Is Princess Diana taking some public relations risks? Perhaps bored with the typical flowery treatment given her by most magazines, she’s agreed to be on the July cover of Vanity Fair, which generally doesn’t provide royal puff jobs: a few paragraphs on her favorite charity and a portrait by Patrick Demarchelier or Snowdon in a completely conservative gown. Photographer Mario Testino has done the honors for Vanity Fair, and Diana is expected to appear on the cover in a white beaded Versace couture gown. She apparently doesn’t hold grudges. Only a few months ago, the Princess was royally peeved with Versace over some steamy photos of nude models that were intermingled with royal portraits in his latest book, “Rock and Royalty.”
Tommy Hilfiger is turning to a new generation of celebrities to help peddle his wares. On Monday, for the new Tommy Jeans campaign, Sante D’Orazio photographed Goldie Hawn’s daughter, Kate Hudson; Quincy Jones’ kids Kidada and Snoopy; Steven Seagal’s son, Kenatro, and Jesse Wood, the son of Rolling Stone’s guitarist Ron Wood, at Hollywood’s Sunset Marquis Hotel.