Celeb’s endorse Prince’s youth charity event
Stars, Naomi Harris, Kimberley Walsh, Cheryl Cole, Connie Huq, Denise Lewis and VV Brown were amongst those that gathered at the star studied Prince’s Trust and L’Oreal Paris ceremony which recognises young people who have overcome challenges such as abuse, depression, addiction and homelessness to achieve success with the youth charity’s support.
If there was one criticism it would be that the press release handed out to photographers did not include any references to African or Caribbean celebrities who were amongst the guests.
Naomi Harris pictured who has appeared in Miami Vice and starred in Pirates of The Caribbean and more recently ‘Small Island’ was amongst the popular guests on the red carpet.
Prince’s Trust organisers gave in to Cheryl Cole’s diva demands; the X Factor judge drove in through the backdoor entrance much to the dismay of her fans. “We’ve been queuing for three hours.” said one fan from South London.
TV personality Connie Huq interviewed guests on the red-carpet arrivals.
Girls Aloud member – Kimberley Walsh went directly from the Princes’ Trust awards to appear on set of Celebrity Juice.
Solo artist and Marks & Spencers model VV Brown performed at the Prince’s Trust L’Oreal Awards ceremony.
Christine Bleakly (Day Break), Denise Lewis (Former athlete and TV reporter) and actress Naomi Harris are snapped following the awards ceremony in London.
Recipients of the Young Enterprise award.
Last to arrive was HRH Prince Charles. We’re sparing HRH Prince Charles the embarrassment of his faux pas, his opening speech was clearly visual on paparazzi cameras.