May 03, 2023

Ashley Roberts flashes her underwear beneath see through dress at Chelsea Flower Show

ASHLEY Roberts wowed in a see-through dress at Chelsea Flower Show last night.

The singer and radio DJ turned heads in a sheer frock while posing on the red carpet at Vanity Fair's after party.

Ashley, 41, wore yellow underwear beneath the clingy dress that featured a bright and stripy print.

She matched the dress with nude heels, a red bag and an up-do hairtsyle.

The Pussycat Dolls star flaunted her incredible figure and showed off her natural beauty with flawless make-up.

Other celebs in attendance were BBC The One Show's Alex Jones, 46 and Charlotte Hawkins, 48 from Good Morning Britain.

Alex posted a selfie with Charlotte on her Instagram stories, where they "bonded" over their "gardening themed bags" from Lulu Guinness.

As they posed with their bags at the posh event, the two looked gorgeous in full makeup and dressed to the nines.

The Welsh presenter also bumped into food journalist, Mary Berry and the pair took a lovely photo together.

Meanwhile, BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood couldn't stop smiling as she posed for glamorous photos after hosting the weather from the event.

The presenter looked stunning in a coral coloured figure-hugging midi short sleeved dress that she paired with some nude pump heels.

Carol, 60, accessorised her outfit with a silver beaded bracelet, silver rings, pearl stud earrings, and a white watch.

Her makeup was flawless, with smokey eyeshadow, black eyeliner, and a pink glossy lipstick.

The TV personality's blonde hair was styled in loose waves with plenty of volume.

The annual RHS Chelsea Flower Show is a significant event for garden lovers - and in English culture.

It is so important, that royals even attend the Chelsea Flower Show.

The Princess of Wales made an appearance on Monday in place of the late Queen, who visited more than 50 times in her 70-year reign.

The Firm have had links to the show since the before the former monarch was made patron of the Royal Horticultural Society in 1952.

Sitting on a blanket, Kate spoke to schoolkids from across London, who tucked into apples and sandwiches for their lunch.