Caroline Flack makes Her Catwalk Debut in Tulle Prom Dress

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She’s one of the nation’s best-loved presenters and won the last series of Strictly Come Dancing with a record-breaking perfect score. And it seems there’s nothing Caroline Flack can’t do since the 35-year-old star took to the catwalk like a duck to water during Naomi Campbell’s Fashion For Relief show in London on Thursday night.

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The former Xtra Factor presenter looked sensational as she strutted down the runway at the charity event in Somerset House, held in aid of raising funds and awareness for the Ebola crisis in West Africa. Caroline was given a regal makeover, wearing an elaborate, crown-shaped hat with netting falling across her face.

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The brunette beauty donned a bow-embellished prom dress with a puffy tulle skirt that showed off her toned legs. With minimal eye make-up and a matte complexion, the only pop of colour was a slick of red bright red lipstick. Accustomed to being in the limelight and coping under pressure, Caroline seemed totally at ease as she paraded in front of London’s fash pack.

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The star was joined by a host of famous faces including Katie Price and Pixie Lott, as well as established models like Jourdan Dunn.

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The event was organised by humanitarian and supermodel Naomi, who also took to the runway, just as she had done at her Fashion For Relief show during New York Fashion Week last Saturday.

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The outfits were donated by top design houses including Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood, Balmain and Versace. Naomi – who has a home at the heart of the Ebola outbreak in Kenya – said: ‘I am delighted to be at the forefront of a campaign which is helping raise awareness about the Ebola virus around the world. Thousands of families and villages have been decimated by this dreadful disease and we must do everything to treat and stop it spreading anymore in the future.’

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