Keeping Up With the Royals (and Other Celebrities) at the London Olympics

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Queen Elizabeth Il meets one of the taller members of the Great Britain team during a tour of the Athletes Village on day one of the London 2012 Olympics Games on July 28, 2012 in London, England. Photo: John Stillwell/WPA Pool/Getty Images/Getty Images

Many members of the British royal family filled seats at London's mad Olympic opening ceremony on Friday night, no doubt as excited — if not more so — to watch the Queen's sky-diving exploits as the rest of us. They've since popped up at events all over: Charles and Camilla watched some cycling; Prince William took in a football match; and everyone supported Zara Phillips (daughter of Princess Anne) as she competed in equestrian events. Michelle Obama is in town because of her role leading the U.S. delegation, as is David Beckham, thanks to all of his ambassadorial work. Click through our slideshow, which will be updated as the Games continue, to see all the famous faces cheering from the stands ... there should be lots of them by the Games' end, because you know they won't have had any problems getting tickets.