And it was tripping over a bridal gown she was modelling that made show organiser, Natalie Emuss a show-stopper when she fell down and fractured her elbow. It didnt stop her continuing the walk. Her husband, Paul helped her up and she carried on. Two medics from Addenbrookes breast cancer team, Dr Helen Cox and nurse Sian Goodwin, gave Natalie first aid and she was taken to the hospital where she had surgery on Monday, (October 22.) All the models, including Natalie, are breast cancer survivors, many joined by their families as they glided down the catwalk. The show, for the past three years at Rigby and Peller in Cambridges Grand Arcade, was organised by the shops manager, Jenny Mason with Natalie Emuss from Saffron Walden. This was Natalies fifth show and the third with the underwear specialist. This years event was dedicated to the memory of a model from the 2016 fashion show, Becky Hadfield from Peterborough who died, aged 39 this year. The women combined for a tribute walk for Becky, all dressed in white outfits from the White Company and carrying white balloons. They paraded to the song Run by Leona Lewis. The women were visibly moved and the audience were silently fixed on the moment. Natalie Emuss has been raising money for Addenbrookes since 2014 and this years funds will be added to the £22,195 raised so far. This years money is still being counted and expected to equal or beat last years show which raised over £8,000. Both Natalie and Jenny said it was a great show. Jenny said: It was amazing. Apart from Natalies elbow being broken, which we didnt want to happen, we couldnt have asked for anything better from the models or the audience.