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Published:Wednesday | January 20, 2010 | 12:00 AM

'Is he for real?' seems to be the reason that Britain's Prince William is getting 'hands-on' treatment from aboriginal community members as part of a three-day unofficial visit to Sydney, Australia, yesterday.

The eyes of the world are focused on relief efforts for Haiti's earthquake survivors, even as activities on the social scene continue.

Former president and United Nations special envoy for Haiti, Bill Clinton, greets an injured woman while touring the General Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday. Clinton promised that his foundation would provide medicine and a generator to the capital's general hospital so doctors there can work through the night.

First Lady Michelle Obama, sporting a new hair style, meets with employees at the Red Cross Disaster Operation Center in Washington, Monday.

Supreme Ventures' Paul Hoo (right) makes a point to Brian George (second left) and Wayne Boodasingh while Sonia Davidson absorbs it all at the Supreme Ventures Agent Appreciation Day at Knolford Polo Ranch on Sunday.

Check out former boxing champ Mike Tyson as he poses at to the InStyle/Warner Brothers party following the 67th annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday in Beverly Hills, California.

Fashion designer Minka is a picture of loveliness as she poses for the social pages at the Coke Zero concert held at LIME Golf Academy, New Kingston, on Saturday night. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer

(From left) Caroline Grant, Indu Chandiram, Alex Ghisays and Asha Issa are picture perfect for the celebration of Couples Tower Isle's 32 fabulous years of all-inclusivity. Check out Sunday's Outlook for details. - photo by Carl Gilchrist

Classical organist, Diane Bish (left), is greeted by Nicola Crosswell-Mair (centre) and Mexican Ambassador, Leonora Rueda, at a concert presented by the Ward Theatre Foundation, at Stella Maris Church, Shortwood Road, St Andrew, on Sunday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer