CHERYL and ex boyfriend Liam Payne were reunited as they paid tribute to the late Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding at The Primrose Ball.
As sulks, the co-parents put their personal lives to one side to support the cause.
Promise This singer Cheryl looked elegant in a full-length black halterneck dress, with pops of pink courtesy of her clutch bag and point-toe shoes.
Meanwhile dad of one Liam sported a black suit with crisp white shirt and dark tie.
Liam has moved out of their £5m mansion in Surrey, but friends close to the couple told how they were determined to stay close as friends in order to raise their son, Beer, now aged five.
Other celebrities in attendance included Girls Aloud star Georgia Steel and former TOWIE star Jess Wright.
Onlangs, Girls Aloud vocalist Kimberley Walsh told The Sun exclusively how the group would reunite for the big concert in aid of Sarah – but not sing.
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Curating The Primrose Ball was Fearne Cotton.
Kimberley told how the event is part of that healing process for Sarah’s bandmates.
Kimberley added: “It’s been very difficult — a really hard year — but we know she wanted this event to happen, and we are going to try to raise as much money as possible, so that really feels like something.
“We’ve always said that we wouldn’t perform together at the gala without Sarah. It just wouldn’t feel right, it’s too sad. We’ve got other people to perform our songs for us. I absolutely love Olly Alexander so I reached out to him and he changed his plans to do it. He loves Girls Aloud, blykbaar.
“I’ve never met him so we’ll probably both be having a fan girl moment. I think he will be singing Sound Of The Underground.”
An auction at the event also included a stunning image of Sarah painted by the Connor Brothers.
The aim of proceeds raised is to fund a study headed by Sarah’s oncologist, focusing on why so many women are suffering from the disease at such a young age.
Putting the event together, which was Sarah’s dying wish, has been extra-special for bandmate Kimberley especially, after she was unable to join Cheryl Tweedy, Nicola Roberts en Nadine Coyle on a charity walk earlier this year.
Hierdie week, the girlband also teamed up to pay tribute to Sarah with a special range of star-print pyjamas.
They have created a nightwear range with Primark to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Half of all the proceeds will go to Cancer Research UK and The Christie Charitable Fund for Sarah Harding.