Stylish Rene Byrd attends Mandela Service
Looking seriously stylishly Rnb/soul singer Rene Byrd was pictured as she exited Nelson Mandela’s Service of Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey.
The Service of Thanksgiving in memory of Nelson Mandela marked a special moment in history. Nelson Mandela is the first non-Britain to be honoured at Westminster Abbey.
Speaking after the event a spokesperson said: “Mandela showed great magnanimity despite serving twenty seven years in prison, he was a special man and this was a remarkable occasion.”
Rene Byrd was styled by Natalie Robinson from Style Icon.
Get the look: Grey Coat: Natalia Kaut, Black Dress: Nicodidonna, Hat: Katherine Elizabeth, Red Shoes/Bag: Kurt Keiger.
Other stylish guests included Idris Elba who portrayed the life of Nelson Mandela in the recent Long Walk to Freedom cinema release.
Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE looked fabulous as she exited the Service of Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey.
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Fearne Cotton (below) looked fresh faced despite taking on a double shift. BBC radio host Nick Grimshaw was rushed to hospital after feeling unwell which meant that Fearne had to take-over the breakfast slot.
Nick Grimshaw took to twitter following his hospital visit: “Went to hospy, had X-rays, coughed it up, all fine now. I can eat glass in a circus now if all else fails,” tweeted Grimshaw.