Princess Eugenie attended the Fashion for Relief catwalk show at the Natural History Museum last night (17.09.08).
The 18-year-old royal – whose mother Sarah Ferguson and sister Princess Beatrice took part in last year’s show – sat alongside supermodel Jerry Hall, Sting’s wife Trudi Styler and Prime Minister’s wife Sarah Brown in the front row to watch the charity show, which was organised by Naomi Campbell.
The annual fashion show – which last year raised £1 million for victims of floods in Gloucestershire, England – sees a host of famous faces take to the catwalk in order to raise money for charity.
Proceeds from this year’s event will aid the White Ribbon Alliance, which helps pregnant women and newborn babies in the Third World.
Among the stars taking to the catwalk were TV presenter Cilla Black, 65, who wowed the audience when she appeared wearing a racy cabaret-style outfit, consisting of a pair of panties over some tights.
Jo Wood, the wife of troubled Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, wore a glamorous gold outfit, and reportedly asked friend and ex-wife of Mick Jagger Jerry Hall for modelling tips.
A source told the MailOnline website: “She went for her fitting and has been so excited. Jerry Hall has been giving her advice on how to walk and she has been practising in her highest heels at home.”
Naomi opened the show in a glamorous peacock-feather dress, while Girls Aloud star Cheryl Cole showed of her petite figure in a pink cocktail dress.
Earlier in the week, the princess wore a daring dress featuring a plunging neckline during a night out.
The mini-dress left little to the imagination, with Eugenie’s cleavage threatening to spill out as she climbed into a taxi at the end of the evening.