Helen Skelton puts on a classy display in a pinstripe shirt at the Kinder Masters of Play festival
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Helen Skelton put on a chic display on Wednesday as she attended the Kinder Masters of Play festival in London.
The 33-year-old television presenter cut a smart figure in a pinstripe shirt, which she teamed with a pair of black trousers and matching boots.
She accessorised the look with a brown leather tote bag and a pair of sunglasses.
The former Blue Peter presenter appeared to be in high spirits as she posed for pictures with some of the other attendees.
Skelton is currently the face of Kinder's first ever Masters of Play Festival. The event, which is part of the brand's wider ‘Kinder World of Play' campaign, is a celebration of play as a way of learning and developing vital skills.
The festival featured a range of activities, from sports and art to coding and science. There were also a number of celebrity appearances, including Davina McCall, Gok Wan and Denise van Outen.
Commenting on the event, Skelton said: “It's been fantastic to be part of the Kinder Masters of Play festival and to see so many children having fun and learning through play. It's been great to have a chance to explore the world of play and to see first-hand the way it can help develop important skills.”
Kinder's chief marketing officer, Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, added: “We know that play is an essential part of a child's development and we wanted to bring this to life in the Kinder World of Play. We're delighted to have had Helen Skelton join us on our journey to bring play to life and to help us celebrate its importance.”