updated 04/10/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 04/10/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
While in London to promote his latest film, Outbreak, Dustin Hoffman and wife Lisa played what only we Yanks call soccer, in Hyde Park, with son Max and (camera-shy) daughter Alexandra, two of their four children. Outbreak, a medical thriller, has been No. 1 at the U.S. box office for three weeks in a row.
Singer-songwriter Siedah Garrett (she cowrote Michael Jackson's hit "Man in the Mirror") gleefully took license with her vanity plate outside a Los Angeles restaurant, where she was among the guests attending an ASCAP lunch in honor of music master Quincy Jones.
Denise Matthews, formerly known as Vanity (the protege of the pop Priapus formerly known as Prince), altered her state of address when she met (on Feb. 24) and married (on March 26) L.A. Raiders defensive end Anthony Smith in Playa del Rey, Calif. Matthews is now a born-again Christian evangelist.
Actor Ed Begley Jr. adjusted a pair of specs, donated by glassy lady Geena Davis, on a woman in Acaxochitlán, Mexico. Begley was acting as a volunteer for Give the Gift of Sight, a Cincinnati-based program that collects, repairs and distributes used eyeglasses throughout the world.
While vacationing at chic St. Barthélemy in the Caribbean, Maria Maples Trump, if only by example, taught daughter Tiffany, 18 months, that you can never be too rich or too thin. (Fashion note for aspiring bathing beauties: Mother and daughter are wearing matching ankle bracelets.)