Jen Hood, Ashley Kellock, Fred MacAulay and Kaye Adams
The event, at Oran Mor on Friday, was titled Diamonds are Forever and included the auction of a half carat diamond, worth £2,500, donated by Edinburgh jeweller Hamilton and Inches.
The sparkly theme was evident throughout, with many of the guests choosing shimmering tops and dresses, or accessorising their outfits with dazzling shoes and jewellery.
And there was not a rugby shirt or speck of mud in sight, despite the fact that the event was organised by Ashley Kellock, wife of Glasgow Warriors and Scotland star Alastair Kellock, and Jen Hood, whose partner is Johnnie Beattie.
Ashley said: “We hope to raise lots of money for CHAS (Children's Hospice Association Scotland) which is a fantastic charity. All the ladies are here to have fun and it should be a sparkling occasion.”
Kaye Adams, who was host for the day, added: “I’ve visited both the children’s hospices and anyone who has, I know will find it incredibly difficult not to get involved.
“They really are remarkable places and obviously the word immediately suggests great sadness but anyone who visits knows there is so much more to it than that. They’re really wonderful places.
"It was not a difficult decision to come along and spend time with what looks like a very excitable bunch of Glasgow ladies. They’re always good fun."
BBC Radio Scotland presenter and stand-up comedian Fred MacAulay joined the festivities, acting as after lunch speaker and auctioneer.
He said: “I visited Rachel House Hospice (which is run by CHAS) a long time ago and it’s the most uplifting thing you can do. I was really nervous about going at first and I visited a few times and then the young kids asked me to go along and do a Christmas dinner one night.
"They said "we’re so delighted you’ve come along, you were the unanimous choice," and one of the kids, as only kids can do in all honesty, said "it’s a shame Ally McCoist was busy."
"So I went on a ten year sulk, but I’m delighted to be back! I’m kidding - I just loved that. Anything we can do to help, we’ll jump at it.”
For more information about CHAS, go to www.chas.org.uk.
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