Doing their thing
While Princess Diana was enjoying a three-day tour of Vienna, her sister-in-aw, Anne (top), was doing her own royal dirty work in a downpour. The dauntless equestrienne rode 5-year-old Salmon Run through a quagmire at Cheltenham. Unfortunately, the Princess came away wearing the turf, finishing in 10th place. Dry Di turned up in other kinds of silks to meet the Vienna Boys Choir, which gave a concert in her honor at the Augarten Palace.
Maxwell Caulfield was jilted by his new wife on ABC's The Colbys, but in real life he's enduring no such marital trauma. Caulfield, 26, appeared with his wife of five years, actress Juliet Mills, 44, at the wrap party for the show held in L.A.'s Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
Carly Simon and her steady, drummer Russ Kunkél, showed their many faces at a Manhattan party celebrating the Broadway opening of Social Security. The comedy was written by Simon's pal Andrew Bergman and directed by another chum, Mike Nichols.
Penn pals go public
Surly Sean Penn and wife Madonna
usually keep their distance from everyone but each other. But the pair—with the new-look Madonna
resembling a cross between Marilyn Monroe and Linda Ronstadt—was more than gracious to photographers in L.A. when they turned up for the premiere of Penn's movie At Close Range. Though he stars without wifey, Madonna
wasn't completely left out: She sings the theme song Live to Tell.