Vicky Pattison led the glamour at the NHS Heroes Awards

Vicky Pattison was among the celebs, who led the glamour at the star-studded NHS Heroes Awards, which airs tonight (Monday) on ITV at 8.30pm.

The former Geordie Shore star looked stunning in a baby pink strapless dress with a belt that cinched in her waist and nude court shoes, as she posed for photographs.

Celebrities including Michael Sheen, Dame Shirley Bassey, Dame Kelly Holmes and Corrie actors, Holby City, Casualty and Call the Midwife casts took part in a celebration of the awe-inspiring winners at the red carpet bash at the Hilton in London on Monday night.

Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins, 42, was also among the best dressed and wowed in a red bardot-style dress and kept her cool, as a gust of wind blew her locks from her face.


Love Island’s Amber Davies looked elegant in a semi-sheer high-neck white gown with an open back. The winner of last year’s show confirmed her new romance with James Hawkins earlier this month.


Former Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts, 32, donned an on trend off-the-shoulder pleated white dress with a rainbow patterned hemline.

The red head wore her locks in a sleek low ponytail and opted for an au natural make-up look.


TOWIE star Chloe Sims, 35, went for a classic LBD with a plunging neckline, wearing her blonde locks in a textured ponytail.



TV presenter Katie Piper, 34, chose an elegant blush pink midi dress, with her bob styled into tousled waves.

Myleene Klass looked summery in a green sleeveless dress with sexy keyhole detailing at the bust. The TV and radio presenter has proudly been showing off the results of her fitness regime and recently celebrated her 40th birthday.

Yummy mummy Ferne McCann, 27, gave off senorita vibes in a red floral ruffled dress, with matching lip and a high ponytail.

Former TOWIE star Sam Faiers, 27, opted for the glam in a sparkling black dress with a plunging neckline and strappy heels. The mum-of-two chose a smoky-eye make-up look and swept her wavy locks to one side.




Made in Chelsea’s Binky Felstead, 27, channelled a prom-style look with a floral bustier and a full skirt.

Casualty actress Charlotte Salt, 32, looked gorgeous in a blue floor-length, asymmetric dress with a thigh split.

TV presenter Gaby Roslin, 53, opted for a black and white blouse with belted white flared trousers and strappy heels.


Former boxer Frank Bruno looked dapper in a red suit from F&F at Tesco’s and said he felt privileged to be at the awards and praised the NHS.

He added: "If you’ve got a kid, a sister, a mum, a dad, you need your hospital, you need a nurse, you need a doctor, so it’s very important. If you can’t look after your nurses and doctors, who can you look after?"

Our best-loved stars joined hundreds of well-wishers to honour a British treasure revered around the world.

The NHS’s amazing staff have courageously coped with everything from terror attacks to relentless financial cuts.

And at the first dazzling NHS Heroes Awards on Monday night , brought to you by ITV and the Mirror, it was time to salute their astounding work.

Guest of honour the Duchess of Cornwall said to the winners: “What would we do without you?” She added: “There’s so many people who deserve it, it must have been hard to pick.”

Camilla was joined at London’s Hilton Park Lane hotel by stars keen to offer personal thank-yous to the NHS in its 70th year.

Many have experienced the tireless sacrifices made by health staff to care for them and loved ones. Just two weeks ago, actor Michael Sheen’s dad had an operation at Swansea’s Morriston hospital and the star, 49, said: “He is doing better now and it means so much to me and my family.”

TV host Gloria Hunniford, 78, said: “I believe in angels and there are nurses and doctors who are Earth angels.”

Ex-Top Gear host Richard Hammond, 48, a victim of two serious crashes, said: “There is no way I’d have the passion and bravery and commitment to do their job. They’re here when you need them the most. Then they come back the next day and do it all over again.”

Former Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton, 38, who had a double mastectomy in 2012, said: “They saved my life. It’s the best in the world.” Saturday Night Takeaway star Scarlett Moffatt, 28, said: “They help you through the toughest times of your life.”

Connor McIntyre, 57, Coronation Street’s Pat Phelan, said he would have died of a heart problem but for the NHS.

He added: “It’s a guardian angel for us. Shame on those people trying to dismantle it.”

TV star Myleene Klass, 40, whose mum was an NHS nurse, said: “I have a huge amount of admiration for them. The winners tonight are heroes.”

Helen Worth, 67, who plays Corrie’s Gail, said: “Goodness knows what we would do without the NHS.”

Ex-boxer Frank Bruno, 56, who has spoken about his mental health battles, said: “Theresa May needs to give every NHS worker a pay rise.”

Later in the evening Prince William hailed the National Health Service as “one of our country’s greatest treasures” in a message to the star studded audience.

His accolade is a high point of the NHS Heroes Awards to mark the 70th birthday of the institution which has saved so many lives.

He said: “The National Health Service is one of our country’s greatest treasures and something we should all be immensely proud of.

“Perhaps the most wonderful thing about the NHS is its people. The skill, care and dedication they provide every day is truly inspirational.

“I would like to pay tribute to every member of NHS staff and the wonderful volunteers who do so much to support them – we owe you all a huge thank you.”



The amazing winners collected awards from an array of stars, led by host Paul O’Grady, who were all eager to celebrate their extraordinary dedication, skill and often life-changing work.

Winners drawn from the full range of frontline NHS services across the UK included an inspirational surgeon who saves the lives of knife and gun victims on a daily basis – and saved the first ­stabbing victim of the London Bridge terror attack.

There was also a 70-year-old midwife who has been delivering babies in remote and extreme conditions for 50 years, and a pair of doctors who pioneered a non-beating heart ­transplant procedure that has helped save many lives.

*The NHS Heroes Awards air on ITV tonight at 8.30pm.

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