Talk about flower power.
Singer Lily Allen got quite the flattering tribute on Monday when she attended the Chelsea Flower Show in London, where gorgeous flora were on verdant display.
And, turns out, one of those full-bloom flowers was named after her!
The 28-year-old posed right next to the Lily Allen Popstar, an orange hybrid with hints of black that reportedly debuted at the show in 2010.
And whether it was a stroke of coincidence or a canny sartorial move, the singer was seen toting a tangerine bag that matched her namesake bloom.
She wasn't the only luminary to grace the annual showcase, which is celebrating its centenary this year: Prince Harry accompanied Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and Prince Charles to the opening, and they checked out a section called Harry's Forget-Me-Not Garden, named after the young royal's African children's charity, Sentebale.
Looks like altruism was in full bloom at the show as well.