Celebrities indulge in some timepiece-satisfaction

First published: 03-08-2011

They appear to have it all - money, fame, often good-looks - but what about the timepieces they wrap around their wrists?

What are the celebrities' favourite watches?

According to an article from tiptopwatches.com, brands preferred by the stars include Audemar Piguet, Patek Philippe and Roger Dubuis.

Blood Diamond star Leonardo di Caprio was spotted wearing a Jaeger LeCoultre Master Minute Repeater reportedly worth $175,000 (£106,876).

Britney Spears, who has sold more than six million singles in the UK, is apparently a fan of Roger Dubuis, though she also enjoys wearing Chopard and Breitling.

Meanwhile, queen of posh and mother-of-four, Victoria Beckham was seen sporting an iced-out Piaget watch.

And the former Italian prime minster, Silvio Berlusconi, has expensive taste, as he has been seen wearing a Vacheron Constantin.

Star Wars legend Harrison Ford is a Breitling Aerospace wearer, while Yeah singer Usher, famed for his dance moves as much as his music, has been seen in an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak.

But does the watch make the celeb?  

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