Prince, Pitt. Pitt, Prince. Perhaps not. But Brad Pitt
was certainly psyched when he met Prince Charles at the London premiere of Legends of the Fall. Afterward, Pitt, who attended with his girlfriend, actress Gwyneth Paltrow
(daughter of actress Blythe Danner), said, "It's history, right? For me, that is, not him." At the same event, Pierce Brosnan (below), in England filming his debut as the new 007, squired his real-life Bond girl, journalist Keely Shaye-Smith.
Supermodel Beverly Peele let her 19-month-old daughter, Cairo (whose father is Peele's husband, music producer Jeffrey Alexander), take a turn in the makeup chair during a family carnival that raised funds for the Children's Museum of Manhattan.
To be or not to be present at the opening night party for his Hamlet on Broadway was never in question for Ralph Fiennes, who brought his wife, actress Alex Kingston, along to help him celebrate the rave reviews both he and the production received upon transferring from the London stage. The Schindler's List and Quiz Show star will be doing his Dane in New York City through late July.
We can't vouch for his karma, but Boy George had the chameleon part down pat—though the beard is fake, that's his own hair—at a party in London to celebrate the publication of his autobiography, Take It Like a Man, just out in England.
Sharon Lawrence gave in to prenuptial hysteria while scouting gowns in L.A. for her NYPD Blue character, assistant DA Sylvia Costas, to wear when Costas walks down the aisle with Det. Andy Sipowicz (Dennis Franz) in the series' May 23 season finale.
Well-wheeled Harrison Ford and costar Julia Ormond spent a week on the streets of Martha's Vineyard filming scenes for Sabrina, a remake of the 1954 movie that starred Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn.
At the White House Correspondents dinner in Washington, MTV newshound Tabitha Soren (center) and veejay Kennedy held a summit with senior presidential adviser George Stephanopoulos. Soren reports she "hit George up for an interview with Hillary."
The sisters Wagner, all grown now, caught up over dinner at Drai's, an L.A. eatery. They are, from left, artist Courtney, 20, daughter of Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood; TV personality Katie, 30, daughter of Wagner and actress Marion Marshall; and actress Natasha Gregson, 24, daughter of Wood and producer Richard Gregson (she was later adopted by Wagner).
, in faux leopard, proved that small dogs and big cats can coexist as she strolled with her new Chihuahua, Chiquita, in Manhattan. In the past two months, she has switched agents twice—from CAA to William Morris to ICM—in what some suspect is an attempt to jump-start her film career.
The hulk and the hunk: Cousins-in-law Arnold Schwarzenegger and John Kennedy Jr. saw eye to eye at a gala benefit for the American Ballet Theatre in New York City. The dance company was a favorite cause of John's late mother, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.