Julia Roberts has discovered a family secret: Her world famous last name isn’t exactly accurate.

The “Pretty Woman” actress, 55, was shocked to learn on a recent episode of Ancestry’s “Finding Your Roots” that her great-great-grandmother Rhoda Suttle Roberts had an affair with a married man after her husband, Willis Roberts, passed away.

“Digging into Georgia’s County archives, we discovered that sometime in the 1850s, Rhoda married a man named Willis Roberts,” Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr. explained.

“Julia carries Willis’ last name, but Willis passed away in 1864, over a decade before Rhoda gave birth to Julia’s great-grandfather, John, leading to an inescapable conclusion.”

Through DNA archives and genealogical work, Gates discovered Willis “could not possibly” be the “Notting Hill” actress’ great-great-grandfather.

“He was dead,” the historian revealed.

Julia Roberts recently discovered a shocking family secret.
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A visibly shocked Julia then asked, “But am I not a Roberts?”

Gates shared that he examined the A-lister’s DNA in an attempt to find a match for her biological great-great-grandfather.

“We found a cluster of matches that tie Julia and her cousin to one man: Henry McDonald Mitchell Jr.,” the Harvard University professor noted.

The actress submitted a DNA test, which led to the revelation about her last name.

“So, we’re Mitchells?” Julia asked, with Gates then confirming that she is indeed “Julia Mitchell.”

In an even more scandalous twist, the “Finding Your Roots” host said Henry was married to a woman named Sarah, with whom he shared six children, when he dated Julia’s great-great-grandmother.

Her great-great-grandmother secretly had an affair with a man whose last name was not Roberts.
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“Truly my mind is blown,” the “Runaway Bride” star said.

“It is fascinating and, on the other hand, there’s, you know, part of me that, you know, that when I’m calmer, you know, can still wrap my arms around the idea that my family is my family.”

Julia then added that she does “prefer the name Roberts.”

Roberts’ name has become famous worldwide.
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“This was a very unexpected turn,” the aunt of actress Emma Roberts concluded.

The surprise revelation comes a few months after Julia divulged another fact about her family: Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, paid the hospital bill for her birth when her parents couldn’t afford it.

The “Erin Brockovich” star explained to Gayle King in October 2022 that her parents befriended the King family while living in Atlanta and running a theater school.

Julia’s famous family members include niece Emma Roberts and brother Eric Roberts.
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“One day, Coretta called my mother and asked if her kids could be part of the school because they were having a hard time finding a place that would accept her kids,” Julia said, referring to segregation in the 1960s.

“My mom was like, ‘Sure, come on over,’ and so they all just became friends, and they helped us out of a jam.”

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Florence Pugh isn’t done freeing the nipple on the red carpet.

Don’t worry darling – Miss Flo isn’t done freeing the nipple.

Florence Pugh stars on the cover of Vogue’s winter issue, and discussed that controversial sheer Valentino dress during her interview.

“I’ve never been scared of what’s underneath the fabric,” the “Little Women” actress told the glossy of the headline-making hot pink gown, which she wore to the Valentino Haute Couture show last July.

“If I’m happy in it, then I’m gonna wear it. Of course, I don’t want to offend people, but I think my point is: How can my nipples offend you that much?” Pugh, 26, asked.

The “Black Widow” actress went on to address the horrific comments she received from trolls.

The “Little Women” star received hate from trolls after wearing the gown.
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“It’s very important that we do this,” Pugh said.

“I know that some people might scoff at me saying that, but if a dress with my breasts peeking through is encouraging people to say, ‘Well, if you were to get raped, you would deserve it,’ it just shows me that there’s so much more work to do.”

Pugh — who didn’t let those social media critics stop her from stepping out in more see-through styles during her “Don’t Worry Darling” press tour — previously defended the polarizing couture in a lengthy Instagram post last summer.

The “Midsommar” star stunned in see-through Valentino.
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“It isn’t the first time and certainly won’t be the last time a woman will hear what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers, what’s worrying is just how vulgar some of you men can be,” she wrote at the time.

“So many of you wanted to aggressively let me know how disappointed you were by my ‘tiny tits’, or how I should be embarrassed by being so ‘flat chested’. I’ve lived in my body for a long time. I’m fully aware of my breast size and am not scared of it,” she added.

Pugh wore a number of sheer Valentino looks while doing “Don’t Worry Darling” press.
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Despite starring alongside heartthrobs Harry Styles and Timothée Chalamet and regularly rocking the red carpet, the “Midsommar” star also told Vogue she really is quite normal.

“Yes, I can put makeup on and look good for a premiere. But at the end of the day, I still have hair on the top of my lip and I still smell after a workout and I still get spots when I’m stressed,” she said.

Pugh appeared on the cover of Vogue and addressed her nipple-freeing number.
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It’s business as usual for the Waleses.

Prince William and Kate Middleton made a sartorial show of unity today as they officially opened a new hospital in matching navy-and-green outfits two days after Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir, “Spare,” hit shelves.

Arriving at Royal Liverpool University Hospital in Liverpool, England, the pair coordinated down to their waves as they smiled broadly at photographers waiting outside the state-of-the-art building, which replaced a four-decades-old hospital.

The Princess of Wales sported a Double-Breasted Coat ($913) in Blackwatch tartan from one of her recent go-to brands, Holland Cooper, along with a Cefinn Eva Wool Knit Maxi Dress ($353) in dark blue.

The royal couple looked perfectly in step as they arrived to the hospital.
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She also owns the long wool dress with blouson sleeves in black, a piece she was seen wearing while driving out of Windsor Castle following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September last year.

As for her stylish coat, Middleton has worn it twice so far, sporting it in photos released from a tree-planting event at Westminster Abbey last month as well as during a November 2021 video for the Royal British Legion.

The prince and princess were all smiles as they arrived at the new hospital in Liverpool.
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She kept the color scheme going with her Mulberry Small Amberley Bag ($1,035) in green, her navy Gianvito Rossi Suede Pumps ($508) and her often-worn sapphire-and-diamond drop earrings, accessorizing her dress with a navy leather belt.

Meanwhile, Prince William matched with his wife, wearing navy trousers and a matching blazer along with a green sweater layered on top of a dress shirt.

The princess looked chic in shades of blue and green today.
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During the visit, the couple visited with staff and patients, including some of the team members Prince William met on a video call in 2020.

This marks the Waleses’ first public appearance since Christmas, coming after the highly publicized release of Prince Harry’s bombshell book — and despite looking in high spirits today, royal sources told Page Six the couple was reeling from what the duke said about them in the tome.

Prince William placed a hand on his wife’s back as they approached a sea of people at the hospital.
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Tom Bower, author of “Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors,” revealed that the Princess of Wales was “outraged and hurt” upon reading the revelations in the book, while royal biographer Katie Nicholl said William was “privately seething and devastated by what Harry has done.”

No matter what’s going on behind closed doors, the couple is getting on with their royal work — and doing so in style.

Prince Harry’s book includes deeply personal stories about his exchanges with members of the royal family.
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Ashley Tisdale is opening up about her struggle with alopecia.

Ashley Tisdale has nothing to hide.

The “High School Musical” star opened up about her struggle with alopecia, an autoimmune disorder that causes hair loss, on Instagram Wednesday.

“Alopecia and hair loss are fairly common, but a lot of people feel embarrassed to talk about these issues,” Tisdale, 37, wrote in her caption.

“Any type of hair loss can affect your self-esteem, especially if you feel like you’re the only one going through it. That’s why I want to talk about it openly — because it’s nothing to be ashamed of.”

While the condition can be linked to hormones or heredity, she added, hers is “connected to stress overload.”

In a story posted on her lifestyle website, Frenshe, Tisdale elaborated further on her experience with alopecia — which began when she was in her early 20s — and how she manages the condition.

The Disney Channel alum pointed to platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment as being particularly helpful, writing, “It’s expensive and it is certainly not the most pleasant experience — it involves microneedling the scalp, after all — but it made my hair grow back amazingly fast, and research shows that it works.”

The “High School Musical” star explained that stress causes her alopecia.
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She also uses the Hairmax Laserband several times weekly to “stimulate [her] hair follicles,” as recommended by her hairstylist.

And to reduce stress, the mom of one turns to yoga, meditation and a mindful diet.

The mom of one said she’s figuring out ways to manage her stress.
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“Eating with a focus on gut health also helps me thrive,” Tisdale wrote, adding that following the autoimmune paleo diet — which is “full of vegetables, fruit, fermented foods, seafood, poultry and herbs” — for 30 days at a time has proven beneficial.

The “Hellcats” actress opened up on her wellness website.
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Princess Diana’s favorite fragrance became a special scent for Prince Harry, too.

In his recently released memoir, “Spare,” the Duke of Sussex recalled bringing a bottle of his mother’s “favorite” perfume to a therapy session while processing his grief following her untimely death.

“At the start of our session, I lifted the lid, took a deep sniff. Like a tab of LSD,” he wrote.

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Prince Harry revealed his connection to Princess Diana’s signature scent in “Spare.”

“I read somewhere that smell is our oldest sense, and that fitted with what I experienced in that moment, images rising from what felt like the most primal part of my brain.”

The scent in question? First by Van Cleef & Arpels ($125), which features key notes of hyacinth, rose, jasmine, amber and sandalwood.

Princess Diana was known for her love of fragrances, including this Van Cleef & Arpels scent.
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It’s far from the only fragrance loved by the royal family; Princess Diana’s favorites were also said to include Penhaligon’s Bluebell, Hermès 24 Faubourg ($168) and Houbigant Paris Quelques Fleurs ($105), the latter of which she wore for her 1981 nuptials.

“She always, always, always wore fragrance, which is a huge thing in a woman’s life,” her makeup artist, Mary Greenwall, told ABC News in 2014. “It’s kind of the final touch of beauty, walking out smelling divine and chic and individual.”

In “Spare,” Prince Harry reflects on the scents behind memories of his parents.
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In addition to Diana’s go-to scent, Prince Harry also referenced his father’s cologne — Dior Eau Sauvage ($112) — in his much-anticipated memoir, and recalled smelling it the night before his mother’s death in 1997.

“He was always sniffing things. Food, roses, our hair. He must’ve been a bloodhound in another life,” he wrote of (then-prince) King Charles III, adding that “maybe he took all those long sniffs because it was hard to smell anything over his personal scent. Eau Sauvage.”

Prince Harry’s much-awaited memoir was released Tuesday.
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Continued Harry, “Flowery, with a hint of something harsh, like pepper or gunpowder, it was made in Paris. Said so on the bottle. Which made me think of Mummy.”