By Daily Mail Reporter
Wearing white: Hopefully Tara won't be wearing white for the Royal wedding tomorrow as she did today
She will be attending the Royal wedding tomorrow and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was already looking preened to perfection on an outing today.
The socialite was spotted leaving her house just a day before the ceremony in a figure hugging tight white dress, which she accompanied with a Chanel handbag and grey heels.
And the close friend of Prince Charles accessorised with classic pearl earrings and a newly highlighted hairdo.
Even Tara’s white watch matched the ensemble, but hopefully she won’t be wearing white tomorrow on Kate Middleton’s big day.
The 39-year-old couldn’t stop smiling as she strutted down the street in London and was no doubt excited about the Royal event.
To prepare for the wedding, Tara told the Daily Mail in February: ‘If I can get my nose fixed for the wedding that would be ideal.
‘I’m not sure it’s going to be possible but hopefully something can be done in time.’
Years of cocaine abuse had taken its toll on Tara’s nose some time ago and in 2006 she paid £6,000 to have it rebuilt using cartilage from an ear.
Preparations: Tara was out and about in London today ahead of the wedding, no doubt dealing with final preparations
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But recently she admitted that the original surgery had worn out because of ‘general wear and tear’, leaving it looking squashed and bent.
So she headed back to a cosmetic surgeon to have fillers injected to give it a straighter, more natural shape.
And Tara seems to be happy with the results and appeared to chuffed about her Royal wedding invite as she left her house today.
Her fillers are said to have cost approximately £650 with a Harley Street specialist.
Tara will be joining fellow celebrity guests at the Royal wedding such as David and Victoria Beckham, Elton John, Guy Ritchie and Rowan Atkinson.
Australian Olympic swimmer Ian Thorpe, Welsh rugby player Gareth Thomas and former England footballer Trevor Brooking will also attend.