updated 01/27/1986 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 01/27/1986 AT 01:00 AM EST
Christina Onassis Roussel celebrated her 35th birthday in Paris with a bash at Maxim's, then took to the slopes near her St. Moritz villa with 11-month-old daughter Athina, the only offspring of her four marriages. Husband Thierry Roussel was away, reportedly on business, so Christina took ski lessons for the first time in years.
Vanessa Redgrave was out promoting her NBC miniseries, Peter the Great, but the buzz at the L.A. press conference was about her hair. Vanessa cut it for her next TV movie, Second Serve, about transsexual tennis star Renée Richards. So to Peter's producers, the interest in Redgrave was sort of a backhanded compliment.
In L.A. to guest-star on The A-Team, Boy took time out to meet girl for dinner. George, 24, posed with his 17-year-old sister, Siobhan O'Dowd, at a Thai restaurant, where it was clear that even after his appearance on TV's "uncultured club," he still wears the mascara in his family.
Spirit of dé-tent
In a coy counterattack to President Reagan's put-downs, Libya's Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, 43, introduced women journalists to wife Safia, 32, and three of his seven children (from left: Aisha, 8, Khamis, 2½, and Safir al Arab, 4) in their quilted quarters by the shores of Tripoli. "I was raised in a tent," Gaddafi said, explaining the humble home, which nonetheless is equipped with TV and VCR. Gaddafi says he'd like the kids to become doctors.
Pregnant Tatum O'Neal, 23, was a glowing yards-of-material girl in the lobby of Atlanta's Omni International Hotel a few hours before boyfriend John McEnroe, 26, lost to Ivan Lendl in straight sets at the AT&T Challenge tournament. Mac then decided to skip the post-tournament party. It seems Tatum is showing and John is a no-show.