SARAH Ferguson wowed in a chic ensemble as she attended a star-studded event in support of British Heart Foundation last night.
The Duchess of York, 59, stepped out in a floor-length black dress for the Heart Hero Awards held at the Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London.
For the charity do yesterday evening, Prince Andrew's ex-wife showed her support by accessorising with a red headband and black shoes emblazoned with red hearts.
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie's mum wore her red hair in a sleek blow-dried style.
She was joined by host Vernon Kay, model Penny Lancaster, presenter Gaby Roslin and footballer Glenn Hoddle.
The event aimed to recognise individuals who devote "much of their time and energy to help beat heart and circulatory disease".
It comes as her daughters attended the lavish Rome wedding of fashion designer Misha Nonoo and entrepreneur Michael Hess.
Beatrice, 31, and Eugenie, 29, were spotted arriving at the glamorous Villa Aurelia in the Italian capital alongside cousin Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Other guests included Katy Perry and fiancé Orlando Bloom, as well as Karlie Kloss and husband Joshua Kushner.
Also in attendance were Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner – who the Duchess of Sussex risked an awkward run-in with.
Meanwhile, Fergie's former husband, the Duke of York, is claimed to have said "thank you" to Jeffrey Epstein "sex slave" Virginia Roberts.
She alleges the Queen's son "romped with her in a bathroom" when she was 17 years old.
Roberts' dramatic allegations came in an interview with NBC's Dateline along with five more of the shamed tycoon's accusers.
The royal, 59, has vehemently denied the accusations against him, branding them "false" and "without foundation".
In other royal news, Meghan Markle dazzled in a £8,900 Valentino dress as she arrived with Prince Harry at Misha Nonoo's lavish Italian wedding.
We also revealed how the Queen "giggled like a schoolgirl" when she heard a rude joke about Viagra.
And Victoria Beckham has gushed over the Duchess of Sussex for showing the world that it's "cool to be kind".
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