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A Soiree Bouquet for breast cancer research…A preview of Safe Horizon’s gala…things you need to know about King Richard I, the Lion Heart.

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Jerry Seinfeld’s wife, Jessica, Chris Rock’s wife, Malaak, and Dan Lufkin’s wife, Cynthia, will give a party along with Calvin Klein at his Madison Avenue store on April 25 to kick off the 25th anniversary of Safe Horizon’s champion awards. Safe Horizon is the nation’s leading victim assistance organization and helps more than 350,000 New Yorkers every year. The award will be presented to Bruce Klatsky, ceo of Phillips-Van Heusen, which just acquired Calvin Klein, and Louis Camilleri, ceo of Altria, on May 6 at the Waldorf. Cynthia Lufkin is chairman of the evening and among those lending their support for the big do are Tom Brokaw, Bette Midler and Ed Koch. Among the committee members are Tara Rockefeller, Karen LeFrak, Nicole Miller, Cornelia Guest, Diana Quasha and Brooke McMurray, Safe Horizon’s chairman of the board. The junior chairmen are Lydia and Gillian Hearst, who are both young and fashionable. Oh, and loaded.

Princess Stephanie of Monaco can’t seem to get the circus out of her blood. Friends of the family say she is now dating not one, but two circus acrobats. You all remember her last big affair was when she ran away to live with Franco Knie and travel with his Swiss Circus. As for her brother, Prince Albert, he’s still on the high wire as far as choosing a bride.

Angelina Jolie has pledged $5 million over the next 15 years to create a 50,000-acre wildlife sanctuary in Cambodia that will restore the forested areas and protect wildlife. Angelina has also bought a house in Cambodia so that Maddox, her 18-month-old adopted Cambodian-born son, will grow up knowing his native roots. She has hired a Cambodian tutor so that they both can learn his native language. It sounds like a good way to keep the family secrets secret.
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