TV presenter and choreographer Arlene Phillips and Made In Chelsea star Cheska Hull showed their support for the Blue Cross by launching their charity tea party campaign.
The stars have shown their support for the charity by designing their own pet-themed teapots, which will be auctioned to raise funds for animals in need.
"Ollie Locke and I had a brilliant time decorating our teapots and now I can't wait for the auction to start," said Cheska, who was dressed in an Alice In Wonderland costume for the occasion.
"We definitely have some competition between us as to who’s design will raise the most money! It's such a fantastic cause and as well as bidding on our fabulous teapots, you can also get involved by hosting your own tea party with your friends and family or in your office and help make a real difference to the lives of sick and abandoned pets."
"My cat Romeo and dog Polly means the world to me, so I’m lending my support to the Blue Cross Tea Party to help other pets that aren’t as lucky," added Arlene.
"I want to encourage people across the country to host their own tea parties to help this fantastic cause. Everyone, young and old, can get involved and have a go at baking some yummy cakes, whilst helping make a real difference to the lives of homeless and sick pets."
The auction will take place between 2- 12 May, and members of the public are encouraged to host their own tea parties on 10 May for the cause.
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