updated 05/22/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 05/22/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Steven Spielberg videotaped mom Leah Adler kibitzing with his siblings after she received the Mother of the Year award from Helping Hand, a volunteer group at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A. The sisters Spielberg are (from left): Nancy, Sue and Anne. "We breathe each other's air," says Adler, 75, of her close-knit brood. Her son, she adds, has been the family documentarian "since he was a Boy Scout."
In tiny Monaco (postal code 98000), Beverly Hills, 90210's Luke Perry (above) quaffed mineral water after working up a thirst cohosting the World Music Awards with Claudia Schiffer. Also traveling to Monte Carlo for the awards, which will air May 30 on ABC, were spicy Salt-N-Pepa (below, from left, Sandi Denton, Dee Dee Roper and Cheryl James, along with James's daughter Corin, 3), who headed for the beach after rehearsing for their performance of their hit single "Whatta Man."
Sometimes a kiss is just a kiss, and that certainly appeared to be the case as Prince Charles, in his first public appearance since Christmas with separated spouse Princess Diana, pecked her perfunctorily on each cheek, Continental-style (inset), as the two bid adieu after attending the celebration marking the 50th anniversary of World War II's Victory in Europe Day in London's Hyde Park (above) with their little princes William, 12, and Harry, 10. Also there to see the bonfires, fireworks and Royal Air Force flybys were Queen Elizabeth and 54 world leaders.
Raising the glamor quotient considerably for all Americans abroad, Paul Newman and Newman's Own, Joanne Woodward, took time out for a relaxed stroll and a little window shopping while on holiday in London. The couple marked their 37th wedding anniversary this past January.
Timothy Hutton (right) escorted his new steady, Uma Thurman, to the Los Angeles opening of his latest film, French Kiss, a romantic comedy starring Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline. At the same event, Kevin Costner (far left) managed a quick tête-à-tête with Meg's husband, Dennis Quaid.
Jerry Lewis, now heating up Broadway as the Devil in Damn Yankees, teamed up with his castmates for a wheely big warmup before a Broadway Show League softball game in New York City's Central Park. Lewis didn't actually take to the field for the game, which may explain why the Damn Yankees team lost to the (Oh, laaady!) Kiss of the Spider Woman crew.