PIXIE Lott looked glam as she headed out for a birthday meal on crutches last night following a recent skiing accident.
The singer looked to be having a great time in the exclusive La Folie Douce Val d'Isère resort in France earlier this month before twisting her knee and being left unable to walk.
But heading out for a meal in London last night on the eve of her 26th birthday, Pixie didn't let her crutches get in the way of her glamorous look.
Clearly already on the mend, the star even managed to wear some boots with a bit of a heel with her sparkly black trousers and low cut black top.
Grinning as she joined her friends at Mexican restaurant Cantina Laredo, Pixie wore her blonde down and flicked out and accessorised with a simple necklace.
Following her accident on the slopes, a spokesman for Pixie told The Sun Online: "She’s doing well.
"She’s been resting it and hopes to be back to full strength again soon."
The star was pictured arriving back at London Stansted Airport in a wheelchair earlier this week but having switched to crutches, Pixie is obviously feeling a lot better.
Pixie kept fans updated on her travels while in France, posting a snap of her in a bright yellow ski suit.
She wrote: "My favourite ski suit of the season keeping me warm from this crazay storm ❄️💛❄️💛 @fusalp."
Another picture saw her kneeling beside fiance Oliver Cheshire in front of the lit up La Folie Douce sign, captioning it: "💗❤️💗❤️💗❤️the place 2 b."
Last month Pixie confirmed she'll marry Oliver before starting a family.
The singer and her model beau, 29, got engaged in 2016 during a romantic visit to St Paul's Cathedral and are hoping to marry in the autumn.
Speaking to The Sun Online to promote her #makethefuture project with Shell, Pixie said of potential baby plans: "We'll get married first and see what happens after that.
"Obviously we're engaged. We don't want to be engaged for ages and then get married.
"Oliver's super busy at the moment and we don't want to rush it and just shoehorn it in because I want it to be amazing.
"We're sort of saying September next year so that gives us some time to plan still. But we haven't made any plans yet.