Davina McCall raised funds for gynaecological health as she ran in the Lady Garden 5K or 10K Challenge in partnership with Simplyhealth in London’s Hyde Park on Saturday.
The presenter, 54, showed off her toned frame in a white vest top and bright blue leggings as she reached the finishing line after addressing a crowd from a bandstand.
Pointing into the audience, she certainly put on an animated display while Jenny Halpern, co-founder of The Lady Garden Foundation, looked on.
Well done: Davina McCall raised funds for gynaecological health as she ran in the Lady Garden 5K or 10K Challenge in partnership with Simplyhealth in London’s Hyde Park on Saturday
Tallia Storm flashed her toned midriff in a black bra top and matching leggings as she posed with Laura Pradelska, who donned snakeskin-printed bottoms.
Run your persinal best in Davina's adidas trainers
In her element: Pointing into the audience, she certainly put on an animated display while Jenny Halpern (right), co-founder of The Lady Garden Foundation, looked on
Confirming the news in an Instagram post earlier this month the presenter described her graphic designer dad Andrew McCall as a legend who was loved by everyone who met him.
She wrote: ‘My Dad , Andrew , died on Monday night. He took a turn for the worse on Sunday but thankfully he wasn’t in pain. He was peaceful. I’m so grateful for that, and that we could be with him .. He was the best Dad I could ever wish for.
‘My sister and I hit the jackpot. He always made time for us, opened his ( and my amazing mummas) house to all our friends, temporarily adopted mates of mine that needed help.
Sizzling: Tallia Storm (right) flashed her toned midriff in a black bra top and matching leggings as she posed with Laura Pradelska (left), who donned snakeskin-printed bottoms
Matching: Amy Jackson and Mika Simmons cut white tops and black shorts, along with white trainers
Pals: The pair cosied up for a warm snap at the star-studded event at the heart of the city
Centre of attention: Meanwhile, Ed Westwick flexed his toned biceps in a grey top and shorts
‘He was a facilitator, always helping people with intros … he knew EVERYBODY. And they ALL loved him! I can’t imagine how many careers and businesses were started because of him.
She added: ‘The word legend has been used many times to describe my Dad . He was a bon vivante, loved life, positive to the very end… ‘it just works’ was one of the last phrases he was able to say as Alzheimer’s robbed him of the power of speech.
‘He lived life. He loved us. And we loved him. With all our hearts. He leaves an enormous hole in our lives.’
Buddies: Mika beamed from ear-to-ear while the Gossip Girl star flashed a thumbs up
Gang: They were joined by Laurent Feniou (left) who donned an all-black sports ouffit
Mini-me: Amy was joined joined by a lookalike young girl, who appeared to be in high spirits