Recreating the birth of Venus, the roman Goddess of love and beauty, the former I”m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here contestant drew a crowd as she promoted fashion company Brand Alley.
The blonde beauty also posed in a vintage Ossie Clark dress, a one-off 70s inspired gown.
The annual show was also attended by Jerry Hall and Lily Cole, who were just two of the many celebrities there to view the gorgeous blooms are on show across the five day event.
Others included TV presenter Kirstie Allsopp, Andy Murphy”s girlfriend Kim Sears, and Holly Branson.
The world famous avant-garde show has been running since 1862 and since 1913 at the Royal Hospital in Chelsea, and awards four differently graded honours – gold, silver-gilt, silver and bronze – in five categories, and 11 special categories including Best Show Garden, Best City Garden, and Junior Display Trophy.
Traditionally members of the Royal Family will also attend the show, and at last year”s show, the Queen was joined by Prince Philip, Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince Harry as they celebrated the horticulture show”s 100th birthday.
It was a particularly poignant visit for Harry, who proudly showed his grandmother a garden very close to his heart, as his own charity, Sentebale, took part in the world-renowned horticulture event for the very first time.
The Forget-Me-Not garden was created by renowned designer Jinny Blom to reflect the Lesotho landscape and its people — and Harry was “passionately” involved in the design process, even having preliminary drawings sent over to him for approval while he was serving in Afghanistan.
A keen lover of the outdoors, the Queen considers the Chelsea Flower Show one of her favourite annual events, and she certainly looked relaxed and at ease as she enjoyed a sneak preview ahead of Tuesday”s grand opening.