Photo opportunities at the Olympic Games are ripe for the picking for our top politicians.
Yesterday, David Cameron confessed that he was being kept awake by the music at the beach volleyball, with certain songs being played "every ten minutes" at Horse Guards Parade.
"It's all very amusing for five minutes until you try to get the children to sleep," he told Metro.
"They have Moves like Jagger every sort of ten minutes. There are particular DJs who do particular things."
Despite the lack of sleep and a stern warning not to pee in the Olympic pool ("It is not OK to pee in the pool"), Cameron and fellow party leaders have been enjoying the Games, as the photos below show.
David Cameron with GB swimmers David Carry and Rebecca Adlington watching the women's marathon 10km swimming at Hyde Park yesterday.
The prime minister takes a photo with an Olympic volunteer on her BlackBerry phone, as he meets Games Makers at the ExcCel venue.
David and Samantha Cameron perform the Mexican Wave during the women's beach volleyball semi-final match between the United States and China.
Labour leader Ed Miliband at the women's sprint final cycling event at the velodrome.
And Miliband at the same event with Labour MP and Olympic Village deputy mayor Tessa Jowell.
Nick Clegg talks to Bronze medal winning triathlete Jonathan Brownlee at Team GB House in the Westfield Centre.
Cameron and Clegg have a chinwag during the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.