Frosty relations, with and without Nicole Kidman, the London Symphony Orchestra celebrates, mealtime at Tiffany.

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Jude Law’s estranged wife, Sadie Frost (remember when he called her his "sexy Sadie?") is saying she is petrified at the idea of not being able to reconcile with her husband and at the thought of being a single mother. Is she really that worried that Nicole Kidman, as the rumors run, has that much to do with it? Anyhow, Sadie and Jude have four children, including a four-month-old baby. Tomorrow night, Sadie goes on the BBC in England to say, "I come from a family where my own parents split up three times, so all I’ve ever wanted is to be normal — to be a good parent in an environment that is loving and nurturing." If you’re in showbiz, that’s not so easy. If wishes were horses, maybe even actors could ride.

Meanwhile, Kidman’s ex-husband, Tom Cruise, has been joined by Penélope Cruz in New Zealand, where he’s filming "The Last Samurai." They are ensconced in a luxurious mansion on New Zealand’s North Island along with Tom and Nicole’s children. When not on the set, they are touring volcanoes, waterfalls and beautiful vistas. No word yet on a wedding.

Sad but true: It’s all over between Kate Beckinsale and her lover Michael Sheen. They have been together for nine years and have a four-year-old daughter. Kate has been in Prague filming the vampire movie, "Van Helsing," with Hugh Jackman, while Michael is in London preparing to star in the title role of "Caligula" by Albert Camus. The split is supposed to be mutual. At least, they’ve left Nicole Kidman out of it.

Tomorrow night, the London Symphony Orchestra will celebrate the 75th birthday of Sir Colin Davis at its New York gala at the Metropolitan Club. It’s a grand tribute to Sir Colin, who has been conducting the LSO for more than 35 years. The evening will begin with a cocktail reception, followed by a recital at a seated black tie dinner, all in the presence of HRH, the Duke of Gloucester, who will be representing the LSO’s Royal patron, Her Majesty, the Queen.
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