Lewis Hamilton, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar party at supermodel Cindy Bruna's glitzy 27th birthday bash in Paris

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN stars Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Marco Verratti were joined by Lewis Hamilton at model Cindy Bruna's 27th birthday bash.

The French fashion model celebrated her birthday in style on Friday night at the swanky Trattoria restaurant in Paris.

Bruna also celebrated her birthday in style last year alongside a number of PSG players.

And this year was no different as her glitzy get-together brought out a host of A-list celebrities in the French capital.

And she shared multiple snaps and clips on her Instagram story to her 1.3 million followers.

Formula One icon Hamilton showed his face at the party with the Brit, 36, in France for Paris Fashion Week.

Before attending Bruna's party, he took to social media to show him wearing double denim while out and about.

Captioning the post, he said: "While I’m in Paris, please call me Louis."


Later on in the night, the seven-time world champ posed for a picture with Mbappe and Neymar while wearing a face mask.

The two forwards looked to be delighted to be in Hamilton's presence as and couldn't hide their grins.

PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping his players will be firing on all cylinders on Sunday for the away clash against Rennes.

Les Parisiens have won all eight of their Ligue 1 matches this term as they sit six points clear at the top of the table.

The French side go into their match against Rennes full of confidence after beating Manchester City 2-0 in the Champions League.

Lionel Messi finally got on the score sheet for PSG following his summer arrival and Pochettino hopes his Argentine compatriot now kicks on.

He said: "You need this type of performance and players like him need to feel the back of the net.

"He needs to create links within the team after 20 years in Barcelona. He's feeling different things, there's a lot of new feelings for him.

"First goal in our side, now that we are in the same side I enjoyed a lot and so happy to be here enjoying Leo's first goal.

"He's top class, I know I'm not saying anything new but I think with time he still has room to improve a lot."

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