A host of celebrities hit the red carpet at the glittering Prince’s Trust Awards at the
Maya Jama, Laura Whitmore and Iskra Lawrence led the stars making stylish arrivals at the awards, with the guest list also including Queen rocker Brian May, Luke Evans, Gemma Atkinson and Gorka Marquez, AJ Pritchard, Anne Marie, Colin Salmon and Kate Garraway.
Presenter Maya, 24, dazzled in a white kimono-inspired gown, adorned with humming bird and tropical flower prints.
The stunning gown featured an elegant sweeping sleeve, with the star completing her ensemble with nude stiletto heels and a matching metallic clutch bag.
Her raven tresses were pulled into a sleek side ponytail while her pretty features were enhanced with a radiant dusting of make-up.
Laura, 33, was suited and booted for the awards ceremony, showing off her lithe figure in a powder blue trouser suit paired with teal crushed velvet ankle boots.
Lavender: Model Iskra, 28, oozed confidence as she posed up in a lavender trouser suit which clung to her toned curves
Glow: Laura showed off her pearl encrusted silver slides as she posed up on the red carpet
Elegance: Laura, 33, was suited and booted for the awards ceremony, showing off her lithe figure in a powder blue trouser suit paired with teal crushed velvet ankle boots
A tailored blazer worn over a white slip cinched in at the star’s slender waist while the matching culottes drew the eye to her lean legs.
The Survival of the Fittest star’s locks were pulled into a tousled updo and she accessorised with a white leather handbag.
Model Iskra, 28, oozed confidence as she posed up in a lavender trouser suit which clung to her toned curves.
Cute couple: Pregnant Gemma Atkinson looked positively radiant as she joined boyfriend Gorka Marquez at the awards
Stunning: Gemma showcased her pregnancy curves in a printed maxi dress that skimmed over her bump and featured a dipped hemline
Hot mama: Gemma was proud of her bump as she showed off her growing stomach in her chic dress
The Instagram sensation’s blazer wrapped around her honed waist, with the star adding a touch of sparkle with a metallic Chanel handbag.
Her locks were slicked back off her face to emphasise her smoky eye make-up.
Gemma Atkinson looked positively radiant as she cradled her baby bump at the glittering awards.
Delightful duo: Strictly pro Gorka looked dapper as he cosied up to his other half, with the Spanish dancer donning a suave navy suit
Joined by her boyfriend Gorka Marquez at the event, the 34-year-old soap star seemed in good spirits as she posed on the red carpet.
Gemma showcased her pregnancy curves in a printed maxi dress that skimmed over her bump and featured a dipped hemline.
The Hollyoaks stunner kept her accessories simple for the event, donning nude heels with a silver clutch bag and wearing delicate chandelier earrings.
Looking good: Kate Garraway and Jenni Falconer looked sensational as they posed for the cameras
Pals: Kate was joined by presenting pal Richard Arnold with radio DJ Clara Amfo looking incredible in a military style jacket
Musical moment: The Vamps rockers James McVey and Brad Simpson looked handsome as they posed
Style: Olympic champion boxer Nicola Adams and presenter Fiona Phillips were among the superstar attendees
Strictly pro Gorka, 28, looked dapper as he cosied up to his other half, with the Italian dancer donning a suave navy suit.
Gemma and Gorka announced their big news on February 1st this year with an adorable post featuring a picture of her two dogs with signs around their necks – one of which read: ‘Guess what… Mum’s pregnant!’.
The couple met on Strictly Come Dancing in 2017 before going public with their relationship in February last year.
HRH: Prince Charles looked in great spirits as he arrived at the awards ceremony
His cause: The Prince founded the charity in 1976 as a way to help vulnerable young people
Since making the happy announcement, Gemma has been keeping fans in the loop with her pregnancy, sharing plenty of snaps and videos.
The Prince’s Trust and TK Maxx & Homesense Awards honour the achievements of young people supported by The Trust.
The awards recognise young people who have who have succeeded against the odds, improved their chances in life and had a positive impact on their communities.
The Prince’s Trust is a charity founded in 1976 by Charles, Prince of Wales to help vulnerable young people get their lives on track.