Star Attendees at Prince's Trust dinner

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Star Attendees at Prince's Trust dinner

London last night saw many big personalities at Prince Charles’s Trust Invest In Futures dinner, a gala dinner that was hosted by the Prince to support his charity The Prince’s Trust.

Personalities including Ms. Cheryl Cole, Mr. Jools Holland, Mr. Lulu, Mr. Michael McIntyre and Mr. Alison Moyet joined the gala dinner hosted by Prince of Wales.

The event is annually held to raise maximum funds to help all those million young people, who are presently living unemployed in UK. The event was organized with the support of Bank of America Ms Merrill Lynch and was held at The Savoy, where the personality expressed the support of the financial community for the noble cause.

The charity dinner organized numerous auction lots to raise the funds. Ms. Cole along with Mr. McIntyre also appeared on stage and announced about an afternoon tea for four with Ms. Cole at a top London hotel (it was one of the auction lots).

The above auction by the singer was an effort to lend the best support to the Prince’s trust a part of which has been opened last year by Ms. Cheryl Cole as Cheryl Cole Foundation, through which, she tries to help all the disadvantaged young people living in the North East.

She said: "This afternoon tea is a fun way to raise money for a charity close to my heart. I am a huge fan of the work of the Prince's Trust. It's a really difficult time for young people at the moment”.

In reply to which, the Prince honored and appreciated Ms. Cheryl Cole, who offered herself as an auction prize (over tea) to raise good amount of charity for the young unemployed people in the country.


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