Donna Air enjoyed a night out on the town, attending the Airbnb Floating House party in Canary Wharf, London. The TV presenter left her boyfriend James Middleton at home to mingle with fellow stars Amber Le Bon and Pixie Geldof among other famous faces.
Donna, 35, nailed summer chic wearing a blush pink dress that featured a lace overlay and peplum-style skirt.
The blonde beauty accessorised with an elaborately patterned hand bag and green flats, and left her hair loose over her shoulders.
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Amber Le Bon and Donna Air partied together on the floating house in London
Once inside the floating house party, Donna spent most of the evening chatting to good friend Amber. The 25-year-old model showed off her fashion credentials, rocking a studded leather jacket and a tweed mini dress that fell mid-calf.
Bob Geldof's daughter Pixie provided the entertainment for the night, taking to the DJ decks to blast out head-bopping tunes.
James Middleton's girlfriend nailed summer chic in a pretty pink dress
Other celebrity guests who HELLO! Online spotted at the bash included former Made in Chelsea stars Amber Atherton and Oliver Proudlock and presenter Sarah Jane Crawford, who recently confirmed that she will not be returning to host The Xtra Factor.
The colourful Airbnb house, which has been floating on the Thames since Monday, looked like something out of an animated film. Standing at eight metres tall and weighing 70 tonnes, the home has two bedrooms, a living room, a working bathroom and even a garden complete with real grass, a doghouse and an apple tree.
Pixie Geldof (right), pictured with Amber Atherton, acted as DJ for the night
Production company Star Events spent four months creating the structure. The floating house will cross local neighbourhoods such as Chelsea, Westminster and Canary Wharf and hold community events as well as overnight stays throughout the week.
Airbnb commissioned the house to be built to celebrate new rules, which mean that people in the UK can earn a 15 per cent pay rise by sharing their homes through rental sites like Airbnb.