Kate Moss stepped out for the Fashion For Relief charity dinner hosted by fellow supermodel Naomi Campbell in London to celebrate the Olympics. Black dresses were definitely the theme of the evening — both models, as well as Georgia May Jagger and Lily Donaldson, were styled up in this wardrobe essential. Kate went bohemian and metallic, Georgia May opted for cool cut-outs, and Naomi went for a maxi. Scope their red carpet style before seeing the supes strut their stuff at today's closing ceremony!
Kate Middleton and Prince Harry had great seats for today's Olympics closing ceremony in London. They were on hand to watch as British musicians, including Kate Bush, George Michael and One Direction, performed. Both Kate and Harry have been frequently sighted around Olympic Park during the Games' sixteen-day duration. Kate's husband Prince William was able to attend the opening ceremony and many early sporting events, but he was called back to work with the Royal Air Force last week. Kate and Harry, though, have been a fun royal presence, congratulating British medal winners and cheering on Team GB during final matches.
One Direction are among the huge number of British musical acts who performed at the London Olympics closing ceremony today. Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, Harry Styles and Liam Payne, dressed in a mix of shirts, suits and sneakers, belted out their hit single “What Makes You Beautiful,” following performances by Madness and the Pet Shop Boys. There is plenty more to come from the closing ceremony, including the much-anticipated reunion from the Spice Girls! Stay tuned for more.
David Beckham brought his sons, Romeo, Cruz, and Brooklyn, along to meet with Olympics security guards in London on August 10. The foursome posed for photo then moved on to the BMX finals where they mingled with fans in the crowd. The Olympics have been a full-blown family affair for the Beckhams. After David drove the flame to the opening ceremony, he and the kids have been seen watching beach volleyball. Brooklyn was able to go along with David to check out a soccer match, too. It's all leading up to Monday, when mum Victoria Beckham will have a chance to participate. Victoria will perform in the closing ceremony with her old band, the Spice Girls. The finale of the 2012 London Olympic Games will also feature other famous British musicians, like Muse, as well as a catwalk show featuring models like Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell wearing outfits from UK-based designers.
It's official! Even though the Spice Girls themselves have not confirmed their appearance at the Olympics closing ceremony, new photos show the group together again as they reunite to rehearse for their performance. We have the details, plus which other musical acts — and models — are expected to appear at Monday's show in this PopSugar Rush!
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It's not just the many Olympic sporting events that have our attention in London. The star-studded spectators, including Kate Middleton, Kate Moss, Michelle Obama, and Naomi Campbell are bringing their styling A-game to the Games, too. There's a bevy of sporty daytime looks to sift through — the Duchess's fun polka-dotted top and red blazer combo was playful and patriotic! — and more formal evening ensembles, like Kate Moss' gold-embossed vintage tunic dress and Gucci T-strap sandals at Naomi's charity dinner, to kick it up a notch. Plus, we have to hand it to the US First Lady. She really knows how to dress with a respectful nod to her country's colours without veering into over-the-top Fourth of July Americana territory. To see Michelle's outfits in action, as well as the Kates going head-to-head, keep reading — starting with Naomi's Olympic celebration dinner on Thursday night.
Kate Middleton wore a sleeveless top to yesterday's women's field hockey bronze medal match between New Zealand and Great Britain at London's Riverbank Arena. She made it through a tense game to see the UK team claim a victory, and congratulated the players afterward. The Duchess of Cambridge has been a faithful attendee of various Olympic matches, but field hockey holds a special place in her heart — she played the sport growing up! Joining Kate this morning was Dame Kelly Holmes, who won medals at past Olympics for middle distance running. Yesterday, Kate and Prince Harry made the rounds at the Olympic Park together. They shared laughs while greeting members of Team GB who have already won medals.
Naomi Campbell put her hostess-with-the-mostess hat on last night, putting on a star-studded charity benefit for Fashion for Relief in honour of the London Olympics. The supermodel invited a slew of her most stylish runway star-pals, with Lily Donaldson and Georgia May Jagger both going all glam in different takes on the LBD, but Queen Kate (Moss, not Middleton) opted for a bohemian vibe in a black kaftan-esque number embroidered with gold thread. Ronnie Wood and Vivienne Westwood added icon cred to the Brit-packed the guest list. Flip through to see this chic meet up of sport and style!
Kate Middleton joined Team GB ambassador Robin Cousins yesterday morning to watch the women's teams synchronised swimming event at the Olympics Aquatics Centre in London. She was seated just in front of Monaco's Prince Albert, and the two royals had a chance to chat. Kate also checked out the women's flyweight boxing final, cheering on Britain's Nicola Adams. Later on, Kate and her brother-in-law, Prince Harry, arrived together for a reception with medal winners.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been a fixture at Olympic Park ever since the opening ceremony took place on July 27. Her husband, Prince William, had to call time on his fan activities in order to return to work with the Royal Air Force. Kate's brother-in-law, Prince Harry, is still in London though. Harry joined David Beckham yesterday to watch beach volleyball. The sporting fun will come to an end Sunday with the closing ceremony.