Amanda Holden, Davina McCall and Laura Whitmore lead stars attending the BGC Partners Charity Day

Amanda Holden, Davina McCall and Laura Whitmore led the stars in attendance at the BGC Partners Charity Day in London on Thursday.

Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda, 51, looked glamorous in a fuchsia shirt and matching pair of trousers.

The radio host added height to her body in a matching pair of heels as she joined Davina, 54, on the red carpet.

Event: Amanda Holden and Davina McCall led the stars in attendance at the BGC Partners Charity Day in London on Thursday

Style: Former Big Brother host Davina cut a modern figure in a black midi dress with a white collar and matching cuffs.

Style: Former Big Brother host Davina cut a modern figure in a black midi dress with a white collar and matching cuffs.

Event: Amanda Holden and Davina McCall led the stars in attendance at the BGC Partners Charity Day in London on Thursday

Letting her blonde locks fall loosely over her shoulders, the star added a light makeup palette to her look.

Former Big Brother host Davina cut a modern figure in a black midi dress with a white collar and matching cuffs.

The presenter also rocked a pair of black kitten heels and added white ankle socks to her outfit.

Laura, 37, opted for a dark green blazer for the event, pairing it with matching high-waisted trousers.

Fashion: Laura opted for a dark green blazer for the event, pairing it with matching high-waisted pants.

Fashion: Laura opted for a dark green blazer for the event, pairing it with matching high-waisted pants.

Fashion: Laura opted for a dark green blazer for the event, pairing it with matching high-waisted pants.

Pals: Laura looked in good spirits as she posed on the red carpet with Rio Ferdinand and Sadie Frost

Pals: Laura looked in good spirits as she posed on the red carpet with Rio Ferdinand and Sadie Frost

Pals: Laura looked in good spirits as she posed on the red carpet with Rio Ferdinand and Sadie Frost

The former Love Island host also wore a white ‘Choose Love’ t-shirt and added height to her figure with a pair of heels.

With her blonde locks down, the star looked in good spirits as she posed on the red carpet with Rio Ferdinand and Sadie Frost.

BGC Partners’ annual charity day commemorates those whose lives were lost on 9/11 by providing its global proceeds to hundreds of charities.

It comes after Davina admitted she is experiencing a “second spring” after the changing responsibilities that have come with aging allowed her to hang out with her friends into the wee hours of the morning once again.

Heartwarming: Davina and Amanda looked in good spirits as they posed with a pair of pooches on the red carpet

Heartwarming: Davina and Amanda looked in good spirits as they posed with a pair of pooches on the red carpet

Heartwarming: Davina and Amanda looked in good spirits as they posed with a pair of pooches on the red carpet

Radiant: Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda rocked a glamorous figure in a fuchsia shirt and matching pair of trousers

Radiant: Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda rocked a glamorous figure in a fuchsia shirt and matching pair of trousers

Radiant: Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda rocked a glamorous figure in a fuchsia shirt and matching pair of trousers

Pals: Davina and Amanda were seen hugging each other at the event

Pals: Davina and Amanda were seen hugging each other at the event

Pals: Davina and Amanda were seen hugging each other at the event

The star has been outspoken about aging and menopause, saying that as her children Holly, 21, Tilly, 19, and Chester, 16, grow up, she has been able to get back in touch with her younger self. youth.

She said woman and home: ‘A lot of my friends are going out dancing again. I used to, maybe once a year, but now I go out a lot and get home at 2am.

She said: ‘I can sleep until 10 am because my children sleep until noon and I enjoy it.

‘It’s like getting a new lease on life. The Chinese call it the second spring and that is a very nice concept. You never need to get old.

“I think there has been a change in society’s expectations of women of a certain age. There is no longer a ‘certain’ age. We can do whatever we want.’

Good cause: BGC's annual charity day at Canary Wharf is in commemoration of the 658 BGC colleagues and 61 Eurobrokers employees lost on 9/11

Good cause: BGC's annual charity day at Canary Wharf is in commemoration of the 658 BGC colleagues and 61 Eurobrokers employees lost on 9/11

Good cause: BGC’s annual charity day at Canary Wharf is in commemoration of the 658 BGC colleagues and 61 Eurobrokers employees lost on 9/11

Impressive: Over the last 18 years, approximately US$192 million has been raised as a direct result of charity day.

Impressive: Over the last 18 years, approximately US$192 million has been raised as a direct result of charity day.

Impressive: Over the last 18 years, approximately US$192 million has been raised as a direct result of charity day.

Pose: Former Love Island host Laura also wore a white 'Choose Love' T-shirt and added height to her body with a pair of heels.

Pose: Former Love Island host Laura also wore a white 'Choose Love' T-shirt and added height to her body with a pair of heels.

Stunning: Laura let her blonde locks fall loose around her shoulders

Stunning: Laura let her blonde locks fall loose around her shoulders

Pose: Former Love Island host Laura also wore a white ‘Choose Love’ T-shirt and added height to her body with a pair of heels.

Naive: It comes after Davina admits that she is experiencing a “second spring” after the changing responsibilities that have come with aging allowed her to go out with her friends until the wee hours of the morning once again.

Davina said that menopause was an incredible rebirth for her, adding that “we all owe it to younger women to go out and live our best lives.”

It comes after Davina has opened up about feeling ‘unattractive’ while suffering from severe menopausal symptoms.

The former Big Brother host, who now takes HRT to help manage her symptoms, recalled suffering from night sweats, dry skin and brain fog and admitted she no longer “felt sexy”.

Davina, who was perimenopausal at age 44, spoke with The Fabulous Magazine of the Sun about how the changes in her body had an impact on her sex drive, as she was constantly “exhausted” from waking up at night as a result of her symptoms.

Family: The star has been outspoken about aging and menopause, saying that as her children Holly, 21, Tilly, 19, and Chester, 16, grow up, she has been able to get back in touch with her younger family.  side

Family: The star has been outspoken about aging and menopause, saying that as her children Holly, 21, Tilly, 19, and Chester, 16, grow up, she has been able to get back in touch with her younger family.  side

Family: The star has been outspoken about aging and menopause, saying that as her children Holly, 21, Tilly, 19, and Chester, 16, grow up, she has been able to get back in touch with her younger family. side

Davina told woman&home: 'A lot of my friends are going out dancing again.  I used to, maybe once a year, but now I go out a lot and get home at 2am'

Davina told woman&home: 'A lot of my friends are going out dancing again.  I used to, maybe once a year, but now I go out a lot and get home at 2am'

Davina told woman&home: ‘A lot of my friends are going out dancing again. I used to, maybe once a year, but now I go out a lot and get home at 2am’

She said: 'I can sleep until 10 am because my children sleep until noon and I enjoy it.  'It's like getting a new lease on life'

She said: 'I can sleep until 10 am because my children sleep until noon and I enjoy it.  'It's like getting a new lease on life'

She said: ‘I can sleep until 10 am because my children sleep until noon and I enjoy it. ‘It’s like getting a new lease on life’

Davina told the publication: ‘I lost something of myself. I changed. She couldn’t pinpoint how she had changed, but she definitely had. I didn’t feel myself.

“I felt spectacularly unattractive during my sweaty nights and my dry, sore vagina and my dry skin, and my brain fog. None of this made me feel sexy.

‘Menopause can be a very lonely place. You can start to feel like you’re the only person in the world who feels that way and that no one understands what you’re going through.’

Davina explored menopause in a documentary titled Sex, Mind and the Menopause, the follow-up to her 2021 show Sex, Myths and the Menopause.

The show further explored the hot topics raised in its first documentary, including menopause myths and the taboo around HRT.

Davina added: 'The Chinese call it the second spring and that's a really nice concept.  You never need to get old

Davina added: 'The Chinese call it the second spring and that's a really nice concept.  You never need to get old

Davina added: ‘The Chinese call it the second spring and that’s a really nice concept. You never need to get old

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