Star Tracks

updated 12/03/1990 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 12/03/1990 AT 01:00 AM EST

Such royal drama! England's Prince Charles, 42 (above, at right), teamed with Monty Python alum John Cleese, 51, to make a comic video about the environment. "He certainly makes me laugh," said Cleese of his partner. With equal flourish, the Queen Mum, 90, unveiled a statue of Sir Winston and Lady Churchill at Chartwell, the couple's former residence.

Bruce Springsteen, 41, at a charity gig in L.A. with Jackson Browne, 42, and Bonnie Raitt, 41, dedicated a new song, "Redheaded Woman," to his "favorite" redheads—Raitt and Patti Scialfa.

When his People for the American Way organization honored Norman Lear, 68 (right), at its 10th-anniversary awards dinner in Manhattan, the TV producer snuggled between two of his best-known leading ladies, Bea (Maude) Arthur, 64, and Jean (All in the Family) Stapleton, 67. Also on hand: rocker Don Henley, 43, and his Malibu neighbor, Gale Anne Hurd, 35, who produced Aliens.

Environmental lawyer-advocate Bobby Kennedy Jr., 36 (right), hung with folkie Taj Mahal, 48, at Roxy's Bistro in New York City, following a Taj Mahal-James Taylor-Joan Baez benefit concert.

David Letterman sidekick Paul Shaffer, 41, and his new bride, TV talent coordinator Cathy Vasapoli, 35, joined those honoring rocker Jon Bon Jovi at the Silver Clef Awards in New York City.

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