Alan Thicke’s Cause of Death Has Been Confirmed

Alan Thicke‘s cause of death has been confirmed.

The iconic actor died of a “ruptured aorta” and a “standard type A aortic dissection,” according to Thicke’s official death certificate obtained by PEOPLE. The document states that Thicke died mere minutes after his aorta ruptured.

Last week, the Canadian native complained of chest pains while playing hockey with his youngest son, Carter, at Pickwick Gardens skating rink in Burbank, California. Shortly after being taken to the hospital, Thicke had died. He was 69 years old.

Thicke, largely known for his years on the hit sitcom Growing Pains, as well as his family, has been getting an overwhelmingly amount of love and support from stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Candace Cameron Bure, Leah Remini and more.

On Sunday, Thicke’s family – including his three sons Brennan, 41, Robin, 39, and Carter, 19 – gathered with family and friends to pay tribute to star.

Thicke’s daughter-in-law Dolly – who is married to Brennan, took to Facebook to describe the scene at the memorial. Attendees included the Growing Pains cast, Bob Saget, Bill Maher, Alex Trebek and more.

“Tonight’s memorial for Alan was just about perfect,” Dolly wrote on Sunday. “So much family and so many historic friends came out to remember our beloved father-figure.”

She added: “We heard from our own Robin Thicke who brought up all dear dad’s best friends, Bob Saget, Bill Maher, Alex Trebec who I had no idea had such old deep ties to our family, the entire cast of Growing Pains including Leo and Kirk Cameron who I had the pleasure of meeting for the first time, along with his wife who became an instant friend.”

On Tuesday, Thicke’s wife, Callau Thicke, broke her silence in a statement to PEOPLE, stressing her and her family’s need for privacy at this time.

“It is with gut wrenching sadness and unbelievable grief that I thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for the outpouring of love and support during this unimaginable time,” Thicke, 41, said in her statement. “Through tears and smiles our dearest of family and friends came together at our home to celebrate the life of my sweet and devoted husband Alan Thicke.”

She concluded: “Yesterday, along with my step sons and our combined extended family, we laid my beloved husband, soul mate and the patriarch of our family to rest. We ask that you respect our privacy during this time of profound mourning.”

Kobe Bryant Shares First Photo of Daughter Bianka Bella

Introducing Bianka Bella!

Kobe Bryant shared the first photo of his newborn daughter on Instagram Wednesday. “@vanessabryant and I are beyond excited to welcome our newest baby girl, Bianka!!” the proud dad captioned the adorable photo of his 16-day-old little Mamba.

Bryant, 38, and his wife Vanessa, 34, welcomed their third daughter on Dec. 5 in Newport Beach, California. The couple are already parents to Gianna, 10, and Natalia, 13.

In his latest post, the retired NBA player also revealed that the couple’s third child weighed in at 7 lbs., 5 oz. and measured 20 inches at birth.

The Bryants shared the news of their third daughter on the way in July with matching Instagram photos of a onesie reading “Baby Mamba,” accompanied by a glittery red bow and a pair of tiny Nike Kobe sneakers.

And in September, the couple enjoyed a baby shower among family and friends in Los Angeles.

Jane Fonda Celebrates 79th Birthday Supporting Standing Rock with Lily Tomlin and Frances Fisher

Jane Fonda returned to her activist roots for her 79th birthday on Wednesday in Los Angeles when she appeared at a rally with famous friends Lily Tomlin, Frances Fisher and Catherine Keener.

The Grace and Frankie star marched alongside her friends and labor leader Dolores Huerta to stand in solidarity with the people of Standing Rock against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

The #BankExit movement promotes the idea of moving money out of big banks and into local credit unions.

Fonda was treated to a cake and the “Happy Birthday Song” by Fisher and Tomlin. The actress has deep roots in activism. She made waves in the early 1970s when she shared her dissenting opinion about the Vietnam War.

In 1972, she traveled to Hanoi, Vietnam and posed in an infamous photo where she sat on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft battery. She was called “Hanoi Jane” after the incident.

In May, the Monster-in-Law actress talked to AARP The Magazine about rethinking her approach to acting.

“Last year I thought, ‘I can’t very well leave the business now and never come back. Maybe I should find out what’s up.’ So I went into therapy and got an acting coach,” she said.

“It’s really scary when you’re looking at it from the outside,” Fonda continued. “When you’re inside it, it’s not scary at all. You feel better.”

She added: “If you’d told me when I was 20 or 30 that I’d be happier at 70, I would’ve said to you, ‘You’re out of your mind.’”

The Game's Request For New Trial Denied For Now

The Game won’t be getting his sexual assault judgment of $7 million reduced, and he won’t be getting a new trial either … for now, at least. A judge shot down Game’s request to reduce the damages he was ordered to pay after losing his sexual…