Two notable invitees missed the recent London launch of the first authorized biography of Princess Diana: her sons, princes William, 22, and Harry, 19. "They had a prior commitment but they sent their best wishes for the event," says a palace spokeswoman. No official word on where they were, but William was spotted out with pals later the same evening at trendy London nightclub Boujis. Also missing was Diana's brother, Charles Spencer – though he is quoted in the book, Diana: The Portrait, written with the help of more than 200 interviews with her friends and family (and excerpted in the Sept. 6 issue of PEOPLE). Proceeds from the book will benefit the charities to which Princess Diana was devoted.
Fans of NBC's drama Las Vegas, rejoice: You have more interesting cameos to look forward to this season (premiering Sept. 13). "Jon Lovitz was there for one. Black Eyed Peas will be there. Alec Baldwin's coming back," says the show's star Josh Duhamel, who is back at work after a relaxing summer vacation. What'd he do? "I got eight weeks off. I went to Costa Rica. I went home and visited family and friends for a few weeks," he tells us. "Then I, funnily enough, went to Vegas with some friends." Naturally we wanted to know what he did in Las Vegas. "I can't tell you that. Are you kidding me? I went with friends," he says. C'mon, you can tell us...
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Adam Sandler, having breakfast with a female companion at L.A.'s Normandie Cafe.
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