Kate and Sienna gave up their extra leap year day to support hairdresser-to-the-stars James Brown at his charity auction for Cancer Research UK
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Pop star and presenter Kelly Osbourne joined Kate to have fun rummaging through the celebrity-donated items up for auction
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Kate and Sienna help out at friend's charity shop auction

1 MARCH 2008
They are more often seen in chic Bond Street boutiques, but Kate Moss and Sienna Miller put Friday's extra leap year day to a good cause by helping out hairdresser pal James Brown at a special charity shop auction.

Kate and Sienna headed to the Cancer Research UK shop on Londons Marylebone High Street to lend their support to Jamess Make Today Count campaign. The project aims to raise money for the cancer charity by auctioning off items donated by friends of the stylist-to-the-stars, including Kylie Minogue, Coleen McLoughlin and Princess Beatrice.

Kate herself donated a Christian Dior dress, while Sienna gave a shapely red gown, and both clearly had fun rummaging through the other lots along with fellow celebs Kelly Osbourne and Meg Mathews.

Many of the items were sold off on the day in a silent auction conducted by James, with the rest available to bid for online. The celeb hairstylist had been prompted to raise money for the charity after recently losing two sisters to the disease.

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