Sweden’s crown princess travels…Celebrating with the French…Russell Crowe diets…Zara Phillips makes up…Gisele Bündchen sings.

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The Pavilion of the Two Sisters is modeled after a traditional European orangerie with tall arched windows and French doors leading to the Botanical Gardens. Friends of Blerancourt will be coming to dine there from Atlanta, New York, Paris, Birmingham, Dallas, Mount Desert Island and even Katonah.

After a nine-month separation, Zara Phillips, the 21-year-old daughter of Princess Anne and the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth, and her 25-year-old jockey boyfriend Richard Johnson have kissed and made up, literally. Zara planted a lingering kiss on the lips of her little man in the winner’s circle of the big race on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival in England. He picked up a $250,000 prize and Zara couldn’t hold back her enthusiasm. Some say that the two of them are planning to move back together into the home they shared until their split last summer and that they are talking marriage. After being in love for three years, they’ve just cleared that one last little hurdle that had driven them apart.

Gisele Bündchen can sing — who knew? Last month, she made an audience in Brazil sit up and take notice when she picked up a microphone and sang along with Brazilian star Daniela Mercury. Gisele has become close to the Spanish movie director Pedro Almodóvar, who would love to make her his next star following in the footsteps of Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas. Dear Gisele, Dear Pedro.
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