EMILY Andre, Christine McGuinness and Amy Childs stunned on the carpet at Caudwell Children's Butterfly Ball.
Christine, 33, dazzled in a pink dress as she attended the star-studded charity event last night.
The glamorous mum-of-three showed off her sensational curves with the stunning gown as she rubbed shoulders with other celebs at the charity event in Central London.
She looked set to walk down the aisle as she arrived at the bash in the plush Grosvenor House venue on Thursday.
Her dress' billowing lower half was offset by a chesty top to show off the 31-year-old's incredible figure.
And Christine couldn't stop smiling as she wore her blonde hair in elegant curls and finished off her look with a light touch of make-up and a white silk bag.
Reality star Christine - wife of Top Gear host Paddy - was joined by a host of other celebs for the charity ball - including Peter Andre's wife Emily and reality TV star Amy Childs.
Emily oozed glamour in a floor-length blue gown that exposed her shoulders, and the trainee doctor wore her hair in a classic bun.
Towie favourite Amy looked dazzling in a plunging silver dress with a thigh high split.
The annual Butterfly Ball is one of the most-talked about charity events of the year.
The party raises funds for Caudwell Children - which provides support for disabled kids.
Christine married Take Me Out presenter Paddy in 2011 and the couple have three children.
The model recently admitted snaps taken in 2018 while Paddy was working away - made her so upset that she vomited after seeing them.
The pictures emerged of husband Paddy with Nicole Appleton walking arm in arm prompted hundreds of fans and strangers to tell her to leave the comedian.
She said: "In the space of a few hours, suddenly everyone had an opinion of my marriage, and I didn't know what was going on myself.
"My husband was aware he'd been videoed by someone, as he asked them to stop filming when he was walking down the street with the other woman."
Writing in her autobiography, A Beautiful Nightmare, Christine revealed that Paddy cancelled all work commitments and returned home, desperate to speak to her.
She said: "I have to say we didn't speak much about it. There were no rows or arguments, But I just didn't want to look at him.
"He was home for two days before he returned to London for work. While he carried on filming, my life in Cheshire became a nightmare."
Because of the media storm Christine suddenly found herself in, with photographers following her on the school run, she retreated to her grandparents' house in Blackpool - where she received the advice that saved her marriage.
Christine's nan told her: "Marriage is difficult. I've been through it all with Grandad, and look at us now. I wouldn't be without him."
And it was those words that helped Christine to work through the tough period with Paddy. She added: "That advice has always stuck with me. People go through difficult times in marriage, family, work, life - everything."
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