Harry Styles celebrated his 21st birthday in style with a gang of famous friends including three of his former flames Cara Delevingne, Kendall Jenner and Kimberly Stewart. The shindig for the pop heart-throb was held at Lulu's in West Hollywood, reportedly at a cost of £200,000
Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner
Also on the guest list were Samantha Ronson, Kelly Osbourne and Alexa Chung. David Beckham was seen chatting with Liam Payne's girlfriend Sophia Smith. He was joined at the bash by his best friend Dave Gardner, who spends a lot of time in America with his pregnant girlfriend Liv Tyler.
Meanwhile, Rita Ora arrived with her boyfriend Ricky Hilfiger, who has distinctive green hair and is the son of designer Tommy Hilfiger. Adding more glamour to the proceedings was Cindy Crawford who was seen being chauffeur-driven to the party. It's also reported that Chris Martin, Jennifer Lawrence and Adele were invited.
Kendall Jenner, Cara Delevingne, Samantha Ronson, Rashida Jones and Kelly Osbourne
There were not one but four cakes, which had been decorated with pictures of Harry. "When he blew out his birthday candles, he FaceTimed his mom," a source told People. "He was so sweet to all his guests."
One person who apparently missed the bash was Nadine Leopold, the Victoria's Secret model who was supposedly dating the singer.
Harry Styles had four cakes to celebrate his big day
He thanked his 23 million followers on Twitter for the birthday wishes, saying: "Thank you for all the lovely messages for my birthday. All the love. H."
Fans also gave him a special present, raising money for one of his favourite charities in his honour. Dedicated Directioners raised nearly £11,000 for the London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard to honour the occasion.
He has been a vocal supporter of the organisation in the past, develivering a message of congratulations on its 40th anniversary.
When it was Zayn Malik's birthday earlier this month followers faised funds for the British Asian Trust. In honour of Louis Tomlinson's 23rd birthday in December they donated £16, 600.