Viscountess Emma Weymouth, 33, dazzled when she stepped out in London last night.
The stunning model, who was a contestant on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing, stole the show in a shimmery sequin gown at a fund-raising gala.
The television star attended the Royal Osteoporosis Gala Dinner at Banqueting House in Whitehall to help raise funds to help the charity search for a cure to end osteoporosis.
The wife of Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount Weymouth, shimmered and sparkled in her floor-length blush pink dress as she made her way to the event.
She teamed her backless gown with a pair of nude heels and carried stylish silver clutch bag in her hands.
Mum-of-two Emma, who was partnered with professional dancer Aljaž Škorjanec on the BBC ballroom dancing show until their departure in week seven, wore her hair loose for the occasion.
She enhanced her pretty features with glam make-up in pink hues to compliment her outfit.
Guests at the Royal Osteoporosis Gala Dinner enjoyed a champagne reception, three-course meal and a fashion show from British designer Julien Macdonald on the night.
Emma’s former Strictly partner Aljaž, 29, and his wife Janette Manrara, 36, were also snapped at last night’s event.
Professional dancer Janette, who appeared on the BBC show with Paralympic table tennis player Will Bayley, has a special connection with the designer.
Julien was Janette’s very first partner when she joined the show back in 2013 and they have remained in contact - the fashion designer even created her wedding dress when she married her co-star two years ago.
Last night, the petite dancer wore another stunning creation from Julien, 48.
She put on a leggy display in a sparkly silver dress with a plunging neckline and a daring thigh-high split.
Strictly star Aljaž looked dapper in a black dinner jacket and bow tie.
Model Emma, who is a Contributing Editor for British Vogue, is no stranger to a glamorous event.
Earlier in the week she attended the 65th Evening Standard Theatre Awards at the London Coliseum along with Vogue UK's editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, 47.
There are few things more irritating than wanting to pair a chunky knit with your favourite winter skirt - only to end up with an annoyingly lumpy result around the waistband.
Fortunately, a fashion blogger - who goes by the name Jess With Less - has revealed the handy trick she uses to keep her look smooth.
This week she shared a video on Instagram to her 83k followers demonstrating how you can enlist a skinny belt to perform a clever faux-tuck.
To start, you need to put the belt on over your knit, and only then do you pull the jumper up until its almost - but not quite - all the way through.
With the jumper hem held in place by the belt, you can then put on your skirt - and people will be none the wiser.
In the clip, Jess, while performing a step-by-step, tells the camera: “You have your basic, long hip-length sweater.
“You want to grab a belt - grab one that’s kind of similar in colour to the sweater.
“Then tie it. Somewhat tight but not too tight, because you want to have room to breathe.”
The blogger adds: “Then you’re just just going to pull it out and up.
“Pretty much as close as you can get it, without having to pull it up too much, because obviously you don’t want to pull it through all the way.”
You can also use the trick when wearing a jumper over a dress to make it look like you’re actually wearing a skirt.
Earlier this week, she demonstrated how she had used the method to turn a gingham summer dress into a winter-appropriate skirt.
“I dug this gingham summer dress out of storage and fully winterized it with extra thick tights + a cozy sweater using the belt trick to make it cropped + high boots to keep my legs warm,” the social media star captioned a snap of her outfit.