Naomi Campbell has fondly remembered playing a part in Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee.
The supermodel, often described as the queen of the catwalk, recently reminisced about the celebrations that took place to mark the late British Sovereign's 70-year reign just over three months ago in June.
Talking to Vanity Fair in an interview just before the monarch's death at age 96 on 8 September, Naomi praised The Queen's role in British life.
The 52-year-old was among a host of stars who were chosen to board London buses to represent the decades they became famous in.
"I wanted to celebrate all that she has done and represents around the world," she said of her motivations for taking part in the Jubilee. "It was nice to be able to be there and partake as a Brit.
"It was nostalgic for me - seeing all these people that I knew growing up, that I saw on TV or I saw in sports."
Kate Moss, Patsy Kensit, and Erin O'Connor were also on board the 1990s bus, while Sir Cliff Richard, Nicole Scherzinger, and Joan Collins were some of the other famous faces who took part.