Pippa Middleton wore the prettiest Temperley dress to a charity gala last night

Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

From Harper's BAZAAR

While her sister Kate was pouring pints during her two-day trip to Northern Ireland, Pippa Middleton stepped out for the British Heart Foundation's annual Beating Hearts Ball in London on Wednesday night.

As an ambassador for the charity and and honorary gala chair, Pippa chose a glamorous evening look for the ball, where she welcomed guests before a three-course meal at the historic Guildhall. She wore an embroidered, high-neck gown from Temperley London, paired with a red clutch bag and sparkling stud earrings.

The striking Temperley design is also available in white and is still available to buy. It's currently on sale for £795.

The evening included a raffle and a silent auction offering VIP experiences to raise money for the BHF’s life saving research into heart and circulatory diseases. Speaking at the event, Pippa said she was "delighted" to be a part of it.

"It has been a fantastic evening and people have been very generous with their support," said Pippa. "The money raised from the Ball will help fund research into cures and treatments for conditions like heart disease, stroke and vascular dementia, ending the heartbreak for families across the UK."

Pippa was recently photographed attending a carol concert with her husband, James Matthews, in December and holidaying in St Barts at the start of the new year. But the fundraising gala marked Pippa's first official event since the birth of her son. The proud parents welcomed their first baby, Arthur Michael William Matthews, on 15 October last year.

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