"Pete Doherty has played his first set of this year's Glastonbury on the Other Stage this evening (June 23).
The former Libertine, watched by ex-bandmate Carl Barat, played a full set with Babyshambles - ahead of a solo acoustic appearance planned for tomorrow (June 24).
Taking the stage, Doherty casually strolled up to his mic, pointed a small camera at the crowd and told the audience to 'Say cheese', before kicking off with The Blinding.
With all the band wearing suits and trilbies, except drummer Adam Ficek, who wore an athletics vest, Babyshambles looked like stylish 1930s gangsters as they played in the first bit of extended sunshine the site has seen today.
During Baddies Boogie, which features the refrain 'a lousy life with a washed up wife', the stage's big screen showed shots of Doherty's girlfriend Kate Moss - dressed all in black - singing along from the side of the stage bringing big cheers from the audience."