She’s just returned from an intensive bootcamp in Portugal.
The Newcastle-born reality TV star, 30, commanded attention in a bright yellow dress with a statement sleeve that showed off her gym-honed figure and very ample assets.
Shine bright: Vicky Pattison, 30, commanded attention in a bright yellow dress with a statement sleeve
Vicky tied her raven tresses up into a well-coiffed updo and and opted for full glamour with a heavy make-up look and false eyelashes.
Showing off the results from weeks abroad in Dubai and Portugal, the Geordie Shore original glowed in a very deep terracotta shade of tan.
Looking like a Hollywood star, the Queen of the Jungle accessorised with a pair of diamond earrings and put on a huge smile and she posed on the red carpet.
Glamour: Vicky tied her raven tresses up into a well-coiffed updo and and opted for full glamour with a heavy make-up look and false eyelashes
Vicky’s red carpet appearance comes after a fitness bootcamp abroad which followed the star admitting she is ‘fighting a battle’ in her relationship with fiancé John Noble after being plagued by rumours of strife following the death of her friend Paul Burns and two of John’s grandparents’ passing earlier this year.
Speaking to New Magazine, the I’m A Celeb star admitted the couple are struggling.
She said: ‘We’re going to Dubai, so we’re out of the hardest bit. My birthday’s coming up, his birthday is coming up, so we’re on a nice run of seeing each other a lot. Everyone’s fighting a battle to make it work.
Catching rays: Showing off the results from weeks abroad in Dubai and Portugal, the Geordie Shore original glowed in a very deep terracotta shade of tan
Their wedding planning has been a hot topic, as she admitted she has had to put their big day on ice as she has been struggling to focus on the wedding.
John had allegedly felt like he was playing ‘second fiddle’ to Vicky’s busy lifestyle in London. The businessman is also reportedly desperate to start a family while Vicky was said to be less keen.
Vicky appeared to hint at troubles in their romance when she shared a cryptic post about the ‘perfect relationship’ on Instagram last week.
Sharing a snap of the couple enjoying a rooftop dinner, she wrote: ‘I can’t promise you a perfect relationship, but what I can promise you is if you’re trying, I’m staying.’
However, she appeared to be in jovial spirits as she took to the red carpet for the Pride of Britain Awards in her eye-catching ensemble, ahead of rubbing shoulders with a host of celebrities.
Carol Vorderman is once again hosting the annual awards show, which aims to honour the nation’s unsung heroes.
Radiant: Looking like a Hollywood star, the Queen of the Jungle accessorised with a pair of diamond earrings and put on a huge smile and she posed on the red carpet
Celebrities and public figures including Prince Charles, David Beckham, Simon Cowell, Ellie Goulding, Michael Sheen, Amanda Holden, the cast of Strictly Come Dancing, and members of the England football team will be honouring the winners.
Host Carol commented: ‘Pride of Britain is a very important part of my life. I’m thrilled that it’s become a staple part of British culture. I never fail to be humbled by those who have often turned a tragedy into something pretty magnificent.’
The Child of Courage award will go to Ella Chadwick, an 11-year-old who despite spending most of her life in hospital remains positive and determined to do something to thank the doctors and nurses who have looked after her.
The Teenage of Courage prize is set to be given to Joe Rowlands, 14, who was involved in a kayaking accident off the Anglesey coastline earlier this year.
He risked his own life to save his father, dragging him to safety despite bleeding heavily from badly cut feet and performing live-saving CPR.
Special Recognition will be given to Emma Picton-Jones, 29, who was left widowed in 2016 when her husband Dan took his own life after suffering depression and anxiety for years
Getting ready: A keen Instagram user, the Geordie star filmed herself getting her make-up done on social media
She set up the DPJ Foundation to support and help people in rural communities to open up about their mental health, and has since raised over £75,000 for the charity.
The TSB Community Partner award goes to Icolyn Smith, 87, an inspirational pensioner who has run the Oxford Community Soup Kitchen for 28 years, providing food, clothes and comfort to those in need.
Special Recognition will also go to The Men and Women of the RAF, marking a centenary of the world’s finest air defence force which has played a defining role in every major conflict Britain has been involved in.
Happy: She appeared to be in jovial spirits as she took to the red carpet for the Pride of Britain Awards in her eye-catching ensemble, ahead of rubbing shoulders with a host of celebrities
The This Morning Emergency Services award will go to the West Midlands Fire Service, who carried out a nerve-wracking operation against the clock to save a driver Phil Ewins, who had collided with railings and was fully impaled on a 10ft pole which had passed entirely through his chest and into his car seat.
Phil, who was on his way to propose to his girlfriend when he crashed, has since made a good recovery.
The Prince’s Trust Young Achiever will go to Omar Sharif, who grew up in Central London and attended a school where postcode wars were prevalent.
Finishing touches: The star showed her fans behind the scenes looks of the night before her red carpet appearance
Losing three friends to knife crime and watching others go to prison, Omar realised that he needed to change, and he turned his life around thanks to The Trust’s Team programme, now running his own fitness training business and helping other youngsters.
Outstanding Bravery will go to the Thai Cave Divers, who risked their lives to ferry medical supplies, fresh water, food and blankets to the 12 young Thai footballers and their coach stuck in the Tham Luang Nang non Cave in Northern Thailand in June, before bringing them to safety.
Child of Courage will be awarded to heart transplant patient Max Johnson, 10, who was instrumental in changing the law on organ donation, potentially saving up to 700 lives a year. He called on politicians to change the law to an opt-out system, which means consent to donate organs is presumed.
The Good Morning Britain Young Fundraiser Of The Year award will go to Edward Mills, eight, who became the youngest climber to scale the 440-ft Old Man of Hoy, raising over £30,000 for a cancer charity in honour of his terminally-ill mum.
His mum lived long enough to see his feat, watching from a boat off the coast, but sadly passed away in August.
And finally, the Lifetime Achievement prize will be handed to Eddie O’Gorman OBE.
The charity he founded with late wife Marion in memory of their two children who died of cancer has raised more than £230 million to fight the disease.
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, in partnership with TSB, will broadcast on ITV on 6 November at 8pm.
Struggling through: Vicky’s bootcamp trip abroad come after the star admitted she is ‘fighting a battle’ in her relationship with John Noble