Liz Hurley cosies up to Shane Warne at Estee Lauder Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign event in London

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  • Estee Lauder face Liz Hurley was pretty in hot pink lace as she attended a Breast Cancer Awareness charity event in London

    Estee Lauder face Liz Hurley was pretty in hot pink lace as she attended a Breast Cancer Awareness charity event with cricketer fiancé Shane Warne at the British Museum.

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    The model looked gorgeous in a one-shouldered, figure-hugging lace frock in a head-turning shade of bright pink at the event, which celebrated the 20th anniversary of Estee Lauder’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. The British Museum was bathed in pink light in honour of the event, just as New York’s Empire State Building had been earlier this month.

    Liz delivered a speech for the occasion, which was also attended by her hubby-to-be Shane Warne, who wore a pink tie and Breast Cancer Awareness ribbon, which Liz took time to adjust when she wasn’t cosying up to her man.

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    Earlier in the day, Warne joined Liz at a meet-and-greet event at Selfridges‘ newly reopened beauty hall, where she signed purchases from the 2012 Evelyn Lauder Dream Collection for fans and supporters and wowed in yet another figure-hugging pink frock, a fuchsia design with geometric chest cut-outs. The model even found time for a quick PDA snog in front of the cameras.

    Hurley has spoken out about how close the breast cancer cause is to her own heart in the past, saying:

    ‘My maternal grandmother died of breast cancer just before I started working with Evelyn and Estee Lauder and so, as soon as she asked me to help, it seemed like the perfect fit because she was one of the ladies that we really had tried to get past all that because she was scared of her breast cancer. She wouldn’t tell anyone that she had a lump.

    ‘So that’s really what has inspired us to now really spread the word, so that breast cancer is not a dirty word anymore.’

    Let us know how you’ve gotten involved in Breast Cancer Awareness this month with a comment below.

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