Joanna Crawley For Mailonline
15:54 EST, 12 May 2015
05:18 EST, 13 May 2015
She never fails to impress with her red carpet wardrobe, and Elizabeth Hurley pulled out another showstopper of a dress on Tuesday night.
The 49-year-old looked gorgeous in a figure hugging black gown as she hit the Quercus Biasi Foundation Spring Gala in aid of the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital.
The elegant number’s plunging neckline made sure The Royals star stood out amongst the stylish crowd at Claridges Hotel in London.
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Wow factor: Elizabeth Hurley chose a plunging black dress for the Spring Gala in aid of the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital at Claridges, London on Tuesday night
Elizabeth showed off her famous curves in the slinky floor length dress which featured a low cut neckline and a figure hugging cut.
The star kept her accessories simple, leaving the dress’ diamante detail on the shoulder to add some sparkle while she carried a silver box clutch bag.
A pair of diamond earrings finished off her glam ensemble, while the actress let her glossy brunette locks tumble over her shoulders.
Va va voom: The 49-year-old looked sensational in the figure hugging dress which featured statement shoulder detail and a low cut neckline
Pals: Elizabeth was joined by friend Trinny Woodall at the charity benefit, with the fashionista looking pretty in her teal satin dress
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What a chic pair: While Elizabeth went for black, Trinny wowed in her blue backless gown
A touch of pink lip gloss, blusher and dark eyeliner added to the chic look.
The actress was spotted arriving at the benefit with her friend Trinny Woodall, who matched the glam factor in her own stunning dress.
The fashionista, who was also joined by Charles Saatchi, showed off her lithe figure in a teal satin number.
Three’s a crowd: The ladies were joined by Charles Saatchi as they mingled at the gala held at Claridges
Something’s funny: Charles looks amused by Elizabeth as they sit together at the gala
The floor length gown showed some skin thanks to the backless design, with Trinny’s curled hair and simple makeup looking immaculate.
Also at the Red Cross benefit was singer Natalie Imbruglia who showed some leg in her pretty print dress.
The midi length frock featured splashes of colour, with the Aussie star accessorising with deep red heels and a bronze clutch bag.
Work it: Elizabeth and Trinny were spotted arriving together for their glam night out in central London
Underwear fail: Trinny flashed a little too much as she went braless in her backless satin dress
Also following the print trend was Yasmin Le Bon, with the 50-year-old model choosing a draped dress scattered with colourful flowers.
Monica Lewinsky kept things simple in a chic black dress, draping long pendants around her neck while Lisa Snowden bought some colour to the event with her coral dress which showed off her curves to perfection.
The gala is in aid of the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa which was opened in 1956 as a memorial to soldiers lost in the Second World War.
Peachy: Lisa Snowden looked summery in her coral dress which featured white lace detail
Colourful: Lisa cosied up to Tania Bryer who looked pretty in her asymmetric red number
In bloom: Natalie Imbruglia and top model Yasmin Le Bon both went for pretty print dresses
So pretty: The Aussie singer looked gorgeous as she finished off her look with a pretty pink lip colour and drop earrings
Simple but chic: Monica Lewinsky was also at the gala, looking glam in her black dress paired with layered pendants
Just the girls: Trinny and Elizabeth caught up with British fashion designer Amanda Wakeley
Stylish crowd: The starry guest list enjoyed drinks in the celeb favourite London hotel
Group shot: Sarah Collins (left), Yasmin Le Bon (second from left), Natalie Imbruglia (second from right) and Tara Smith (right) attend the gala
Contrasting: Monica Lewinsky (left) and Heather Kerzner pose in contrasting outfits at the gala