updated 05/05/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 05/05/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Spy game: Brad Pitt gazed adoringly at the missus, Jennifer Aniston, during a gala benefit that raised $1.5 million for Lou Gehrig's disease in L.A. The actor presented an award to his business partner, TV producer Brad Grey, and Aniston read a piece by Jennifer Estess, a Project ALS cofounder.
The kids wore all white: Gwen Stefani and rocker hubby Gavin Rossdale found splendor in the grass at a London park. On hiatus from her band, the No Doubt singer is designing L.A.M.B., her new clothing line, and working on a solo album.
While mama Madonna promoted her latest CD, American Life, her kids' fathers drew babysitting duty in New York City: Carlos Leon and daughter Lourdes, 6, had a ball, while hubby Guy Ritchie and son Rocco, 2, shared hat-felt feelings.
Bunny tale: Woody Allen and wife Soon-Yi Previn took their daughters, Bechet Dumaine (right), 4, and Manzie Tio, 3, to the Easter Parade in Manhattan. The director unveils his new film, a comedy entitled Anything Else, in September.
In London actress Sadie Frost kept her chin up with the help of 7-month-old son Rudy as hubby Jude Law sat by her side. Asked if the couple have resolved their recent marital woes, the actor's rep says only, "They are coparents of four beautiful children."
Trying times: Even dressed down in sweats, shades and sun hat, Debra Messing couldn't quite blend in with the crowd while trawling for bargains at a West Hollywood flea market with her Coton de Tulear, Laila.
Pride and boy: Kelly Ripa capped off an outing with her 7-week-old son Joaquin in New York City. Says his pop, actor Mark Consuelos: "He likes to listen to the Buena Vista Social Club. He likes a lot of Latin music."
During a White Stripes gig in Manhattan, fringed frontman Jack White joined an un-bridaled Loretta Lynn and her band to sing "Fist City" and "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man."
"It was sexy and magical," says Extra's Dayna Devon of her April 19 wedding to plastic surgeon Brent Moelleken in Napa Valley, Calif., where 80 guests dined in a cave.
Where's the fire? Striking a contemplative pose, Renée Zellweger took a breather while window-shopping in West Hollywood. She next portrays a lovelorn author in Down with Love, a romantic comedy costarring Ewan McGregor, due in May.