Elizabeth Hurley takes it down a notch...Gisele Bündchen’s and Leonardo DiCaprio’s love nest...Big, beautiful bones, no hormones

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Elizabeth Hurley donned a dramatic, wide-brimmed, champagne-colored picture hat festooned with feathers and chiffon roses to go with her pink-and-tan Chanel suit — with its white lace cuffs and flounces — to wear to the wedding of Zoe Appleyard, the London investment banker, and Sven Ley, the heir to the Escada fashion empire, at Austria’s Salzburg Cathedral. Naturally, she was impossible to miss.

Her adorable two-year-old son, Damian, was a pageboy in a hunter green, velvet jacket and white knickers, and completing the picture was Hurley’s fiancé, Arun Nayar, who traded in his usual Nehru jacket for a morning suit. Among the 500 guests at the weeklong affair were Princess Caroline of Monaco and her husband, Prince Ernst of Austria; Gunilla Bismarck, and tennis ace Boris Becker. Gone are the days when Hurley shocked the crowd at the 1998 wedding of her friends, Henry Dent-Brocklehurst and Lili Maltese, wearing a red dress so scanty you could see her leopard-print underwear. Oh, my goodness.


Leonardo DiCaprio and Gisele Bündchen seem to be more in love than ever and one hears they are looking for a love nest in the hills of Beverly Hills. They’ve also visited a jewelry store to check out sparkling baubles and their friends say they’re still planning a late-summer or fall wedding in São Paulo, Brazil, where the supermodel’s five sisters — Patricia, Raquel, Graziela, Gabriela and Rafaela — are looking around for just the right spot for the deed to be done. As ever, time will tell.


Johnny Depp and his longtime girlfriend, the French actress, Vanessa Paradis, already have two children: a girl and a boy, ages 4 and 2. But John Boy claims he would like to have more — as many as 100, if she’d let him. I hope he’s kidding and that she doesn’t have to run for her life. Why, the sweet things aren’t even married.
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