According to themirror.co.uk, Gwyneth Paltrow joined her husband's band Coldplay at the festival to provide them with "casseroles, cupcakes and 'savoury snacks'."
Gwyneth Paltrow, joined by Jay-Z, watches Beyonce's headline slot on Sunday night.
Kaiser Chiefs limber up in their dressing room before taking to the stage.
Spotted: Bombay Bicycle Club taking a breather before their Glasto set.
Even the mud can't stop Hurts from looking smart.
Manchester United footballer Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen were spotted backstage.
What would a festival be without fashion icon Kate Moss?
We caught up with Yuck backstage - check out the video interview here.
TV presenter/model/girlfriend of an Arctic Monkey Alexa Chung shows off her unique style.
Bono was spotted trudging through the mud with his wife. At least she remembered her wellies.
Will Young showed off his long 'do at Glasto.
Alex Turner took advantage of his time off from gigging to enjoy a festival without having to stop for a performance of his own.
Professor Green dries off his wellies in some hay.
A sea of tour buses backstage - atop a sea of muddy water.
Jo Whiley shows off some fetching hot pink wellies.
Brian Cox took some time away from his busy schedule to enjoy a bit of Glastonbury fun.
Wayne Rooney traded his cleats in for some wellies this weekend.
Plan B chats on the phone before his performance on the Pyramid Stage.
Jaime Winstone shows off some bright blue lipstick (to match her metallic blue Docs) backstage.
Warpaint gear up for their performance on the John Peel Stage.
Kevin Bishop is spotted on Sunday at Glastonbury Festival 2011.
Carrying on the rock'n'roll name, Jade Jagger made an appearance at Glastonbury Festival 2011.
Don't worry, Biffy Clyro - you'll have real guitars to play on stage soon.
Don't upset Mumford And Sons, or you might have to face this...
The Vaccines are spotted hanging out outside their tour bus.
The Vaccines trek through the mud.
Mumford And Sons are all smiles at Glastonbury Festival 2011.
Brother, er, now Viva Brother, bike around the muddy festival site.
The newly-christened Viva Brother do a bit of last-minute grooming before taking to the Glasto stage.
Want to know why Brother had to change their name to Viva Brother? "There's this fucking Celtic band called Brother too," singer Lee Newell told NME. "We knew about it but honestly we thought nothing about it because they were so small."
The band lifted a white flag emblazoned with their new name 'Viva Brother' during their performance at Glastonbury over the weekend.
A colourful Anna Calvi is spotted relaxing backstage.
Kaiser Chiefs do a bit of last-minute flexing before their set.
Kaiser Chiefs pose for NME's camera before arriving on stage.
Kaiser Chiefs get up close and personal with each other...
Punters get a bit of grub before heading back out onto the festival site.
"Kate Moss should learn to walk" scrawled on the mud of a dirty car? Right, who did this?
Is this where unwanted stage props go to die?