PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN stars Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Marco Verratti were joined by Lewis Hamilton at the 27th birthday party for model Cindy Bruna.
The French model celebrated her birthday in style on Friday night at the chic Trattoria restaurant in Paris.
Bruna also celebrated her birthday in style last year alongside a number of PSG players.
And this year was no different as its glitzy reunion brought a host of prominent celebrities to the French capital.
And she shared several snaps and clips on her Instagram story to its 1.3 million followers.
Formula 1 icon Hamilton showed his face at the party with the Briton, 36, in France for Paris Fashion Week.
Before attending Bruna’s party, he took to social media to show him wearing double denim on the go.
Captioning the post, he said: “While I’m in Paris, please call me Louis.”
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Later that night, the seven-time world champion posed for a photo with Mbappe and Neymar while wearing a face mask.
Both forwards seemed delighted to be in Hamilton’s presence and couldn’t hide their smiles.
PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino is hoping his players will shoot at full speed on Sunday for the away clash against Rennes.
The Parisians have won their eight Ligue 1 matches this season with a six-point lead at the top of the table.
The French approach their game against Rennes with full confidence after beating Manchester City 2-0 in the Champions League.
Lionel Messi finally entered the PSG scoresheet after his summer arrival and Pochettino is hoping his compatriot Argentina will start now.
He said: “You need that kind of performance and players like him need to feel the back of the net.
“He needs to bond within the squad after 20 years at Barcelona. He feels different things, there are a lot of new feelings for him.
âOur team’s first goal, now that we’re on the same team, I enjoyed it a lot and I’m so happy to be here to enjoy Leo’s first goal.
“He’s first class, I know I’m not saying anything new but I think over time he still has room to improve a lot.”