Olympics presenter Charlie Webster dazzles in lace after Malaria recovery... as she joins pregnant gold medalist Amy Williams and svelte new mum Natalie Pinkham at Military Awards

Last month Charlie Webster revealed how she made a remarkable recovery after contracting malaria in Rio de Janeiro - and added it is a 'miracle' that she is still alive.

And the Olympics presenter is back with a blaze of glory - as illustrated when she stormed the red carpet looking happy and healthy at the Military Awards at London's Guildhall on Wednesday. 

The 34-year-old beauty was joined on the red carpet by skeleton racer Amy Williams, who was flashing her baby bump in an empire line dress alongside fellow sports presenter Natalie Pinkham who looked extremely slimline having given birth in June.

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Stunning: Last month Charlie Webster revealed how she made a remarkable recovery after contracting malaria in Rio de Janeiro yet she is back with a blaze of glory - as illustrated at the Military Awards at London's Guildhall on Wednesday

Charlie's triumphant return to rude health has seen her bound back to the spotlight in a blaze of glory - most recently her stunning arrival at Wednesday's awards. 

Her gown was perfectly fitted to her figure, with every curve highlighted by the biased cut getup, which boasted a mermaid hemline and nipped in waist. 

The navy lace was laid over a dove grey slip which helped add a touch of sophistication to the look while she complemented the colour scheme with silver court shoes. 

She nipped in her waist with a thick black belt which tied in an elaborate bow just above her peachy derriere - perfect for highlighting her frame. 

Blooming! The 34-year-old beauty looked stunning in lace as she was joined on the red carpet by gold medal-winning skeleton racer Amy Williams, also 34, who was flashing her baby bump in a stunning empire line dress

Slinky: Natalie meanwhile dazzled in a chic black ensemble as she flaunted her incredibly slender physique after giving birth to a daughter with her husband Owain Walbyoff in June. The couple are already parents to son Wilfred, who turns two next month

Her hair style was as fancy as her dress as she styled her ombre locks into a volumunious quiff with the back cascading into a backcombed mermaid plait. 

Charlie ensured her make-up regimen truly showed off her revitalised state as she applied lashings of highlighter and bronzer to further exhibit her glowing skin. 

While sporting no jewellery save for a dainty floating pendant necklace, the blonde beauty clutched a small silver bag. 

The real teal: Elsewhere on the star-studded red carpet was sportswoman Amy who looked stunning in a teal gown which shows off her baby bump to perfection

A bumpy road: The dress boasted an empire line shape, which nipped in under her ample bust before falling over her growing stomach

Elsewhere on the star-studded red carpet was sportswoman Amy who looked stunning in a teal gown which shows off her baby bump to perfection. 

The dress boasted an empire line shape, which nipped in under her ample bust before falling over her growing stomach. 

She styled her hair into perfect curls which sat at her shoulders in length while her make-up featured eyeshadow to perfectly match her stunning gown. 

Natalie meanwhile dazzled in a chic black ensemble as she flaunted her incredibly slender physique after giving birth to a daughter with her husband Owain Walbyoff in June. The couple are already parents to son Wilfred, who turns two next month.

Curly crown: She styled her hair into perfect curls which sat at her shoulders in length while her make-up featured eyeshadow to perfectly match her stunning gown

Good looking pair: Another sportsperson came in the form of road racing cyclist Mark Cavendish, who wowed in a sharp black suit while his stunning wife Peta Todd flashed her legs in a stylish black gown

Another sportsperson came in the form of road racing cyclist Mark Cavendish, who wowed in a sharp black suit while his stunning wife Peta Todd flashed her legs in a stylish black gown. 

Charlie had just completed a 3,000-mile charity bike ride to the Rio Olympics when she became seriously ill. She was soon fighting for her life and was placed on dialysis before being put into a coma when her lungs collapsed.

The Sky Sports presenter was told by doctors to 'get her family here now' because they feared she was moments from death. But remarkably, she has made an extraordinary recovery which has resulted in her kidney function reaching 50 per cent - compared to just 13 per cent when she arrived back in the UK. 

She's back! Charlie had just completed a 3,000-mile charity bike ride to the Rio Olympics when she became seriously ill. She was soon fighting for her life and was placed on dialysis before being put into a coma when her lungs collapsed

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