▪ President Trump’s first and third wives were left fighting over the coveted title of “first lady” this week after Ivana Trump said in an interview that she and exhusband Donald are still close and speak about once every two weeks. The Czech-American businesswhe first lady, OK?” said Trump, 68, who has three children with the president— Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric. In a rare public state ment, Melania Trump hit back at Ivana’s comments, calling them “attentionseeking and self-serving noise.” Her spokeswoman added: “Mrs. Trump has made the White House a home for Barron and the president…and is honored by her role as first lady of the United States.”
▪ Angelina Jolie is so dedicated to her international humanitarian work that she once agreed to act as a honey trap to catch Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony on behalf of the International Criminal Court (ICC), reports the Sunday Times (U.K.). In emails sent five ywn email to Ocampo, Jolie said, “Brad is being supportive,” a reference to her then-husband Brad Pitt. “Let’s discuss logistics.” It’s unclear why the Jolie-Kony plot fizzled out.
▪ Boris Becker may have to sell off his Wimbledon trophies and could have his homes repossessed after reportedly racking up more than $70_million in debt. The tennis champion declared bankruptcy in June, but the German press says that his reported debts are just “the tip of n a British reality-TV show. “He needs a way to make a lot of money fast,” said a source. ■