updated 07/08/1996 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 07/08/1996 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Friends stars Matthew Perry (left) and Lisa Kudrow (right, in blue glasses) have been keeping busy this summer. Perry was in New York City shooting a scene for Fools Rush In, a romantic comedy with Salma Hayek, while Kudrow and Mira Sorvino made like Thelma and Louise in L.A., where they were filming Romy and Michelle, a comedy. Both movies are due next year.
Model Ivanka Trump (above), 14, and mom Ivana were basic in black for a pre-Ascot party at their London digs. The next day, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber pulled off a hat trick with wife Madeleine and daughter Imogen, 19, at the veddy British race, where Webber's colt Struggler lived up to its name, failing to win, place or show.
The brothers Baldwin (from left, Daniel, Stephen and William) took their cue from E!'s Julie Brown (left) at Pool Aid in L.A., a charity event that raised over $55,000 for AIDS Project L.A.
Jennifer Lopez (Money Train) and Becky Lee Meza, 10, did double duty in L.A., announcing they'll costar as Selena in a biopic about the slain Tejano singer, set to film in August.
The ever-cool John Travolta drew plenty of heat in Manhattan, where he was mobbed by fans outside his hotel en route to an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman. In his romantic comedy, Phenomenon, due July 3, Travolta plays an auto mechanic struck by sudden genius.
Twins Tia and Tamera Mowry, costars of WB's Sister, Sister, had twice the fun at their graduation from Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, Calif. This fall, the two head for Pepper-dine University.
A jeans-clad Princess Diana turned up at Eton College in Berkshire, England, to surprise Prince William on his 14th birthday. Wills took a brief break from year-end exams to take tea with Mum.