Made in Chelsea star Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo stole the show as she brushed shoulders with Tory MPs at the Conservatives’ glamorous black and white ball.
Wearing a flowing gown, the queen of the I’m a Celebrity jungle was the belle of the ball as she arrived at the event with Stanley Johnson, father of Foreign Secretary Boris.
The pair, who have remained firm friends since their time Down Under, were even spotted getting ready together before the event with Toff sharing the clip on her Instagram story.
While Conservatives are preoccupied with in-fighting over Brexit, ministers were on their best behaviour as they joined party donors at London’s Natural History Museum.
The event is a prominent fixture in the Tory social calendar, with tables known to go for as much as £15,000, and the highlight is its auction, which involves an ‘experience’ event with ministers.
But following a week of showdown talks with Brussels and Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg vying for her job, Theresa May could be forgiven for not feeling in the party mood.
However, there were no signs of hostility as prominent Conservative ministers, supporters and reality TV stars, made their way into the opulent party.
The Foreign Secretary strode straight up the stairs into the grand building in Kensington, after getting out of a black BMW.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and education minister Michael Gove were also spotted at the ball.
While Somerset MP Rees-Mogg arrived at the event on his own, as did Zac Goldsmith, MP for Richmond Park, while housing minister Sajid Javid beamed at cameras as he arrived with his wife Laura.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s uncle Gary Goldsmith cut a lonely figure last night as he arrived.
The entrepreneur, 52, who was fined and handed a community service order for knocking his wife to the ground in October, appeared outside Natural History Museum for the fundraiser alone.
Mr Goldsmith looked rather glum as he stood outside the venue in a white double-breasted dinner jacket and black trousers.
Made in Chelsea star Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo looked glamorous in a flowing gown as she left the Conservative ball this evening
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson waved to cameras as he left the glamorous event at London’s Natural History Museum
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond sped away from the black and white Tory ball in a taxi
Education minister Michael Gove was seen talking to friends as he left the fundraising ball this evening
Jacob Rees-Mogg was seen hailing a cab outside the ball, while Amber Rudd was seen on her way out of the event
Boris’ father Stanley waves to cameras on his way out of the ball as another guess, donning a sequined top hat, makes her way out with a friend
Back cab taxi drivers gather and sound their horns outside as guests leave the Conservative party Black and White Ball
Fresh from his stint in the I’m A Celebrity jungle, Stanley Johnson turned up at the party with winner of the reality TV series, Georgia Toffolo and right, Jacob Rees-Mogg dons a black bow tie for the event
Conservative party chairman Brandon Lewis smiled as he left the annual Conservative party ball this evening
Left, Duchess of Cambridge’s uncle Gary Goldsmith cuts an awkward figure as he arrives at the Conservatives black and white ball in a white blazer and right, trade minister Liam Fox dons a blue scarf with his tuxedo for the event
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson gets out of a black BMW as he arrives at the museum in Kensington, west London
Left, housing minister Sajid Javid beams at cameras as he arrives with his wife Laura, and right, Zac Goldsmith enters the venue
Left, Tory grandee Norman Lamont arrives at the glamorous event this evening and right, entertainment entrepreneur Sally Greene dons a green floral dress as she attends
Tory donors and supporters queue up outside to get into the black and white ball at London’s Natural History Museum
The event is a prominent fixture in the Tory social calendar, with tables known to go for as much as £15,000, and the highlight is its auction, which involves an ‘experience’ event with ministers