BAFTA TV Awards: Amy Childs ensures all eyes are on her bum as she poses in figure hugging dress

Does my bum look big in this Amy Childs keeps a firm grip on her pert posterior at BAFTA TV Awards

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20:56 GMT, 27 May 2012

All eyes were on Amy Childs’ bum as she walked the special red, white and blue carpet at the BAFTA TV awards in London today.

While the former The Only Way Is Essex star was dressed to impress in a full length turquoise Victoria Beckham gown for the ceremony at Royal Festival Hall, she repeatedly drew attention to her posterior by placing her hands on her bottom as she posed for photographs in the blazing sunshine.

Perhaps, Childs was slightly uncomfortable in her skintight dress as it could be seen to pucker slightly around her stomach indicating she possibly needed a bigger size or maybe she just wanted to show off her bum

Does my bum look big in this Amy Childs was eager to show off her pert bottom as she walked the special red, white and blue carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards this evening

Does my bum look big in this Amy Childs was eager to show off her pert bottom as she walked the special red, white and blue carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards this evening

Does my bum look big in this Amy Childs was eager to show off her pert bottom as she walked the special red, white and blue carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards this evening

Although they have both now left TOWIE which made them famous, Amy and cousin, Harry Derbidge – who won a BAFTA TV award for the show last year – returned to the annual ceremony this year as presenters.

No doubt realising her dress, featuring an exposed zip along the back, was a show-stopper, Amy wisely kept her red hair on the top of her head in a bun for a more sophisticated look.

Stunning: Amy poses in her eye-catching turquoise gown at the BAFTA TV Awards, wisely keeping her red hair in an elegant bun to avoid a clash

Stunning: Amy poses in her eye-catching turquoise gown at the BAFTA TV Awards, wisely keeping her red hair in an elegant bun to avoid a clash

Childs also kept her accessories simple with studded earrings and a large turquoise ring to match her dress.

She revealed her excitement at wearing a dress by Beckham before the ceremony, writing on Twitter 'My dress tonight is a Victoria beckhams dress xxx (sic)'.

Meanwhile, Harry – who has admitted he was devastated to be axed from the reality show that made his name earlier this year – wore a black suit, white shirt and a blue cravat which matched Amy’s dress.

BAFTA Winners: Former TOWIE castmembers Amy Childs and Harry Derbidge return to present at the BAFTA TV Awards after picking up a gong last year but Harry appears to be wearing more make-up than Amy

BAFTA Winners: Former TOWIE cast members Amy Childs and Harry Derbidge return to present at the BAFTA TV Awards after picking up a gong last year but Harry appears to be wearing more make-up than Amy

However, the blonde reality TV star appeared to have trowelled on more make-up than his female cousin and sported a distinctly waxy appearance.

Speaking previously about their honour at being chosen to present an award, Amy and Harry said: ‘It was such an honour to win last year's YouTube audience award and we're really excited to be presenting at the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards this year, and of course bring a little Essex sparkle to the red carpet.’

Arg who TOWIE's Lydia Bright didn't appear to be missing former boyfriend James Arg Argent as she took to the BAFTA TV Awards red carpet on her own

Arg who TOWIE's Lydia Bright didn't appear to be missing former boyfriend James Arg Argent as she took to the BAFTA TV Awards red carpet on her own

Current TOWIE cast-member Lydia Bright also attended the ceremony, choosing a white floor length dress with silver detail and a pretty beaded headband to match.

Lydia showed she isn’t missing ex-boyfriend James ‘Arg’ Argent too much, smiling for photographers and fans as she walked the red carpet alone.
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