Pixie Lott and Charli XCX lead the glamour at annual Attitude Awards before Prince Harry collects trophy

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Pixie Lott, Charli XCX and Louisa Johnson lead the red carpet glamour at this year’s Attitude Magazine Awards.

The trio of pop stars took centre stage at the annual event at the Roundhouse in London, before Prince Harry collected the posthumous award for his late mother, Princess Diana.

Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden wore a revealing black slashed gown, while Myleene Klass wore a sheer black lace dress.

Little Mix star Jade Thirlwall hit the red carpet without her band mates, opting for a gold sequined flared trouser suit.

Pop star power: Charli XCX poses on the red carpet (Getty Images)

Former Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle, who has recently relaunched her pop career, was also flying solo.

Prince Harry is set to attend the magazine’s award ceremony for the first time, after his brother Prince William covered the magazine last year.

X Factor: Louisa Johnoson makes an impact ahead of the ceremony (Getty Images)

Buckingham Palace recently said in a statement that the Prince would “collect a posthumous Attitude Legacy Award on behalf of Diana, Princess of Wales, at the Attitude Awards at the Roundhouse.”

Princess Diana will be named the recipient of the Attitude Legacy Award on the 20th anniversary of her death thanks to her work with the LGBT community.

Prince Williams appeared on the cover of the magazine’s July 2016 issue after meeting with a group of LGBT people to learn about their experiences of bullying and homophobia.

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