A number of famous faces stepped out in their best frocks and jewellery to attend the annual Formula One F1 charity fundraiser in London last night (July 4th). For each of the last five years, Tamara has hosted a fundraiser for Great Ormond Street Hospital, which specialises in taking care of ill children.

The F1 charity fundraiser is always a star-studded event with celebrities willing to take part in the fun and games at the occasion as well as to donate money to the cause. While the F1 mogul’s daughter Tamara did not don any jewellery, she dazzled in a gold sequin dress teamed with matching heels and a pink clutch bag.

However, the other famous faces at the event did not disappoint on the jewellery front.

Tess Daly, who accompanied her husband Vernon Kay as he is an ambassador for the hospital, dressed up her cute orange gown with a spiky bracelet, proving her style credentials.

She wasn’t the only guest to rock some arm candy as TV presenter Lizzie Cundy turned heads in a revealing dress, which she matched with a golden arm cuff.

Model Leah Weller also donned an arm bracelet but went for a silver design to complement her strapless green dress.

BBC Radio One DJ Sara Cox also looked tres chic at the event with a ladies designer watch and silver necklace to accessorise her black and white printed dress.

Necklaces were also a popular choice at the fundraiser as singer Beverly Knight wore a statement pearl one to add some glamour to her brown and grey ensemble.

Bernie Ecclestone, who was supporting his daughter, took his fiance Fabiana Flosi along to the F1 charity fundraiser event. She teamed her nude dress, blazer and shoes with a diamond cross-shaped necklace and her engagement ring.

Last week, Bernie hinted at hosting a Grand Prix around the city of London to which Tamara said: “I think London is such a fabulous city and Formula One is glamorous and fabulous and fantastic, and street circuits have such a great buzz about them so I would be all for it.”

05-07-12 1 Celebrities show va va voom in stunning jewellery at F1 charity fundraiser