Loose Women’s Charlene White is lovely in yellow as she joins stars at Chelsea Flower Show

Loose Women's Charlene White stole the show with her lovely bright yellow dress on the opening day of the Chelsea Flower Show.

The TV presenter, 41, wore the perfect frock for the prestigious annual show, looking incredibly summery and smiley as she mingled with her fellow attendees in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London.

Charlene's show-stealing dress featured a button-down front, with an open collar, and cuffed short sleeves. Her waist was highlighted by a front tie, with the dress opening up to a flowing, summery skirt.

The presenter paired her dress with a subtle gold bracelet and earrings, as well as some nude, open-toed heels.

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This isn't the first time this month that Charlene's bright outfits has caught the public's attention, after being photographed wearing a bright coral blazer with a white top and jeans at the launch of Loose Women co-host Judi Love's debut fashion collection with Very.

Charlene attended the event with her co-stars Nadia Sawalha and Jane Moore as the collection launched in London on May 12.

The TV presenter joined other big name celebrities for the royal preview of the flower show yesterday (Monday 23 May) ahead of its official opening today.

The show has already hit headlines this week, with Ainsley Harriott saving his sister from drowning after helping to pull her out of water. The 65-year-old chef and TV presenter rushed to his sibling's aid after she fell into a water feature at the event.

"The garden was packed with lots of people and I think the woman must have fallen into the pond or tripped over and ended up in the water," one guest told The Sun.

They continued: "I think she nearly drowned. She was pulled out by Ainsley Harriott and some other celebrities before they laid her down on the floor.

"She was coughing up lots of water."

Ainsley later took to social media saying that her sister was "doing fine" following the incident.

He wrote on Twitter: "Just a big thank you to everyone who helped my sister when she had a fall at the Chelsea Flower Show this morning. She’s doing fine and all is well."

There were a few other big names in attendance at the flower show on its opening day, including Dame Judi Dench, 87, Dame Joanna Lumley, 76, and artist Grayson Perry, 62.

The biggest appearance at the preview, though, was the Queen herself, just two weeks after pulling out of the State Opening of Parliament due to ongoing mobility issues.

Adjustments were made for the Queen's comfort as she attended the show, however, arriving in a £62k luxury buggy to take her around the show. She attended wearing a bright fuchsia pink coat over a white dress adorned with pink flowers, white gloves and holding a small black handbag.

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