Last night we popped along to the British Heart Foundation’s Tunnel of Love charity event in support of their Mending Broken Hearts Appeal.
The event had a funfair theme where tokens could be bought to play games like Toss the Toupee and Hook a Designer Duck, all for charity of course. There were lots of gorgeous designer items and incredible pieces of art auctioned off. Charitable folk were given the chance to get their hands on pieces by Chanel, Prada, Dior, Gucci and Mulberry. One Damien Hirst painting fetched over £9,000!
Celebs turned out to show their support for the cause (and quaff champagne and evian, of course!).
We spotted petite singer Rachel Stevens with her hubby. She looked gorgeous in a backless red Zara frock. How do we know it’s from Zara? We have the very same frock at home!
Gorgeous Mollie King was there with boyfriend Dandy Gandy looking cute together. She wore a pretty white dress with a crystal neckline. We chatted to the star about what her fave book would be to take on holiday and she said anything as long as it’s romantic!
David Gandy went for a sexy suited ‘n’ booted look. Look at those eyes! We’d like to say Mollie is a lucky girl but we think David is just as lucky to have bagged the blonde singer!
Martine McCutcheon chose a monochrome look by Victor & Rolf, adding colour with a slick of vibrant bright lippy
TV presenter Zara Martin shook out her incredible hair and slipped into an off-the-shoulder Mark Fast dress paired with ankle boots and a metallic box clutch
Erin O’Connor, who modelled for the cause, looked sensational in a floor length BodyAmr S/S11 dress
Ex-Desperate Housewives star Jesse popped along to show his support. Wearing a chunk grey cardi and black shirt, the actor sure hasn’t lost any of his sex appeal…
Hilary Alexander rocked a leopard print frock with a statement necklace
Stylish DJ Sunday Girl got the party started with a fun, dance-y set. The long-haired star looked chic in a silk dress and oversized blazer.
All of the proceeds from the Tunnel of Love party are supporting the BHF’s Mending Broken Hearts Appeal. At the moment, there’s no cure for a broken heart. Once your heart muscle is damaged by a heart attack, it can never fully recover. But there is hope. The BHF aims to spend £50 million to fund groundbreaking research that could begin to literally ‘mend broken hearts’ in as little as ten years.