Lizzie Cundy wows in a feathered pink dress as she steps out in style for the Pink Ribbon Foundation
Lizzie Cundy wore one of her most flamboyant outfits to date when she attended breast cancer charity the Pink Ribbon Foundation’s 21st anniversary bash in London on Wednesday.
The former WAG, 53, looked sensational when she stepped out wearing a show-stopping feathered pink dress and matching shoes, with the strapless piece also featuring glitzy gemstone embellishment.
Big Brother’s Nicola McLean, 40, was also at the event and put on an eye-popping display in a plunging black gown complete with striking thigh split.
Wow: Lizzie Cundy, 53, donned a flamboyant outfit at Pink Ribbon Foundation’s London bash on Wednesday while Nicola McLean, 40, wowed in a plunging black dress
Pretty in pink: Lizzie looked sensational when she stepped out wearing a show-stopping feathered pink dress and matching shoes
Nicola’s glossy hair cascaded in loose curls past her shoulders and the bombshell added height to her frame in towering open-toe heels.
Lizzie also wore her hair loose and was in her element while working her best angles for photographers.
The event, held at Proud Embankment, marked the charity’s 21st year and included a sit-down meal and incredible performances from the likes of flame throwers and aerial gymnasts.
Also in attendance was TV personality Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, who also wowed in a black dress, and violinist Linzi Stoppard who stepped out in pink.
Beaming: Clearly in her element, former WAG Lizzie beamed while working her best angles at the event
Hair down: Nicola’s glossy hair cascaded in loose curls past her shoulders and the bombshell added height to her frame in towering open-toe heels
Leggy: The bombshell put on a leggy display, with her dress also boasting a sky-high split
Red: The former Big Brother star was rocking an immaculate red manicure and matching pedicure
Strictly star Nina Wadia also opted for an eye-popping pink dress, while actress Jess Impiazzi turned heads in a chic cut-out number.
Danielle Mason also attended the event and looked stunning a gorgeous sequinned gown.
She told MailOnline: ‘I had a fab night. A lot of my close friends have had breast cancer so it’s an absolute honour to be there. I had an amazing time with Nicola McLean and Aisleyne we had such a laugh at a good cause.’
It comes after Lizzie shared a hilarious snap of herself wearing a red swimsuit while playfully holding a petrol can amid the ongoing fuel crisis last month.
The presenter donned a tiny red Baywatch style suit, oversized sunglasses and a pair of dainty punk fluffy heeled shoes for the Instagram snap.
She captioned the image, ‘I’ve got the cans, but I’ve got no petrol…….can anyone help?’
Wow factor: Also in attendance was TV personality Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, who also wowed in a black dress
Hot pink: Strictly star Nina Wadia also opted for an eye-popping pink dress teamed with sparkly heels
First to go: The actress recently became the first contestant to be booted from this year’s Strictly
All that shimmers: Violinist Linzi Stoppard who stepped out in a shimmery pink dress
Lizzie’s lighthearted image came after it was revealed that online shoppers are being affected by the ongoing fuel crisis.
Petrol is reportedly being diverted from large retailers to garages in a bid to combat the shortage.
Tankers intended for business fleets have been ordered by Government officials to go to garages and service stations instead, industry sources have claimed.
The move has sparked warnings from experts against ‘robbing Peter to pay Paul’.
Cut-out: Actress Jess Impiazzi turned heads in a chic cut-out number
Standing tall: The brunette bombshell added height to her frame in shiny black heels
Beautiful in blue: Danielle Mason also attended the event and looked stunning a gorgeous sequinned gown
Experts have also warned the redistribution would only increase demand and ‘panic ahead of a busy Christmas season.’
According to The Daily Telegraph, bosses at fuel terminals across the country have been told to prioritise drivers over companies – though a Government spokesman denied the claims.
A government spokesperson said: ‘This is simply untrue. The government has not directed fuel suppliers to favour petrol forecourts over commercial depots, nor has the issue even been discussed with industry.
‘There has always been and continues to be plenty of fuel at refineries and terminals and we are now seeing signs that the situation at the pumps has begun to improve with more stations getting more fuel.’
‘I’ve got the cans, but no petrol’: Lizzie shared a hilarious snap of herself in a red swimsuit in her quest to filled up during the ongoing fuel crisis on Instagram last month