ANNE-Marie and Laura Anderson were among the stars who raised £1.8million after teaming up at John Caudwell’s Butterfly Ball.
The ceremony takes place every year to help the charity Caudwell Children continue their mission to serve thousands of children in need across the UK.
The annual ball was held at the Indigo at The O2 and raised almost £2million to support autistic children and children with a disability.
This year’s event was themed ‘We’re all different, be yourself’ and was hosted by the Love Island star Laura Whitmore.
The guest list included numerous TV stars who caused a sensation on the red carpet.
Pregnant Laura AndersonThe 35-year-old also beamed on the red carpet in a multicolored sequined bandeau midi dress while attending with her friend.
She paired her glamorous dress with a pair of gold strappy heels.
Her makeup looked effortless as she opted for a radiant glam look with a shimmery eyeshadow and black eyeliner, and a glossy light pink lip.
Laura’s platinum blonde hair was styled down in loose curls with a center parting.
pop singer, Annemarie also made an appearance on the red carpet, opting for a casual look with a printed oversized t-shirt and baggy black jeans.
Anne has styled her hair in tufts and opted for a minimal makeup look with a matte light pink lipstick and black eyeliner and mascara.
John CaudwellFounder of Caudwell Children, said: “I am incredibly proud of the work that Caudwell Children does each year which is why I devote so much time and energy to supporting their work.”
“This year, the Butterfly Ball celebrated all of our differences and helped us realize that by thinking and acting differently, we can make positive changes in the world.”
Founded by philanthropists John In 2000, Caudwell Children helped 78,500 children and their families and provided services worth over £91 million.
By personally paying for the charity’s annual administration and management expenses, he enables the charity to offer its supporters complete transparency, with 100 percent of donations going directly to the children and families who need them.