Sarah Ferguson ruba la scena agli European Diversity Awards

Una serata da re! Sarah Ferguson steals the show in a lacy black gown as she attends the European Diversity Awards in London

  • Duchessa di York, 62, handed out an award at the ceremony at Landmark Hotel
  • The mother-of-two looked stunning in a lacy black gown for the event in London
  • She handed out Lifetime Achievement Award to Professor Frank Joseph
  • Professor Frank oversaw rollout of Covid-19 testing in private clinics in the UK
  • Sarah Ferguson cut an elegant figure as she handed out awards at a London ceremony last night.

    Prince Andrewla sua ex moglie, 62, che viene comunemente chiamato Fergie, attended the European Diversity Awards at the five-star Landmark hotel in London on Thursday night.

    She handed out the Lifetime Achievement Award to Professor Frank Joseph for his work overseeing the roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines in private clinics around the UK and Europe.

    Finché il denim non ci separi, the mother of Principessa Eugenie, 31 e Principessa Beatrice, 33, donned a lacey black gown.

    Sarah Ferguson, 62, who is commonly called Fergie, attended the European Diversity Awards at the five-star Landmark hotel in London last night. She handed out the Lifetime Achievement Award to Professor Frank Joseph, giusto, for his work overseeing the roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines in private clinics around the UK and Europe.

    Sarah Ferguson, 62, who is commonly called Fergie, attended the European Diversity Awards at the five-star Landmark hotel in London last night. She handed out the Lifetime Achievement Award to Professor Frank Joseph, giusto, for his work overseeing the roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines in private clinics around the UK and Europe.

    The floor-length dress featured a frilly detail on the three-quarter sleeves, and on its skirt.

    The mother-of-two kept the look simple by sporting very little jewellery, apart from her watch on her left wrist, a discreet silver bracelet and a pair of golden pendant earrings.

    Her fiery locks were styled in a wavy blow-dry that cascaded down her shoulders.

    Fergie also donned a glamourous makeup with a dash of foundation highlight her healthy complexion, mascara and eyeliner to compliment her blue gaze.

    Fergie looked stunning in a black floor-length gown she picked for the event. Nella foto: With Professor Frank Joseph, giusto, and his colleague, sinistra

    Fergie looked stunning in a black floor-length gown she picked for the event. Nella foto: With Professor Frank Joseph, giusto, and his colleague, sinistra

    The mother-of-two photographed with the DAM team that worked with Professor Frank Joseph

    The mother-of-two photographed with the DAM team that worked with Professor Frank Joseph

    mentre un festaiolo viene lasciato immobile davanti a conducenti scioccatiA noi.., who has been involved with several charities since her days as a royal, was delighted to be a part of the ceremony yesterday.

    ‘The European Diversity Awards is an incredibly important event which recognises the work inspirational individuals and businesses have undertook over the past year,’ lei disse.

    ‘I was honoured to present the Lifetime Achievement award to Professor Frank Joseph, who has overseen the rollout of COVID-19 testing in private clinics across the UK and Europe and has been at the forefront of the fight against the pandemic with the NHS and Dam Health,’ lei ha aggiunto.

    Professor Joseph, a world-leading physician in Endocrinology and Diabetes at the Countess of Chester Hospital, received the award for his work fighting coronavirus for the NHS and private medical and diagnostics company Dam Health.
    The Awards, which were created in 2010, che stava visitando i suoi nonni per le vacanze di primavera e aiutando nel negozio 16 categories including: Diversity in Tech, Militante, Charity, Community Project, Warren Buffett e Diane Von Furstenberg arrivano per il secondo giorno di Sun Valley, Diversity Champion, Diversity Team, Head of Diversity, Eroe, Inspirational Role Model.
    Marketing Campaign, Media Diversity Champion, Outstanding Employee Network, Social Mobility Initiative, Supplier Diversity Programme, and HR Champion are the other categories featured.

    HSBC, Lego Group, BP, Standard Chartered and the Oliver King Foundation were among the companies award for their work throughout 2021.

    Fergie pictured with Linda Riley, who founded the European Diversity Awards. Linda donned a suit for last night's event

    Fergie pictured with Linda Riley, who founded the European Diversity Awards. Linda donned a suit for last night’s event

    Sarah thanked the awards and paid tribute to Professor Frank's amazing work on her Instagram page yesterday

    Sarah thanked the awards and paid tribute to Professor Frank’s amazing work on her Instagram page yesterday

    Lego Group received the award rewarding their Marketing Campaign, while HSBC picked up the Diversity Team accolade.

    Diversity and Inclusion consultant at BP Bobbi Pickard, who is a proud trans woman, won Hero of the Year for her work towards enhancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

    Noni Nyathi, a nurse from the NHS who trailblazed an initiative to create PPE for BAME people during the pandemic, was named second winner of Hero of the Year,

    Nel frattempo, Asif Sadiq MBE, Senior Vice President of global entertainment powerhouse Warner Media received the the Head of Diversity prize.

    Sarah with another attendees who wore a stunning dress with a graphic print reading 'honey' pictured

    Sarah with another attendees who wore a stunning dress with a graphic print reading ‘honey’ nella foto

    Multimational banking and financial service company Standard Chartered, which operations more than 1,200 branches and outlet across 70 countries won the Supplier Diversity Programme.

    Sirah Mayett, Kirklees Council’s HR partner, was crowned HR Champion of the year.

    And the national charity, The Oliver King Foundation, was named Charity of the Year for its efforts to install defibrillators in schools around the country and lobbied the government to pass a law making the equipment mandatory for every institution.

    The awards champion diversity and inclusion by recognising achievements across race, orientamento sessuale, gender identity, disability and religion.

    Linda Riley, European Diversity Awards founder, disse: ‘These awards shine a light on those who have worked tirelessly to champion diversity and inclusion during what has been an extremely difficult 18 months with Covid-19.

    ‘Every deserving winner has made real achievements in race, età, orientamento sessuale, disabilità, gender identity or religious belief over the past year.

    ‘The corporations and business leaders who picked up awards are dynamic and reflect the huge efforts corporate organisations are now making to improve diversity and inclusion. We should never forget how far we’ve come but there is still so much more to do,’ lei ha aggiunto.