Lilly Becker goes make-up free as she cuts a low-key figure in padded jacket and leggings at Lady Garden charity event alongside Tamara Beckwith
A make-up free Lilly Becker showed her support for The Lady Garden Foundation on Thursday night as she joined Tamara Beckwith among other socially-distance guests to celebrate the charity’s Pop Up Christmas Fayre.
The 44-year-old showcased her glowing complexion as she attended the event held at the Officine Gullo Showroom in London clad in her monochrome gym-legging and a black long-sleeved top.
The German model also wrapped up in an ankle-length padded jacket with a tied waist belt and sported a pair of pink trainers.
Worthwhile: A make-up free Lilly Becker showed her support for The Lady Garden Foundation on Thursday night to celebrate the charity’s Pop Up Christmas Fayre
Keeping to her low-key theme, Lilly covered her brunette locks with a white Asics baseball cap and sported a face mask around her chin as she posed for photos.
Also at the event was socialite Tamara Beckwith, 50, who was pictured modelling the charity’s limited edition Christmas jumper from malin darlin with all proceeds going to The Lady Garden Foundation to help tackle gynaecological cancers.
The charity co-founder’s moss green jumper featured the slogan ‘Be A Lady’ across the front in cream and she teamed the statement cashmere garment with a pair of lightwash denim flares.
Tamara rounded off her look with a pair of black leather pumps and worked her hair into a voluminous style.
Picture perfect: Charity co-founder and socialite Tamara Beckwith was also in attendance
Glowing: The 44-year-old showcased her glowing complexion as she attended the event held at the Officine Gullo Showroom in London
Other guests in attendance included Melissa Odabash and Sofia Barattieri alongside designer Alison Henry.
Lilly’s appearance at the worthwhile event comes after it was reported that her estranged husband Boris had ‘handed back the keys’ to a £9million luxury villa and estate in Majorca as part of his bankruptcy proceedings.
British private bank Arbuthnot Latham, accepted ownership of the property as settlement of debts, according to the German-language ‘Mallorca Magazin’.
News of the sale came just days after it was revealed that Becker was selling a £1.8m seven-bedroom house overlooking the Rhine Valley in Germany – with his mother still inside as a lifelong tenant.
‘Be a lady’: Tamara, 50, who was pictured modelling the charity’s limited edition Christmas jumper from malin darlin
Posing up a storm: Jewellery designer Josephine Daniel and Sofia Barattieri attended the event also
Becker went bankrupt in 2017 with debts of £11m, despite earning around £120m in prizes and sponsorship in a career which netted him 49 singles titles, six of them Grand Slams.
According to Majorca Magazine, the British bank are registered in official records as having taken over the property a year ago.
The former Wimbledon champion split from model Lilly in 2018 after a 13-year relationship and nine years of marriage, and it is understood that they are in the ‘final stages’ of divorcing.
In May 2019, the pair reached an agreement after becoming embroiled in a family court dispute over their son Amadeus. Lilly reflected on 2018 after parting ways from her husband of nine years during an interview with Günther Jauch on Germany’s RTL.
Getting chic done: Designer Alison Henry (L) and Malin Jefferies, who design the charity’s Christmas jumper, smiled for photos
She admitted the couple will never rekindle their relationship, insisting: ‘It’s really over between us. 2018 was the worst time of my 42 years. He so grossly disappointed me.’
Speaking on the negative effects of being in the limelight, she went on: ‘What makes it so bad is that everything is happening in public now. But I married a public man, maybe it’s part of it.’
‘Unfortunately, [a reunion wouldn’t] not work anymore. Too much has happened. I do not want to, he does not, and that’s fine. It’s really over between us.’
Wrapped up: Famed swimwear designer Melissa Odabash showed her support for the worthwhile cause