Vicky headed to Old Trafford, Manchester to see a slew of celebrities, footballing pros and legends come together in aid of children's charity UNICEF.
And, of course, she was dressed to impress for the occasion (we would expect nothing less...), making the most of the sunshine in a gorgeous floral number.
Pretty cute, right?
Vicky oozed sophisticated chic in her midi dress, complete with a plunging wrap over neckline and ruffed off the shoulder sleeves. She teamed it with a pair of strappy white sandals and her newly lightened locks in perfect curls.
The I'm A Celebrity winner didn't have a hair out of place, so you wouldn't have thought just hours earlier there would have been a wardrobe mishap.
Well, Vicky revealed all, tweeting before Soccer Aid: "It wouldn't be me if there wasn't a major wardrobe/makeup/travel/fake tan emergency right before a big event would it?! #balls."
She definitely pulled it off in the end, though, didn't she? Even if it did make her a little late...
Vicky added: "To Anyone that I couldn't stop for pictures with on the way out of my hotel- I'm so sorry... I am not a kn*b at all- I'm running late as always and literally have a specific time with no wiggle room to be on the to! My humblest apologies... I will make it up to you all."
It wouldn't be me if there wasn't a major wardrobe/makeup/travel/fake tan emergency right before a big event would it?! #balls— Vicky Pattison (@VickyGShore) June 5, 2016
While there, Vicky told fans she'd had a "surreal moment" standing pitch side with Rochelle Humes and sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher and she gushed about Robbie Williams.
Vicky met England's assistant manager and couldn't resist cosying up for a selfie. Alongside it she shared a heart-eyed emoji and gushed about Robbie, telling her followers: "I mean.... Life made."
She made a solo appearance at the match, choosing to go without her new flame and former TOWIE star Mario Falcone.
Vicky casually let slip she is dating Mario last week, and has said she is "excited" to see where things will go between them.
Other familiar faces in attendance were Michelle Keegan and Jess Wright, as they had been supporting Mark Wright - who was actually crowned 'Man of the Match' on the night.
Mark had scored for England, helping to secure their 3-2 win over the other team, the Rest of the World. He played alongside Olly Murs, Louis Tomlinson and Marvin Humes.
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