Elizabeth Hurley makes a bold claim in her first appearance since Prince Harry’s trial

Rebecca Lewis

Elizabeth Hurley was a vision in pink on Thursday as she made her first appearance after filing a complaint alongside Prince Harry against a press group.

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The businesswoman joined the executive chairman of The Estée Lauder Companies Inc and Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Dr. Larry Norton and founding chief scientific officer as the company celebrated the 30th anniversary of its breast cancer campaign.

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Elizabeth has been the campaign’s global ambassador for 27 years after losing her grandmother to illness.

The 57-year-old wore a pink Barbie column dress that skimmed her curves and featured a short cape that covered her shoulders.

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“This October marks the 30th anniversary of the @esteelaudercompanies (BCC) breast cancer campaign,” Elizaberth shared on October 1 with a photo taken at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation’s annual gala. breast.

“When my grandmother lost her life to breast cancer in the early 90s, no one talked about it openly,” she continued. before praising Estee Lauder’s daughter-in-law, Evelynwho “decided to change that by co-creating the Pink Ribbon and founding BCC with a mission to help create a breast cancer free world for all”.

Elizabeth wowed in this stunning dress

Her Thursday exit comes after she joined the Duke of Sussex and Mr Elton John which has filed a lawsuit against Associated Newspapers over allegations of “heinous criminal activity”.

Legal documents filed on Thursday October 6 show Baroness Doreen Lawrence of Clarendon OBE, Prince Harry, Elton and David FurnishElizabeth and Sadie Frost have accused the media group, which owns the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, of “gross breaches of privacy”.

Among the illegal acts allegedly committed are “hiring private investigators to covertly place listening devices inside people’s cars and homes, commissioning individuals to surreptitiously listen in and record phone calls while they were taking place, the payment of law enforcement officials, with corrupt ties to private investigators, for privileged and sensitive information, the impersonation of individuals to obtain medical information from ‘hospitals, clinics and private treatment centers by deception, access to bank accounts, credit history and financial transactions by illicit means and manipulations’. The filler goes on to say that “the alleged crimes listed above represent only the tip of the iceberg – and that many other innocent people remain unwitting victims of similar terrible and wrongful covert acts”.

Elizabeth and Elton are among those filing the complaint

A spokesperson for Associated Newspapers said in response: ‘We totally and unequivocally refute this absurd slander which appears to be nothing more than a pre-planned and orchestrated attempt to embroil the Mail’s headlines in scandal. of telephone hacking relating to articles up to 30 years- Aged.

“These unsubstantiated and highly defamatory allegations, based on no credible evidence, appear to be simply a game of fishing for plaintiffs and their attorneys, some of whom have already filed lawsuits elsewhere.”

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