Backseat to royalty
On their swing through the States, Monaco's royal Grimaldis limoed around New York and supped with Cary Grant and Gregory Peck in L.A. But when Princess Caroline and son Andrea arrived in Key West, Fla., they seemed ready to go native. Their mode of transportation was, if not exactly pedestrian, only slightly more inflated.
First there was Band Aid, then Live Aid, then Farm Aid. Now comes the considerably less inspiring Hell's Angels aid, in the form of a fund raiser held at Manhattan's Limelight to raise money for 33 members of the motorcycle club who were arrested last May, mostly on drug and weapons charges. Among the guests were singer Joan Jett, pictured on a chopper, and Angel official Gus Christie.
Mick Jagger and his steady, Jerry Hall, have yet to make it to church to be pronounced man and wife, but they did appear at London's St. Mary Abbots church for the christening of their second child, 2-month-old James Leroy Augustin Jagger. After the ceremony, the trio slipped out a side door and into a Bentley.
Not very bunny
Enterprising British butcher Barry Onslow had hoped his sign would help make hare today gone tomorrow, but mostly it just made noncarnivorous rabbit fanciers rabid. "The sign was offensive," said an animal protection agency spokesman. Onslow, who lives in Kidderminster, was unrepentant. "We like a bit of a laugh," he said.