People Staff
November 20, 2006 06:00 AM

Ellen Pompeo and fiancé Chris Ivery, getting facials at L.A.’s Ona Spa. “She has a natural glow to her skin,” says Jerome Rousseau, the Ona facialist who works with Pompeo. “She is the nicest, sweetest person I have ever had to deal with. We love her.” Aww, if the couple who exfoliates together stays together, then they’re in great shape.

Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo, having a double date with brother Drew Lachey and his wife Lea at West Hollywood hot spot Koi. “The two couples toasted one another with their sake glasses,” says an onlooker. “They were having such a fantastic time.”

Mary-Kate Olsen and reported beau Max Snow, taking over the “presidential suite” at New York City club Room Service (which boasts hotel-like amenities, including mini-refrigerators and plasma TVs at the VIP banquettes). The pair ordered gummy bears and sugar-free Red Bull, which was delivered to their table by a concierge.

Diane Lane and husband Josh Brolin, walking hand-in-hand through Los Angeles International Airport.

Teri Hatcher and a male companion, buying peanut M&M’s and Red Vine licorice at the concession stand of the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood. “They weren’t kissing or being physical, but it looked like they were on a date,” an onlooker tells us.

Robert Downey Jr., rubbing wife Susan’s back at The Hollywood Reporter’s Next Generation Class of 2006 party in West Hollywood. The actor let his love take the spotlight at the event, where she was honored for her work as a movie producer. Susan told us that her husband is “so supportive.”

Jessica Alba and Cash Warren

Rachel Weisz and husband Darren Aronofsky, giving each other a kiss at an afterparty at West Hollywood’s Republic for their movie The Fountain.

Rebecca Romijn, telling us at the premiere of the comedy Lies and Alibis at the AFI Film Festival in Hollywood that she and fiancé Jerry O’Connell “will be having Thanksgiving at home for the first time. All the family is coming to our house, all the parents.”

Jessica Alba, resting her head on boyfriend Cash Warren’s shoulder while waiting to be seated at Beverly Hills eatery Mr. Chow. The couple dined on glazed prawns with walnuts and dumplings. “They looked really happy together,” says a fellow diner. Meanwhile, at another table, Duane “Dog” Chapman and wife Beth sat “side by side” while they ate dinner.

• By ALEXIS CHIU, MARK DAGOSTINO, JENNY SUNDEL and NICHOLAS WHITE

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