Some of EastEnders' most iconic stars reunited for a flashy night out at the launch of the latest Cirque du Soleil show Kurios in London on Wednesday night (January 18).
Charlie Brooks, who plays legendary villain Janine Butcher on the BBC One soap, looked effortlessly glamorous as she beamed and posed for photos on the red carpet.
The 41 year old actress was joined by fellow icon and Walford crook John Altman, who played Nick Cotton during the soap's early years in the 1980s.
The duo couldn't be happier to reunite at the event, which took place at the Royal Albert Hall in West London.
The launch, which was also attended by TOWIE star Ferne McCann, pulled out all the stops as its invitees were visited by acrobatic performers during their walk to the main entrance.
Charlie looked amazing in a black co-ord outfit that showed off her curves, as the blonde beauty opted for a sleeveless cotton polo neck tucked into a striking skirt.
The fabric was made of satin, but featured lace cut-out panels, and draped down to the star's ankles as she finished off her look with a pair of black stiletto heels.
The actress accessorised with an array of dainty gold and statement rings and a black ruched clutch bag for the event, and wore a plain matching belt round her middle.
She also wore a gold chain necklace as her curly locks did most of the talking.
Showing off her bold fringe and gorgeous ringlets, Charlie opted for a bright red lip and mascara on her lashes to finish off.
John, 70, meanwhile, looked like he was channeling some elements of his Albert Square character, as he slicked back his salt and pepper tresses and combined a silver chain necklace with his smart black suit.
The actor then wore a statement turquoise and silver ring on his pinky finger.
Charlie couldn't stop giggling as she appeared to be having a fantastic time catching up with her fellow co-star.
Elsewhere, Milly Zero, 23, opted for an incredible black PVC-style coat for the event, which featured a faux fur collar.
Underneath, the Dotty Cotton actress, who is leaving the soap after three years playing her character, donned an elegant lace gown complete with a thigh-high split at the side.
Milly wore her brunette mane in a sleek high ponytail reminiscent of Walford styles, and finished her look with black biker boots and a gorgeous pearl shoulder bag.
The quirky star smiled for cameras as she showed off her statement resin hoop earrings and smokey eyeshadow.
She was joined by a friend as the pair made their way to the Royal Albert Hall VIP entrance.
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