One of the biggest fundraising events of the season is just one week away, with a plethora of showbiz names confirmed for the event’s red carpet.

Organisers of the Caudwell Children ‘Diamond Butterfly Ball’ remain tight-lipped about this year’s headline entertainment but have confirmed some of the stars expected to attend the glamorous fundraiser.

Taking place on Thursday, 31st May, at Battersea Evolution in Battersea Park, London; the black-tie affair boasts a guest list of A-list stars and Royalty, including Rod Stewart CBE, Peter Andre, Sir Bruce Forsyth and actor Anthony Head to name a few.

Ahead of the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, this year will also see a number of world-class athletes join the charity on the evening, including Mark Foster, Lee Pearson CBE, Derek Redmond and Jamie Baulch.

Charity Chief Executive, Trudi Beswick, said: "We are very excited about this year’s event which has been re-named to honour the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

We are incredibly proud of the event, which has now become a much anticipated fixture in London and an evening that attracts world famous celebrities.

We feel very lucky to have such great names supporting the charity and helping us raise the awareness of Caudwell Children."

Caudwell Children was founded in 2000 by entrepreneur and philanthropist, John Caudwell.

The evening will be hosted by singer Jonathan Wilkes and the celebrity auctioneer will be Jeffery Archer.

For more information about the event visit www.caudwellchildren.com.

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