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Kate Moss, so they say, has quietly reconciled with her ex, Jefferson Hack. They have found their own “design for living,” so to speak, which not only includes their 18-month-old daughter, Lila Grace, but Kate’s current boyfriend, 36-year-old Daniel Craig, who played Ted Hughes to Gwyneth Paltrow’s Sylvia Plath in last year’s “Sylvia.”

After months of quarrels and disagreements, Jefferson left Kate’s house in London and moved to his own place nearby for the sake of his little girl and his friendship with Kate. The supermodel made her first public appearance with Craig last week at an Alexander McQueen fashion show, but privately, the new-two have been inseparable on trips to India and New York. In what could be playing both ends against the middle, Kate, Jefferson and Lila Grace went on holiday to Mustique last month and have been seen on cozy dinner dates around London. Does Kate believe the old psalm that love is better the second time around?


Scarlett Johansson, 19, is complaining that she has only had screen romances with men twice her age and hopes that will change soon to “out with the old and in with the new.” So far, she’s played opposite Bill Murray, 53; Colin Firth, 43, and Billy Bob Thornton, 48. She says, “I usually have love scenes with older men, and it really would be nice to try it with a younger guy.” She has a role in the upcoming “Mission Impossible: 3,” with Tom Cruise and Kenneth Branagh, but that doesn’t quite cut it, as these golden oldies are both in their hoary forties. Maybe Scarlett’s next one, “The Black Dahlia,” directed by Brian De Palma and co-starring Josh Hartnett, 25, and Mark Wahlberg, 33, will make the baby girl feel like throwing herself into the part.

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