MIC’s Tiff Watson And Frankie Gaff Are The Belles Of The Ball

The Made In Chelsea beauties stunned at the Revlon ball at London's V&A last night...

Made In Chelsea girls Tiffany Watson and Frankie Gaff got glammed up last night for the Revlon masquerade ball, and totally stole the show in their knockout gowns.

Tiff opted for a stunning backless baby blue gown from Wish Boutique, that boasted a pretty bow and ruffles all the way down the back.

Read: Jamie Laing And Sam Thompson’s St Tropez Fight Looked *Nasty*…

This evening attending the @revlon ball ✨ Wearing @wishboutiqueglasgow

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The petite star accessorised with serious bridesmaid-ready hair, sweeping her blonde locks up into a loose bun topped off with dainty plaits

And her fans couldn’t get enough of her striking look for the night. ‘Wow! Stunning & classy’, one wrote.

‘That back detailing!!!’, gushed another, whilst another couldn’t help but compare her to royalty. ‘Pipa middelton eat your heart out’, they wrote.

Beautiful make up by @lauralouisemua for tonight ?

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Frankie, meanwhile, looked equally as stunning gin a bright coral Nadine Merabi frock that showcased her athletic figure to the max.

Sticking with her signature sporty high ponytail, Frankie’s dress set off her glowing tan like a dream.

‘Now that’s a dress…you look stunning’, one fan gushed.

Read: MIC’s Frankie Gaff’s Instagram Page Confuses Fans…

Hello Revlon wearing Nadine Merabi ✌@nadinemerabi #nofilter #noedit #lol

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‘Omg she is ridic’, said another.

Yep, these girls killed it. But what was weird was that boyfriends Jamie Laing and Sam Thompson were nowhere to be seen on the night. In fact, they haven’t been pictured together since that nasty fight in St Tropez…

The boys were seen sparring after Jamie allegedly insulted Tiff during a beach party a few weeks ago – eep. At least Tiff and Frankie haven’t let it come between them – we just hope the boys have managed to patch things up.