That's an odd mix! Former TOWIE star Amy Childs manages to get on the same guest list as Princess Beatrice
23:59 GMT, 31 May 2012
Amy Childs may not be as popular since leaving The Only Way Is Essex last year, but she is still rubbing shoulders with important people.
The reality TV star must have been left speechless when she realised she had been invited to the same event as Princess Beatrice of York, last night.
The 21-year-old TV star may have been a big name at The Diamond Butterfly Ball, but surely the young royal was expecting a higher calibre of guest.
Big mistake: Reality TV star Amy Childs and Princess Beatrice were both guests at The Diamond Butterfly Ball, in London, last night
Amy and Beatrice could not have been dressed more differently with the glamour model opting for a revealing outfit.
The former Celebrity Big Brother housemate wore a short ruffled strapless dress with a pair of platform white heels.
She looked rather elegant with her red hair held up loosely and her bronzed skin leaning close to a shade of orange.
The regal look: Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, accompanied her daughter to the charity event with a very varied guest list
Tan-tastic: Amy looked rather elegant in her short dress while Lizzie Cundy covered up in a long dress
Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice, 23, dresses as conservatively as ever in a royal blue dress that fell just above the knee.
She teamed the classy frock with a small silver clutch and a pair of black heels.
She was accompanied by her mother Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, who also looked lovely in a long green dress with a cowl neck.
Wild thing: Lady Winnie Forsyth rocked animal print and Sir Bruce Forsyth stuck to a plain black tuxedo
Smooth guys: Peter Andre and David Furnish wore different styles but both still pulled off the dapper look
The event, which was held in aid Of Caudwell Children at Battersea Evolution, in London, had an eclectic guest list.
Lady Winnie Forsyth and Sir Bruce Forsyth were joined by singer Peter Andre, as well as former WAG Lizzie Cundy and David Furnish.
While Sir Bruce wore a black tuxedo and Furnish looked dapper in a white blazer and bow-tie, Andre chose to wear a blue suit with an open neck shirt.
Little and large: Penny Lancaster and Rod Stewart both looked great on the night, as Rod pointed out their obvious height difference
Making the effort: Sinitta opted for a revealing cream dress and matching fan, while Duncan Bannatyne kept things simple and looked rather laid back
Penny Lancaster and Rod Stewart shone on the purple carpet with Penny wearing a metallic gold and black dress and Rod rocking a white jacket.
80s pop star Sinitta Malone just about covered up in a short ivory colour dress and remembered her now trademark fan.
Dragons' Den star Duncan Bannatyne kept things simple and looked rather laid back in a plain tuxedo, while breakfast radio DJ Lisa Snowdon showed off her tanned legs in a one-shoulder black dress with a green trim.