Princess Caroline brought la vie en rose to Monte Carlo when she and her father, Prince Rainier, hosted the annual Bal de la Rose, a fund-raiser for the Princess Grace Foundation. The gala is always at the top of Monaco's spring social calendar.
, minus the black Zorro-like mask he wears through most of Don Juan DeMarco, squired his waifish steady, Kate Moss
, to the comedy's L.A. premiere. The opening also drew costars Marlon Brando and Faye Dunaway.
British model (and aspiring actress) Laura Bailey appeared to be Richard Gere's pretty woman of the moment as the pair left a London restaurant. Gere has since returned to L.A., where he's preparing for his next film, a courtroom drama called Primal Fear.
Carly Simon stopped commuters in their tracks at New York City's Grand Central Terminal, where she taped a TV special for Lifetime (airing May 21). The show included her new single, "Touched by the Sun," though "You're So Train" might have been appropriate.
NYPD Blue's gruff cop Dennis Franz wed businesswoman Joanie Zeck, his steady of 13 years, on April 1 in Carmel, Calif. Blue costars Jimmy Smits and Nicholas Turturro were among the 130 guests. "The ceremony was so romantic," attests the new missus. "I think everybody was crying."
The unsinkable Debbie Reynolds shared her 63rd birthday and the opening of her Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Movie Museum, housed inside her eponymous hotel and casino in Las Vegas, with fans, friends and family, including her son Todd Fisher. The museum displays Reynolds's extensive collection of costumes, props and memorabilia from Hollywood's Golden Age.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and daughter Chelsea, 15, added to the bench strength of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, the 17th-century mausoleum which Chelsea called "the embodiment of the fairy-tale palace," during their 12-day goodwill tour of five countries in South Asia.
Ric Ocasek and model wife Paulina Porizkova brushed up on history at the New York City premiere of Jefferson in Paris. Porizkova's art-house film, Arizona Dream, is now playing in Manhattan.
Despite appearances, it was still one man, one vote in the House when Speaker Newt Gingrich welcomed SNL's Chris Farley, whose Newt impression showed his talent for gavels humor.