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The Giles Brophys of racing renown are either on the verge or already divorced. The couple first came to notice in the horse world a few years ago when their Strike the Gold won the Blue Grass Stakes and then went on to capture the...

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Already making an impact on British sidewalks -- the Flintstone Sandal. It's a tie-at-the-ankle leather number with a wooden clog base, and it's predicted to be the big hit of the summer when Steven Spielberg's "The Flintstones" movie arrives on the big screen. Yabba-dabba-SHOE!

Europa and The Bull: If the Italians didn't already have enough to scandalize about, now they're gossiping that Oliver Stone is so enamoured of top Italian model Evelina Manna he's desperately seeking a new film project in which to star his Manna from heaven. Take all this with a grain of pesto, and don't call me in the morning.

Sexy sexagenarian Sandra Milo -- she was one of Fellini's favorites -- who rocked rocky Italy recently with her insistence on becoming a mommy in her 61st year, now seems set on a different kind of physical change, a nose job. No diapers.

And if you believe the rumblings of the Roman press, the reason Nastassja Kinski still isn't divorced from her husband Ibrahim Moussa and married to Quincy Jones is because the official certificate of separation, supposedly lodged under lock and key, has mysteriously disappeared from the courts there. Without it, everything must stay on hold. What will they think of next?

If King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain are breathing a bit easier these days it may be because Isabel Sartorius, the long-time love of their son, Crown Prince Felipe, is now a twosome with handsome young Italian industrialist Ugo Peretti. The European press has been writing for months that Juan Carlos and Sofia didn't consider Isabel quite the ticket even if Felipe did -- and Ugo does.

Some of New York's most glamorous women will kick up their heels -- in designer cowboy boots of course, on June 7 at Denim and Diamonds. "The City Slickers," a newly formed group, will make their debut appearance in a line dance performance, the main attraction at "City Slickers Dance for the Children" to benefit Childhelp USA. Georgette Mosbacher and Kelly Day are the fearless chairmen of the evening, and Donna Hanover Giuliani is the honorary chairman. The high-steppin' troupe begins rehearsals next month and includes such hoedowners as Patty Raynes, Barbara Bancroft, Marina Palma, Anne Bass, Lyn Paulsin, Pauline Boardman, Liz Mezzacappa, Cornelia Bregman, Mary Meehan and Sale Johnson. Be still, my achy breaky heart.
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