Lara Stone and David Walliams joined the likes of Princess Eugenie and the Duchess of York at the Teenage Cancer Trust gig
He’s a music legend, so it was only fitting that Sir Paul McCartney should attract such a starry turn out for his Teenage Cancer Trust concert at the Royal Albert Hall last night.
David Walliams was pictured arriving at the grand London venue hand-in-hand with model wife Lara Stone. The Britain’s Got Talent judge looked happy and relaxed wearing a head-to-toe black ensemble with a leather jacket over the top as he headed to the show.
Lara, meanwhile, went for an altogether more glamorous look, showing off her model credentials in a stunning black halter neck dress, worn with a grey shaggy coat and black open-toe heels.
Even members of the royal family were in attendance, with Princess Eugenie joining her mum, the Duchess of York, for a night out seeing The Beatles legend.
Other notable attendees included Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, who joined McCartney on-stage as part of the electrifying show, and Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones.
The Teenage Cancer Trust charity was launched in 1997 to help improve the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer.