Olympic sprint darling Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (right) embraces her grandmother, Phedalia Simpson, when she arrived at the VIP Lounge at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston on the weekend. - Contributed
Lady Allen (left) and Minna Israel (centre) seem to be in awe of what Christopher Barnes is showing them on his cellphone.
Joseph A. Matalon (right) has the full attention of fellow business mogul Dennis Lalor.
Velmore Lawrence (left) Norma Walters (centre) and Radcliffe Walters, custos of St Ann, in discussion at Governor General Sir Patrick Allen's appreciation reception for business leaders at King's House last Wednesday. photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Carole Fullerton (left) and Judith Douglas pay keen attention to the proceedings at the J. Wray & Nephew Limited Grand Final for the 2012 Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum Bartender Challenge, held at The Knutsford Court Hotel, Ruthven Road, on Friday night.
Sameer Younis (left) makes an interesting point to Ronald Thwaites, minister of education, over cocktails at the Brazil National Day reception.
South Africa High Commissioner Mathu Joyini (right) shares a joke with Greta Bogues
Eddie Shoucair has an earful for Christopher Bovell. Both were guests at the Brazil National Day reception hosted by Brazilian Ambassador Antonio Da Costa Silva at The Knutsford Court Hotel, Ruthven Road, on Friday night.
Among the many social events over the weekend, Jamaica's sprint darling, Olympian Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, returned to the island to a swell reception. Her widest smile and tightest hugs were, however, reserved for her grandmother.