Pixie Lott displayed her growing baby bump as she joined fellow stars honouring late Caroline Flack at the Flackstock festival in Berkshire on Sunday.
The singer, 32, who is expecting her first child with husband Oliver Cheshire, 35, put on a very leggy display in a pink floral mini-dress which she wore with a matching jacket.
Pixie’s ensemble was adorned with diamantés and she added extra height to her frame with a pair of bejewelled heels.
She completed the showstopping look with pink metallic eye make-up and appeared in high spirits ahead of her perfomance.
The festival returned for a second year in honour of Caroline who tragically took her own life on February 15, 2020, aged 40.
Stunner: Pixie Lott displayed her growing baby bump as she joined fellow stars honouring late Caroline Flack at Flackstock festival in Berkshire on Sunday
Gorgeous: The singer, who is expecting her first child with husband Oliver Cheshire, 35, put on a very leggy display in a pink floral mini-dress which she wore with a matching jacket
Olly Murs and Louise Redknapp headlined the event which raises money for four charities which were close to Caroline’s heart.
Also performing was Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Jason Manford and The Feeling.
As well as stage appearances from Matt Richardson, Charlie Mackesy and BBC Strictly dancer’s Janette Manrara and Aljaz Škorjanec.
With Celebrity DJ sets from All Saints star Mel Blatt, Denise Van Outen and Steve Proud.
Olly, 39, enjoyed a close friendship with the presenter after they presented The Xtra Factor together.
The singer previously revealed he tried and failed to meet up with Caroline not long before her death but she never showed up, and that he ‘always’ thinks about it.
Louise, 48, became good friends with Caroline after she reached out to her when she was going through a tough time after the breakdown of her 19-year marriage to Jamie Redknapp in 2017.
After raising an extraordinary £325,000 in 2022, money raised from Flackstock 2023 will once again be split equally between Choose Love, Mind, Samaritans and Charlie Waller Trust.
Pretty in pink: Pixie’s ensemble was adorned with diamantés and she added extra height to her frame with a pair of bejewelled heels
Shades: She completed the showstopping look with pink metallic eye make-up and slicked back her blonde tresses into a ponytail
Songstress: Pixie later took to the stage to perform with her guitar
Star: She oozed confidence as she sang for the huge audience
Host: Jason Manford presented much of the show and was joined by a colourful choir
Gorgeous: Louise Redknapp (L) who headlined the performance showcased her toned figure in a tiny crop top (pictured with Kirsty Gallacher, R)
Legs 11: TOWIE’s Chloe Brockett nailed cowgirl chic in a tasselled dress and leather boots
Stunner: The reality star looked gorgeous in the stylish ensemble
Memory: Caroline’s mum Christine Flack (L) organised the event (pictured with TV host Natalie Pinkham, R)
So proud: Caroline’s mother Christine (L) told MailOnline: ‘Last year was bigger and more successful than we could have ever imagined so we are thrilled the festival is coming back for a second time
Style: Caroline’s pal Keith Lemon (Leigh Francis) cut a very quirky figure in a colourful co-ord
Turning heads: He commanded attention in the jacket and turn up jeans with his trademark headwear
Devastating: Caroline tragically took her own life on February 15, 2020, aged 40
The event will take place in the grounds of Englefield House following on from the summer concerts as part of Heritage Live on the site, presented by Giles Cooper Entertainment.
Caroline’s mother Christine told MailOnline: ‘Last year was bigger and more successful than we could have ever imagined so we are thrilled the festival is coming back for a second time.
‘Raising so much money for these brilliant charities was exactly what we’d hoped for – providing a legacy for my Caroline. As I’ve said before, Carrie was never more herself or happier than at a music festival with her sister and her friends.
Slim Jim: James Argent continued to show off his incredible weight loss in a suave black ensemble
Golden: He accessorised with a large gold watch and matching jewellery
Low key: TV’s June Sarpong cut a casual figure in a black tracksuit and oversized jacket
Stunning: She showcased long high-lighted tresses that fell past her shoulders
Thumbs up! All Saint’s Melanie Blatt opted for a matte grey raincoat and a sweater as she prepared to take to the DJ booth
Glam: She sported glam make-up with a slick of pillarbox red lipstick
Chic: Kirsty Gallacher opted for a black double-breasted trench coat
Ready to rock! She came prepared wearing a pair of wellington boots
Say cheese! Ade Adepitan playfully posed for the camera
Cool dude: Matt Goss showcased his unique sense of style in a cowboy inspired enemble complete with sequinned trousers
Ye ha! He donned a tan hat and black neck scarf
‘It’s just incredible to have the support of these excellent acts for a second time and it will be a day not to be missed.
‘A big thank you to everyone involved for all their hard work – Giles Cooper Entertainment and Englefield House, Live Nation and to all the brilliant sponsors.
‘My family are so proud that so many people who knew Carrie loved her so very much. And celebrating her life and raising money for the charities once again will be a fantastic event for us all. We hope you can join us.’
Great cause: The festival is back for a second year with a host of celebrities joining forces to raise money to four charities which were close to Caroline’s heart