By Alanah Eriksen

Big night: Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was spotted leaving Brompton Club in South Kensington, west London after celebrating her 40th birthday with friends

She was the ultimate party girl in the 1990s.

And it appears Tara Palmer-Tomkinson obviously has no plans to slow down has she hits her 40s.

The socialite celebrated turning big four-o a few days early with a boozy bash at the Brompton Club in South Kensington, west London, last night.

She looked a little worse for wear as she left the venue, barely able to keep her eyes open.

She almost fell over several times as she stood on the bottom of her dress.
Friends had to hold on to the former 'it girl's' presents as she was in no state to do so herself.

With a little help from my friends: Tara had to be helped into a waiting taxi after the boozy bash

She started off so well: Tara smiled and posed for the cameras at the start of the night, before coming out of the club and tripping on her dress

Tara was helped into a taxi and once sitting inside, wrapped her arms around the neck of a male friend.

He attempted to protect her modesty as he dress rode up.

She eventually collapsed onto her knees and fell asleep.

Tara, who turns 40 on Friday, was dressed to the nines for the party in an on-trend mullet dress.

Careful there: Once inside, another friend tried to protect her modesty as he dress rode high

Tired Tara? The socialite fell to her knees in the back of a taxi and fell asleep during the ride home

The black number was clinched at the waist with a belt and had sparkly embellishments on the bodice.

Her hair was pulled back into a messy bun - which got messier as the night progressed.

Tara, whose family are friends with Prince Charles, recently revealed she was 'really proud' to the Royal Wedding in April.

'There was a lot of pressure on everyone - guests included - to make the day perfect for Will and Kate, and I'm just so proud to have been a part of it all.'
She admits she struggled to hold back tears when she saw the romantic vows.

You take it! Tara was in no state to hold her own presents and they were loaded into the taxi for her

yStill fashionable though: Tara wore an on-trend black mullet dress although almost fell over several times as she stood on the train

Writing for Marie Claire, she said: 'When it came to the ceremony at Westminster Abbey, William placed my family - all nine of us - at the front so we could see everything.

'I managed to control my tears until William and Harry arrived. And then Kate emerged. She's always been a calm person but that day she was more graceful and relaxed than I've ever seen her. '

Did you have fun? Tara's family are friends with prince Charles and and she attended the Royal Wedding in April

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