Rita Ora’s mum pulls off glam gold dress at 55 as heads out to support daughter

Rita Ora's mum Vera took fans' breath away with her latest look – a glamorous gold Stella McCartney dress.

The 55 year-old took to Instagram to share the outfit before she headed to the Cartier event with her daughter at Chiltern Fire House.

Posing in a doorway, with the fringe of her light brown bob swept elegantly to one side, Vera wrote: "On my way to support my daughter @ritaora at @cartier event in my @stellamccartney dress #VisualsWithVera."

She also posted one of her and Rita together, which she captioned with a message saying she's proud as punch of her superstar daughter, 28.

Vera gushed: "As a mother you suddenly realise that children one day become adults and they will help YOU lead the way in life and love.

"Thank you @cartier for a wonderful evening. #cartier #events #motherdaughter #family #support."

While her mum went for a more classic glam vibe, Rita's outfit was less traditional – a deep red dress with a high slit, paired with a quirky red and white headpiece.

The Ritual singer completed the ensemble with some matching knee-high red boots.

Vera's a psychiatrist and has been vocal about the importance of pop stars taking breaks from their hectic lives to look after their mental health.

Rita has also spoken candidly about the topic and her mum's profession, saying: "My mother is psychiatrist and works for the NHS.

"I am so aware of mental health and what it means , and I can see that in the music industry, if you are successful, people may not realise there are mental health issues, which is quite confusing for a lot of artists.

"It's important for people to be in tune with their health and find out how you can be and stay as mentally healthy, as that works differently for each individual."

The star added that her music helps to keep mentally active and gives her her famed down-to-earth attitude.

Rita continued: "I am a singer in my core and people want to see me on TV and in films and are interested to see what I wear.

"But I get so much joy from music, honestly. It's so therapeutic and helps me stay positive, grounded and happy."

She won't be quitting anytime soon either, enthusiastically saying: "I needed to create and focus on myself and I am the best when I'm doing things I enjoy."

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