Miller died — and his death was the tipping point that led to their split … TMZ has learned.

Sources close to AG and PD tell us … Ariana was in an incredibly dark place following her ex-boyfriend’s apparent fatal overdose. She didn’t blame herself — she feels she did everything she could to get him sober — but it left her an emotional wreck.

Ariana was at ‘SNL’ Saturday supporting Pete and nothing seemed amiss. Folks who were there say they were kissing and holding each other backstage. Something clearly snapped Sunday.

WILL ROYAL BABY SUSSEX HAVE A PRINCE OR PRINCESS TITLE, OR WHAT?

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s child will be seventh-in-line to the British throne.

The child will come behind his or her father Prince Harry in the line of succession, bumping his uncle, the Duke of York, further down the line into eighth place.

However the child will not be given the title of prince or princess unless the Queen steps into change the rules. Instead a son would be styled the Earl of Dumbarton, while a daughter would be Lady (first name) Mountbatten-Windsor.

REBOOT? WILL THE OFFICE BE MAKING A COMEBACK?

Extra sat down with Steve Carell, who said “No, I don’t think there will be a reboot of ‘The Office’…that was lightning in a bottle… that was such a specific time and place and those writers, that cast and directors, that captured something special in those nine years… ya never know, but I don’t think so.”

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