Last night Tom attended the Formula One Party in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. As you know, Tom is a big supporter of the Children’s Charity having attended their Pirate’s Adventure fundraising event in Majorca and their most recently held Christmas event. According to the GOSH Charity website, this annual event raised £450,000 for the charity and was considered a huge success. Items included in the bidding were “dinner with Orlando Bloom and Lewis Hamilton’s bespoke Steinmetz diamond-encrusted helmet which sold for £30,000.”
The article from Formula 1 had this to say concerning the guest list:
In terms of guests, the party proved to be as big a draw as ever with celebrities from entertainment, sport and show business packing into the museum. Formula One racing was represented by reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton, Renault’s Nelson Piquet, team principals Ross Brawn and Christian Horner and CVC‘s Nick Clary. Also in attendance was model Erin O’Connor, singer Jamelia, actor Damian Lewis, TV star Tina Hobley, the party’s creative director Tamara Ecclestone and her sister Petra, and Tom Felton, who plays Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter films. And then there was the star act of the evening – Grammy award-winning singer Duffy. When she started to perform her number-one single Mercy there was no holding back for the audience, who forgot their cerebral location and turned the Victoria and Albert Museum into a wild concert venue.
Thanks to Estrella89san for the tip!