Amber Le Bon made an elegant hostess at a glitzy gala in London's Victoria & Albert museum on Wednesday.
Showing off the style – and the cheekbones – she's inherited from her model mother Yasmin, the 26-year-old posed with YouTube sensation Jim Chapman at The British Heart Foundation fundraiser.
Amber Le Bon and Jim Chapman at the Tunnel of Love fundraiser
Her mother and pop star father Simon weren't at the party, but Amber also a successful model, wouldn't have minded if they had been.
Ahead of the soiree, she told the Evening Standard: "I really like going out with my parents, they are parents but also like my friends and we have huge amounts of fun together."
"Parents always try to embarrass their children, in a friendly way, it's their prerogative, you just have to not let yourself be embarrassed, I find it funny," added Amber, who had picked out a pretty patterned maxi dress for the party.
Pixie Lott looked red hot ahead of her performance
In the interview her co-host Jim, who is now one of the country's most popular vloggers, admitted he is still getting used to being in the limelight.
The 27-year-old said: "Suddenly becoming popular and influential has completely changed my life. I come from fairly humble beginnings and now I have the best job in the world and get to experience some incredible things."
Lilah Parson Parson was pretty in fuchsia pink for the event
Other guests included Millie Mackintosh and MTV presenter Lilah Parsons. Meanwhile, Pixie Lott looked stunning in a plunge necked red dress as she arrived to perform.
Lots at the auction included an Alexander McQueen skull clutch by the fashion house's chief designer Sarah Burton, a Chanel bag straight from Karl Lagerfield's runway, an Alice Temperley lace gown and a limited edition print by artist Peter Blake.
Also on offer were a couture dress once worn by Kylie Minogue, flowers for a year from celebrated florist Absolute Flowers and tickets to a private box at Wembley to see the England football team play.
Millie Mackintosh puts her best foot forward for charity
Money raised will go towards the BHF’s Mending Broken Hearts Appeal. Chief Executive Simon Gillespie said: "We’re absolutely delighted to have the support of the fashion, art and sports communities who has given so generously again this year.
"Every pound raised will play a crucial role in helping us fund new ground-breaking research in our mission to find a cure for heart failure."