updated 08/07/1989 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 08/07/1989 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Retro-romantics Paul Simon and Carrie Fisher (their 1983 marriage lasted less than a year), who've been keeping company again, caught Dustin Hoffman's The Merchant of Venice in London.
Bridget Fonda, Peter's daughter, brought fiancé Lee Drysdale, a British screenwriter, to the L.A. premiere of her new film, Shag: The Movie. Though engaged for a year, they haven't set a date yet.
Conspicuously trendy former Family Ties regular Tina Yothers went joyriding with her steady, actor Patrick Dancy, at a party promoting Splash Mountain, a new attraction at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif.
Former Miss America Suzette Charles, whose romance with heavyweight champ Mike Tyson seems to be on again, was beaming in Atlantic City as Tyson hastily KO'd Carl "the Truth" Williams.
In Harlem, Late Night bandleader Paul Shaffer sharpened his motor skills—and flirted with some models—while making the video "When the Radio Is On," a song from his new LP, Coast to Coast.
While Mick Jagger rehearsed for the Rolling Stones' fall tour, girlfriend Jerry (Batman) Hall and their children, Elizabeth Scarlett, 5, and James, 3, left London for Dublin and the Irish Derby.
Princess Beatrice, Fergie and Prince Andrew's baby (she turns 1 on Aug. 8), took her first public steps while at a polo match near London. Mum and Dad were in Canada and missed Bea's feet accompli.