Here are all the celebrities in Glasgow for COP26
COP26 is underway, and world leaders and celebrities alike have descended on Glasgow to attend the summit.
Scotland’s biggest city is in the spotlight this week as it hosts some of the world’s most famous faces.
And it’s not just politicians like Joe Biden and Boris Johnson – global superstars with an interest in climate activism have also arrived, ready to put their weight behind the cause.
Here are all the celebrities in Glasgow for COP26…
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Leonardo DiCaprio, the actor famed for his leading roles in Titanic and Wolf of Wall Street is also an established climate activist.
Having set up The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation in 1998, he has been donating money to conservation projects for over two decades.
The award winning actor was spotted in Glasgow’s Maryhill on Monday evening, attending an event at The Engine Works.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg shot to fame while still at school when she led protests to raise awareness about global warming.
She has since become a key figure in the fight against climate change, and will speak at various climate protests over the course of the conference.
Thunberg has already been spotted joining fellow demonstrators in Glasgow on Monday, singing “you can shover yer climate crisis up yer a**e”.
David Attenborough addressed world leaders at COP26 on Monday, having long campaigned to raise awareness of global warming.
At 95-years-old, it was previously unknown whether the former BBC chief and voice behind hit series Our Planet would attend the summit in person or via Zoom.
His hard hitting speech at Monday’s conference was lauded by people around the country, as he urged world leaders to make ambitious commitments to prevent further global warming.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
William and Kate, otherwise known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge or the future King and Queen, were pictured arriving at Glasgow Central Station on Monday afternoon.
The Royal pair attended an event in Dennistoun, with William having previously launched The Earthshot prize with David Attenborough, which has been dubbed the most “prestigious global prize” for the environment.
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