POPSUGAR Celebrity

Around the World With the Week's Best Photos

May 25 2014 - 5:00am

Sarah Jessica Parker [1] brought her A game to the stage when she performed alongside elementary school students in the White House talent show this week. During the event, hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama, Sarah Jessica sang and danced with a group of kids as they performed Annie's "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile." Meanwhile, across the pond, Prince Harry had a sweet interaction with little ones, too, taking the time to greet and laugh with kids during his trip to Italy. See all that and more in the week's best pictures from across the globe!

Royal Fangirls

Prince Harry greeted a group of fans when he arrived at the MAXXI museum in Rome.

Flag Ceremony

Firemen and members of the public gathered for a ceremony that marked the opening of the 9/11 Memorial Museum [2] in NYC.

Sky Stunts

A rider showed off his skills during the Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour stop in Osaka, Japan.

Glowing Grin

Kim Sears, tennis player Andy Murray's girlfriend, flashed a big smile at the Chelsea Flower Show in London.

Pope Posters

A woman held up a giant poster of Pope Francis's face during his weekly audience in Vatican City.

On Point

Sarah Jessica Parker [3] performed with students from Oregon's Martin Luther King Jr. School during a talent show Michelle Obama hosted at the White House.

Sand Art

An artist painted a World Cup design on the sand at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Moment of Reflection

In Moore, OK, people gathered to commemorate the one-year anniversary of a devastating tornado.

Quick Chat

The Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks, visited the White House, where Richard Sherman shared a moment with President Barack Obama.

Royal Mom

Zara Phillips, Prince William and Prince Harry's cousin, held on to her little one, Mia, during her husband's golf event in Newport, Wales.

Memorial Markers

Ahead of Memorial Day, a member of the military placed flags at the grave sites in Washington DC's Arlington National Cemetery.

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