Almost Clooney leads the red carpet at the Prince’s Trust Awards in a chic floral dress as she joins glamorous Phoebe Dainevor and Firn Cotton (but not George) at the annual charity event

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On Tuesday afternoon, the Prince’s Trust Awards received a touch of Hollywood glamor Almost Clooney glamorously appeared in London’s Royal Drury Lane Theater – albeit without her husband George.

A human rights lawyer led the star convoy on the red carpet, which was also popular Bridgeton actress Phoebe Dinevor and TV presenter Fern Cotton when the annual event kicked off at the iconic Covent Garden venue.

Sponsored by TK Maxx and HomeSense, this special event honors individuals and organizations supported by the charity who have achieved incredible achievements, and the winners have had the opportunity to share their stories.

The charity, founded by Charles, Prince of Wales in 1976, helps young people from poor and poor areas to develop key life skills, while providing the opportunity to develop a stable career.

Welcoming the audience on the eve of the ceremony, the 44-year-old almost looked stunning in a red floral dress that served as a compliment to her slender physique when she posed for photos.

Ordinary white high-heeled shoes completed the outfit, and the tastefully white leather clutch was her only visible accessory.

Elsewhere, rising star Phoebe, 27, caught her eye in a fitted black trouser suit with wide lapels and a shortened length that partially exposed her torso.

Not to be outdone, TV regular Firn has made her latest public appearance in a dress with a taste of sequins to the ankle, perfectly in keeping with her typically bohemian sense of style.

In good company: on the day George was absent, her mother Baria Alamuddin almost joined the human rights lawyer

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