World-famous fashion designer Jimmy Choo is in Leeds today for a fundraising event in aid of a charity set up in memory of Princess Diana.
Choo was the official shoe-designer for the Princess of Wales and is a supporter of the Diana Award – the youth charity set up in her name.
He is appearing at the Harvey Nichols department store for a fundraising lunch.
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There have been street parties and celebrations throughout the region today, to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday.
In Naburn, near York, the parish council and primary school came together to organise a party with traditional street entertainment - including a coconut shy and skittles. Her Majesty herself even put in an appearance, in the form of a large cardboard cutout.