Pride Of Britain Awards 2022: Helen Skelton catches the eye in a stylish green dress as she attends the star-studded ceremony after she topped the Strictly leaderboard
Helen Skelton turned heads when she arrived at the Pride of Britain Awards at London’s Grosvenor House on Monday night.
The Strictly star, 39, showed off her slim figure in a bright green dress, which boasted cutouts at her waist.
The dress also featured a thin, tied crotch neckline and perfectly showcased her impressively muscular arms.
Chic: Helen Skelton, 39, caught the eye when she arrived at the Pride of Britain Awards at London’s Grosvenor House on Monday night
The Countryfile presenter opted for a full makeup look with a smokey eye and had her silver blonde hair styled in a deep side part and curl.
She combined the beautiful look with gold accents and opted for earrings, a bracelet and a cocktail ring.
Helen completed the look with a shiny gold clutch that she held on as she posed a storm on the star-studded red carpet.
Green with envy: The Strictly star showed off her slim figure in a bright green dress with cutouts at her waist
Stylish: The Countryfile presenter opted for a full makeup look with a smokey eye and had her silver blonde hair styled and curled in a deep side part
The annual Pride of Britain Awards return for the 23rd time Monday night at London’s Grosvenor House, with Carol Vorderman and Ashley Banjo co-hosting the star-studded affair.
Taking place since 1999, the ceremony honors the achievements of truly remarkable people from across the UK and all walks of life – nominated by members of the public.
After a shortlist of thousands of entries has been made, the winners will be chosen by the Pride of Britain jury panel.
Accessories: She completed the gorgeous look with gold accents and opted for earrings, a bracelet and a cocktail ring
Sparkles: Helen completed the look with a shimmery gold clutch that she clutched as she formed a storm on the star-studded red carpet
Despite taking place on Monday evenings, the ceremony will be broadcast on ITV on Thursday 27 October at 8pm.
Carol, who has hosted the event for 23 years since 1999, said: ‘We will have 12 incredible winners again this year, but it is difficult for the judges because we have thousands of nominations and anyone on the shortlist could easily win.’
The Pride Of Britain awards will honor winners in eight categories; TSB Community Hero Award, ITV Fundraiser Of The Year, Good Morning Britain Young Fundraiser of the Year, This Morning Emergency Services Award, Outstanding Bravery, Child/Teenager of Courage, Lifetime Achievement and Special Recognition.
A whole host of famous faces will attend the bash, including David Beckham, Dame Joan Collins, Sir Mo Farah and many more.
Hosts: The annual Pride of Britain Awards return Monday night for a 23rd year at London’s Grosvenor House, with Carol Vorderman and Ashley Banjo co-hosting the star-studded affair