Dec Donnelly and wife Ali Astall enjoyed a rare date night as they headed to a star-studded charity event.
The happy couple, who welcomed first daughter Isla last year, joined some of their celebrity pals at an event for children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent in London.
Ali looked stunning in a sleeveless black dress with a sweetheart neckline, and matching black sandals.
And Britain's Got Talent host Dec, 43, looked handsome in a navy blue suit and white shirt, complete with pocket square.
The loved-up pair smiled for the cameras as they posed up on the red carpet at Claridges Hotel, where the Very British Affair auction was being held.
Also in attendance was Dec's old pal Holly Willoughby , who looked stunning in a navy trouser suit and with her blonde hair pulled back into an up-do.
Holly and Dec go way back, and of course, she stepped in last year to host I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! alongside him during Ant McPartlin's break from telly.
McFly's Harry Judd was there with his wife Izzy, just a few days after his band announced a one-off show at London's O2 Arena.
Harry looked dapper in an all-black suit, with Izzy matching him in a black dress with lace detailing.
New mum Christine Lampard also took a night off to attend the charity event.
She looked sensational in a pink jumpsuit.
The Loose Women star got together with her pal Holly for a lovely picture.
She also posed for a snap with kids' TV and sports presenter Jake Humphrey, who dressed for the occasion in a sharp grey suit, but kept things casual with a black T-shirt and white trainers.
Presenter Natasha Kaplinsky as also there in a gorgeous black mini dress that revealed her enviable pins and also featured a daring keyhole neckline.
Good Morning Britain's Ben Shepherd also attended the event with his wife Anne.
Ben dressed up in navy blue trousers, a white shirt and a light blue blazer, while Anne opted for a pretty white trouser suit with a black top underneath, completing her look with a black top hat that she took off to pose for pictures.
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