updated 02/17/1997 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 02/17/1997 AT 01:00 AM EST
Drew Barrymore showed off her fake small-fry-in-the-making while taking a break from filming Home Fries, a romantic comedy, in Coupland, Texas. Barry-more bellied up with prosthetics to play an eight-months-pregnant woman involved in a star-crossed triangle.
Proving that she can play with fire, Mick Jagger's missus, Jerry Hall, showed remarkable skillet appearing on a TV variety show in Suffolk, England. "I don't want to get too good," Hall said of her culinary skills, "in case Mick finds out and has me cooking for him all the time."
All My Children lovebirds Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos celebrated the ABC soap's 7,000th episode (airing Feb. 12) at a party in Manhattan. Married in real life, the couple are expecting the first of all their own children in late May.
'Twas a midwinter night's dream for Al Pacino (right) when Prince Charles attended the London premiere of Looking for Richard, Pacino's lighthearted documentary about mounting a production of Shakespeare's drama Richard III. Also on Bard for the evening were Pacino's longtime ladylove, Australian director Lyndall Hobbs, and Richard costar Kevin Spacey.
Golfing phenom Tiger Woods (above, left) teamed with Tin Cup's Kevin Costner (above and top right) at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am tournament in Pebble Beach, Calif., where amateur swingers Jack Lemmon (top left) and Bill Murray (right) also hit the links. But it wasn't all fore fun: "I try to win every tournament I enter," Woods told The New York Times. He and Costner, however, finished sixth in the event won by actor Andy Garcia and pro Paul Stankowski.
Richard Gere snuggled with pretty woman Laura Bailey, a British model who has been seen in his company before, at Manhattan's Spy Bar. The pair came to check out the pipes of Leona Naess, a singer who is Diana Ross's stepdaughter. Gere next tracks an assassin in The Jackal, a thriller due this fall.
Crooner Vic Damone, 68, who dropped out of Brooklyn's Lafayette High School in 1945, finally received a high school diploma from Lafayette principal Rosemarie B. Ferrara on Feb. 3. "You have no idea how much money I've lost signing contracts I couldn't read," Damone quipped to his fellow graduates. "Now I can go to college."