The pair walked the red carpet for the first time as a couple at the star-studded Windsor event
After months of romance rumours, Elizabeth Hurley and Shane Warne made their red carpet debut last night, to attend Elton John’s glittering White Tie and Tiara Ball.
The star-studded bash, held in the grounds of Elton and partner David Furnish’s Windsor home, will raise money for the Elton John Aids Foundation.
Ms Hurley attends the annual event – which has raised over £45 million since it was first held – almost every year, although in 2010 it was on the arm of now ex-hubby Arun Nayer.
Last night, Liz chose the high profile fundraising event to step out with her new man in tow – cricket ace Shane Warne.
The Brit beauty looked radiant a billowing, asymmetric leopard-print gown as she left her London home on the arm the Aussie sports star.
Earlier in the day, the swimwear designer seemed to be having a bit of a wardrobe crisis, Tweeting to fans: 'Off to Elton & David's White Tie & Tiara Aids fundraiser. Can't decide which dress......'
Liz and Shane were just two of the famous faces to attend Elton’s glittering charity bash.
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, and mum Sarah Ferguson were also at the event, along with David Walliams and wife Lara Stone, Alexa Chung and India Hix.
Guests sipped bespoke Grey Goose cocktails designed by David Furnish and cocktail maestro Joe McCanta and snacked on delicious canapes.
Fancy seeing how the other half live? Elton & David's exclusive cocktails are available at the St Pancras Gilbert Scott bar from this weekend. Yum.
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