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Katie Piper exudes confidence at L.O.L. Surprise! launch party

Katie Piper attended the launch party with her kids credit:Bang Showbiz
Katie Piper attended the launch party with her kids credit:Bang Showbiz

Katie Piper joined a star-studded line-up of guests at the L.O.L. Surprise! launch party in London on Saturday (02.04.22).

The 38-year-old TV star was joined at the event - which showcased the popular toy brand’s most recent launches - by 'Love Island' host Laura Whitmore and pop stars Antony Costa and Rachel Stevens.

The event was designed to celebrate children’s confidence and the spirit of sisterhood. And Katie has previously been widely praised for her positive approach to life and for inspiring women around the world.

The 'Loose Women' star exuded confidence at the launch party, which she attended with her children.

Katie - who has Belle, eight, and Penelope, four - had lots of fun at the event with her kids and she was happy to pose for some photos, too.

Similarly, Rachel Adedeji was seen strutting her stuff on the dance floor at the party.

The singer-turned-actress - who starred in 'Hollyoaks' between 2016 and 2020 - joined her three-year-old daughter Lillian on the dancefloor and they both had a great time at the event.

Elsewhere, Laura Whitmore set the party atmosphere by taking to the DJ decks.

The 36-year-old star - who gave birth to her baby girl in March 2021 - mixed some well-known pop tunes with tracks from the L.O.L. Surprise! Fierce album.

The event was also attended by some of the biggest social media influencers in the UK, including the likes of Casey Barker, Basma Kahie and Anne Welsh.

Meanwhile, the activities at the launch party were designed to help build confidence and encourage self-expression among kids.

Inspiring Vanessa, a mental health campaigner, ran some motivational workshops on the day, with the guests all being encouraged to share what inspires them in their own lives.

Similarly, a one-of-a-kind giant throne and an epic catwalk were constructed in an effort to make the kids feel like royalty.