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Pippa Middleton is radiant in red as she attends British Heart Foundation ball

pippa middleton wearing green dress and curly hair during the Platinum Party at the Palace in front of Buckingham Palace
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Pippa Middleton was leading the ladies in red on Tuesday night, as she attended the British Heart Foundation's Roll Out The Red ball. The gorgeous and tanned Pippa, who had just arrived back from a family holiday to Mustique, was joined at the event by her brother James Middleton and his girlfriend, radio presenter Donna Air.


Pippa, who is an ambassador for the charity, wore a stunning red dress with lace floral overlay, and matching pointed heels.

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Pippa Middleton

She wore her brunette locks, so similar to her sister the Duchess of Cambridge, in a loose curl, and accessorised with a sparkly clutch and bracelet.

James and his date, Donna Air, looked loved up as they arrived together. The pair have been dating for nearly two years although they tend to keep their relationship out of the spotlight, but the two looked smitten still, as they cuddled up to each other.

Donna wore a Nevena London aqua blue lace gown, with a high Victorian collar, and clashing red bag and shoes to match the occasion.


Michelle Keegan and Mollie King

The Saturdays star Mollie King was hosting the event, and she was joined by HELLO! Online blogger Michelle Keegan. The pair both wore black, while their red came inthe form of accessories - a red belt for Mollie, and a sparkly red clutch for Michelle.

"I’m honoured to be hosting the Roll out the Red Ball in aid of the British Heart Foundation. It is such a fantastic charity which is very close to my heart. My grandfather sadly died of heart disease." 27-year-old Mollie said.

She added: "The BHF has already made vital discoveries in the prevention and treatment of heart and circulatory conditions but there is still so much work to be done. Guests attending the ball will be raising funds which will go directly into life saving heart research. The evening promises to be one to remember!"