Susanna Reid, Rachel Riley and Emma Bunton looked glamorous as they attended the 2023 Women of the Year Lunch and Awards at the Royal Lancaster London hotel on Monday.
The Good Morning Britain presenter, 52, stood out in a plunging red satin midi dress, teamed with black stilettos.
Her short brunette locks were styled with a glamorous blow-dryer and she accessorized with dainty silver jewelry.
Meanwhile, Rachel, 37, showed off her incredible figure in a black figure-hugging midi dress with embellished silver detailing.
Emma, 47, wore a chic floral dress with a daring thigh-high slit and shoulder pads.
Glam: The Good Morning Britain presenter, 52, stood out in a plunging red satin midi dress, teamed with black stilettos
Her blonde locks were styled in loose waves and she opted for a dewy blush makeup look with a hint of nude lipstick.
Lorraine Kelly looked typically stylish in a purple velvet jumpsuit, teamed with dazzling gold heels.
Arlene Phillips opted for a more casual look which consisted of gray trousers and a black satin top.
Anita Rani wowed in a cream dress and black blazer as she posed for photos on the red carpet.
The Women of the Year Lunch and Awards hosted their 69th annual event to recognize and celebrate more than 400 women from across the UK who have achieved extraordinary things this year.
The event champions women from all walks of life and each guest is nominated by a member of the Women of the Year Nominating Council in recognition of their personal achievement or inspiration, attending the gathering as ‘Woman of the Year’.
The presenters included Emma, Clara Amfo, Felicity Jones, Rachel, Susanna and Lorraine, presented by Mel Giedroyc.
Guests included Denise Lewis, Baroness Floella Benjamin, Anita Rani, Tamzin Outhwaite, Arlene Phillips and many more.
Five women were honored with awards for their selfless dedication to their fields, including: Baroness Hale, Merope Mills, Raksha Pattni, Professor Bola Owolabi, Samantha Payne MBE and Dr Alicja Dzieciol.
The Foundation’s aim is to help women realize their potential and, in their own context, become future Woman of the Year.
They offer financial and practical support through small grants. These enable disadvantaged women, both in Britain and abroad, to start over, improve their lives and contribute to their communities.
Gorgeous: Emma, 47, wore a chic floral dress with a daring thigh-high slit and shoulder pads
Looking good: Lorraine Kelly looked quintessentially stylish in a purple velvet jumpsuit, paired with dazzling gold heels
Chic: Arlene Phillips opted for a more casual look consisting of gray pants and a black satin top
Stylish: Anita Rani wowed in a cream dress and black blazer as she posed for photos on the red carpet
Beaming: Anneka Rice was all smiles as she posed in a blue blazer and chic scarf
Friends: Lady Louise Vaughan, Tanni Grey-Thompson and Mel Giedroyc posed for a photo on the red carpet (photo LR)
Elegant: Denise Lewis opted for an ultra-chic cream suit and matching loafers
Since its inception, the Foundation has awarded small grants totaling over £250,000 to individual women and organizations looking to support women, helping them bring their dreams to life and achieve their ambitions.
Women of the Year paid tribute to some of the incredible achievements of 2023, including women’s sport, the consistently amazing workers within the NHS and the women who played an integral role in the King’s coronation this year.
It comes after Susanna channeled her inner Victoria Beckham during a hilarious moment on Wednesday’s Good Morning Britain.
The TV presenter was discussing the recently released BECKHAM documentary with entertainment correspondent Richard Arnold when he noted she looked like Victoria, 49, during her days as Posh Spice.
He said: ‘Susanna, you look very Posh Spice 1997.’
‘Am I?’ Susanna replied.
The journalist currently sports a sleek bob that resembles Victoria’s signature hairstyle from the 1990s.
An image of Victoria from the late 90s appeared on the screen next to Susanna, who hilariously tried to imitate the star’s famous pout.
“Here we go,” Susanna said.
‘You’ve got it! Creepy,” Richard replied.
Wow! Jo Whiley stood out in a shimmering green and blue dress
Glamorous: Ria Hebden looked elegant in a dazzling jumpsuit with black feather trim
Stylish: Mel wore a statement pink blazer and wide-leg trousers, paired with a white T-shirt
Beaming: Felicity Jones (left) and Lady Hale (right) pose for a sweet moment together
Awards: The Women of the Year Lunch and Awards hosted their 69th annual event to recognize and celebrate more than 400 women from across the UK who have achieved extraordinary things this year
Five women were honored with awards for their selfless dedication to their fields, including: Baroness Hale, Merope Mills, Raksha Pattni, Professor Bola Owolabi, Samantha Payne MBE and Dr Alicja Dzieciol
Charity: The Foundation’s aim is to help women realize their potential and, in their own context, become future Woman of the Year
In the tell-all Beckham documentary, released on Wednesday at 8am, the Beckhams provide an intimate insight into their marriage and early romance, their family life, and David’s football career is charted.
The couple have been married for 24 years since first meeting in 1997 and now have four children.
Now David and Victoria are ready to reveal their highly publicized romance on camera, including the tougher parts of their marriage and ‘rumors of infidelity scandals’.