All that glitters: Tamara Ecclestone leads the pink carpet glamour in a short and sexy gold dress at Formula 1 charity fundraiser party
23:48 GMT, 4 July 2012
She is the creative director and the brains behind one of the biggest charity fundraisers of the year that attracts a host of famous faces.
So Tamara Ecclestone had to make sure she looked her very best, and she certainly did as she dazzled on the red carpet at tonight's F1 party in London.
The socialite looked sensational in her short and sexy gold beaded Pucci dress as she posed for the cameras on her way inside the Battersea Evolution in Battersea Park.
Golden girl: Tamara Ecclestone looked stunning in a short sexy gold beaded dress by Pucci as she arrived at the F1 party for Great Ormond Street in London last night
The annual event raises money for Great Ormond Street Hospital and has been run by Tamara for the last five years.
And last night she was the hostess with the mostess as she greeted her celebrity friends who were all there to take part in the fun and games of the night and donate lots off cash to the worthy cause.
Turning heads! Lizzie Cundy, a good friend of Tamara and a guest at the bash, arrived in a very daring Piamichi dress that left very little to the imagination
Among them was Lizzie Cundy who gave her good friend a run for her money in the sexy dress stakes.
The TV presenter turned heads in her very daring Piamichi dress, which was held together on the shoulder and at her waist and had a very daring split up the right side as she arrived at the bash.
Rock chicks: Leah Weller and Beverley Knight were also guests at the bash
TV couple: Vernon Kay and Tess Daly looked very chic as they arrived at the party in Battersea
Other guests included Great Ormond Street Hospital patrons Vernon
Kay, who looked very smart in his suit, and his wife Tess Daly, who wore a very cute red dress.
Singer Beverly Knight also attended in a short dark green and black printed dress, and model Leah Weller, who stood out in her strapless green dress.
Hot couples: Chef Aldo Zilli and his wife Nikki were there as well as Donal MacIntyre and his wife Ameera
The big boss: F1 mogul Bernie Ecclestone was there to support his daughter and posed for a snap with fiance Fabiana Flosi
Reality TV star Mark Wright was also there and arrived with his cousin Tommy, who stars in Mark Wright's Hollywood Nights with him.
Mark said: 'I'm a big supporter of the
charity. I'm a supporter of any charity that I'm invited to, because
it's just good to come somewhere when you know it's such a good cause.
I'm a big fan of Formula One. I love Lewis Hamilton, (Fernando)
Alonso… it's just something I've always watched since I was a kid.
I've got a fast car myself.'
For a good cause: Mark Wright and his cousin Tommy Smith came to spend some money for the hospital
Tamara organised the event and said: 'We raised 650,000 last year and this
year, in my mind, the target is to beat that.
'Great Ormond Street is
such an amazing place and obviously they need all the money we can get.
These are hard times for people but I think people who come here tonight
should dig deep and spend lots of money.'
Fundraisers: DJ Sara Cox and TV personality Louis Spence were also on the guest list
The daughter of F1 boss Bernie, who was there but kept a low profile, said it would be 'amazing' if a Grand Prix was
held in central London as has been suggested by her father.
She said: 'I think London is such a
fabulous city and Formula One is glamourous and fabulous and fantastic,
and street circuits have such a great buzz about them so I would be all
The lady of the hour: Tamara addressed the audience and thanked them all