Amanda Holden, Abbey Clancy and Katherine Jenkins set up their best telephone voices during the BGC charity day in London on Wednesday afternoon.
Boston Globe Consulting organizes the annual event every year at their Canary Wharf office to commemorate the devastating September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001.
Held in collaboration with Cantor Fitzgerald, who lost countless staff in the attack, the event brings together dozens of famous faces who go to the trading floor in an effort to raise money for goals that are dear to them.
Amanda, 48, picked up the phone on behalf of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and was cheerful when she mingled with her fellow guests on Wednesday afternoon.
The British Got Talent presenter typically looked stylish in a semi-pure pink coordinate while concluding deals with the expert guidance of experienced brokers, ready to help the visiting celebrities raise their much-needed money.
Elsewhere, Abbey, 33, stood out in a blazer with buckle and torn jeans after he had joined the event alongside recently retired soccer player husband Peter Crouch.
Merry: Amanda, 48, picked up the phone on behalf of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and was cheerful when she mingled with her fellow guests on Wednesday afternoon
Side by side: Elsewhere Abbey, 33, stood out in a blazer with buckle and torn jeans after he entered the event alongside recently retired soccer player Peter Crouch
In good company: Abbey was accompanied by an experienced broker when she tried to close deals during the charity event, commemorating the devastating September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001
Wheeling and acting: Katherine looked delighted after she had done a very important transaction on behalf of her charity represented, Grief Encounter
The pair were ready to raise money for Children with Cancer UK, and they were full of character because they shared a joke with their broker before the trade started.
Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine, 39, joined the group and wore an elegant cinched blue dress while representing the charity Grief Encounter for children.
The star enjoyed a light-hearted telephone conversation while concluding a deal on behalf of the London-based charity.
Yes, it's me really: the Wales mezzo-soprano laughed while chatting with a potential customer on the phone during the star-studded event on Wednesday
Who's on line 2? Amanda looked at a series of screens when phone calls came in on Wednesday afternoon
Comedy Gold: Abbey and Peter were in a typically lively mood when they raised money for Children With Cancer UK
Time in his hands: Peter appeared at the event after he recently announced his retirement from football after a glorious career
Abbey on line 1: The Liverpudlian model exuded confidence as she collected money alongside her husband
Meanwhile, the Duke of Sussex signed a £ 1 billion deal on a financial trading floor while helping to raise thousands of pounds for charity, including his Invictus Games.
Armed with three telephones while traders barked orders at him, Harry remained calm and managed to close the transaction, which raised an estimated £ 50,000.
At the Gilts office, which trades in government debt, Harry completed the huge trade under the watchful eye of Ryder Brown, co-head of the department.
Don't mind me: but the pop star was hard to miss when she went to the phones at One Churchill Place, Canary Wharf
Here to help: As with every celebrity at the Wednesday event, the pop sensation was accompanied by an experienced broker
Brown said the duke had done the difficult work of closing a £ 1 billion trade in 10-year gilts.
He said: & # 39; I thought he was excellent. It was very nerve-racking, but he handled the pressure well and closed the trade. It was difficult to close the trade. He picked up the phone and managed to do it – it's like acting in the old style. & # 39;
He followed orders from the staff around him when he made a £ 75 million deal and at one point said to the customer at the end of the line, "come on, one more".
When the deal was closed again, this time it was worth £ 100 million and he told the unknown trader on the phone "we are working on your order" and then added "can you improve your offer" when a BGC trader asks say the words.
Special day: held in collaboration with Cantor Fitzgerald, who lost many staff members in the attack, the event brings together dozens of famous faces who go to the trading floor in an effort to raise money for goals that are dear to them
Fascinating vision: Cheryl stood out during a stylish tartan summit during her performance at the event
You are surrounded: realtors looked like she was trying to close another deal on behalf of her chosen charity on Wednesday
Finally, an applause rose when the transaction was completed.
BGC Partners is a brokerage firm in the city that earns commission for the deals they facilitate between financial clients, and during charity day, a percentage of the funds earned will be donated to charities.
Getting involved: TV presenter Donna Air and All Saints star Natalie Appleton made sure their presence was felt at the event
She & # 39; s game: Former Sky Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher took over the phone on behalf of Muscular Dystrophy UK
For charity: Kirsty went with dozens of celebrities to the annual event at Canary Wharf in London
You know nothing Jon Snow: Kit Harington left him a few difficult months when he went to the phone on Wednesday
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