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EastEnders’ Lacey Turner will join Shona McGarty, Bobbie Brazier and the EastEnders Christmas Charity Concert

EastEnders’ Lacey Turner wrapped up warm as she attended the The Solving Kids Cancer UK Christmas Concert in London on Thursday evening. 

The actress, 34, joined co-stars including Shona McGarty and Bobbie Brazier at the St Pancrus Church as they performed as part of a choir for the good cause. 

Lacey, who plays Stacey Slater on the show, looked fashionable in a colourful printed coat with large buttons and a black faux-fur collar. 

Arrivals: EastEnders’ Lacey Turner, 34 (right) wrapped up warm as she attended the The Solving Kids Cancer UK Christmas Concert in London on Thursday evening alongside co-star Shona McGarty, 31 (left)

She The coat was layered over distressed denim jeans that she had cut and then she slipped her feet into brown Ugg ankle boots.  

The stunner added a touch of makeup to enhance her natural beauty and let her dark locks fall past her shoulders. 

Shona, 31 years old, wore a black faux fur coat over a Christmas jumper. 

Keeping warm: Bobby Brazier, 19, appeared in high spirits and followed suit donning a long double-breasted four fur coat which he belted at his waist

Stylish: Lacey, 34,  looked stylish in a colourful geometric printed coat that also boasted large buttons and a black faux fur collar

Chic: Meanwhile Shona, 31, donned a black faux fur coat which she appeared to wear over a colour Christmas jumper

The Whitney Dean actress, wore black boots with a pair of boots and arrived at the scene holding bells ready for a variety of festive tunes. 

Bobby, 19, was high spirits and followed his lead wearing a long double-breasted, four-fur coat that he belted at waist.  

The son of Jade Goody, who plays Freddie Slater, looked smart and wore blue jeans along with a pair of black Chelsea boots. 

Festive spirit: Meanwhile Shona, 31, donned a black faux fur coat which she wore over a colour Christmas jumper

Stylish: The son of Jade Goody, who plays Freddie Slater, looked smart and wore blue jeans along with a pair of black Chelsea boots

Model credentials: He He showed his unique sense of style by layering the coat over a padded vest and sporting a large cocktail band. 

Pals: (L-R) Clay Milner Russell and Bobby Brazier

The evening helped raise money for Solving Kids’ Cancer UK, with all proceeds going towards the work they do children and their families around the UK who are experiencing the many challenges that come with a cancer diagnosis. 

The actors took the time to meet the audience. They also raffled off a EastEnders-themed prize to raise additional funds for the charity.

 The London Show Choir and London Oratory School Chamber Choir joined the soap stars to ring Christmas classics. 

Kellie Bright, a golden girl: She wore a leopard print trimmed jacket over a metallic gold skirt.

Christmas cheer: (L-R) Kellie Bright, Lorraine Stanley, Ellie Dadd 

Hello! Jessie Wallace (left) arrived hand-in-hand with carpenter boyfriend Justin Gallwey

Elf: Ellie Dadd opted for an elf themed Christmas sweater 

Leading Lady: Natalie Cassidy wore a sequinned Christmas sweater for the evening 

Soap stars: Lacey Turner (right) made her way inside with Navin Chowdhry (left) Balvinder Sopal (centre)

Arrivals: Navin Chowdhry (left) arrived with Lacy donning a bright Rudolph the red nosed raindeer jumper 

Chinwag: They had a chat outside the church before they showed off their vocal skills 

Coats: Navin donned a The North Face padded jacket while Balvinder chose a burnt orange furry coat 

It comes after it was revealed Three of June Brown’s children will appear on the show for her character Dot Cotton’s funeral.

According to The SunChris Kershaw, show boss of the show, told how June’s children Sophie, Nim, and Billy requested to be in that emotional scene.

The special episode, which runs for 37 minutes, will air Monday, December 12.

Lads: (L-R) Roger Griffiths, Denzel Danes, Tony Clay 

Jolly holiday: Lorraine Stanley donned a colourful Christmas jumper and sparkly bobble cap for the occasion 

Cheeky: She She was in great spirits after the concert as she ate a mince pies.

June Arnold, who was 95 years old, died in April. She was also the mother to Louise Arnold and Chloe Arnold. Richard Arnold died in 2003.

Dot left a voicemail saying that she was going on her last scenes with the BBC series. She wanted to visit Charlie in Ireland.

Chris, EastEnders’ executive producers, stated to the publication that June didn’t want Dot killed off while she was still alive.

Casual: Zaraah Abrahams (right) joined  Clair Norris (left)

He said: ‘She Of course, she knew it was the right decision to leave us when she did.

‘After It was something we could not put off for too long. June’s family confirmed that it was what she wanted.

He “June’s children Nim and Sophie, as well as Billy, knew what EastEnders meant for their mother. They requested to attend Dot’s funeral to say their farewells.

Winter: Heather Peace wrapped up in a winter coat and teamed it with a scarf 

Milly Zero, Dotty’s granddaughter, has previously revealed to the publication that she and her cast cried’real’ while filming the scenes as they gathered for the amazing funeral episode. 

She “It was an emotional day. Because it is such a beautiful tribute, we cried tears of joy while filming. You will find parts of the episode that make you laugh.

‘June was always a bit mischievous and would often change the words in the script, but that was her.

‘She I would have loved to have seen us all come together for this episode. It is a dream role that I am proud to play as her granddaughter. We will always be indebted to her. 

Farewell: It comes after it was revealed Three of June Brown ‘s children will appear on the show for her character Dot Cotton’s funeral

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