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Elton John and David Furnish's sons make rare appearance at summer ball

05 SEPTEMBER 2014

Elton John and David Furnish let their adorable children stay up past their bedtime to catch the first bit of the annual End of Summer party.

The youngsters – Zachary, three, and 19-month-old Elijah – were sure to have captured all attention, despite the A-list turnout that included Elizabeth Hurley, Gary Barlow, Ellie Goulding, David Walliams and his wife Lara Stone.

The Furnish-John family posed together before the celebrations got under way and couldn't have looked more picture perfect.


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David Furnish and Elton John with their two sons Zachary and Elijah


Donning a crisp white shirt and navy jeans, Zachary lent back into his dad David's arms as the pair sat on a bed that had been set up in the garden.

Toddler Elijah looked just as sweet, sporting a blue-and-white pinstriped shirt and black jeans and matched his brother in Burberry canvas shoes. Elton, 67, placed a protective hand on his youngest son's shoulder as he added a pop of colour to his outfit with pink and blue sunglasses.

Filmmaker David, 51, and Elton welcomed a host of celebrities into their Berkshire home for the annual charity bash, which is held to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

 

Julian Bharti paid  £50,000 to kiss Elizabeth Hurley for charity


As star after star arrived at the Woodside property in Windsor, England, the festivities began, which included a dinner, an auction and live performances.

Guests were treated to songs by leading man Elton himself, who crooned some of his greatest hits on piano, while James Blunt and former X Factor judge Gary also took to the alfresco stage.

Model and actress Elizabeth gave one man – businessman Julian Bharti – the kiss of his dreams as she puckered up to him in exchange for the £50,000 bid he had given for charity.

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