The friends and family of Dave Myers came together on Monday to celebrate the life of the Hairy Biker.

An event was held at Fortnum and Mason's store in London, with those who knew Dave being given the chance to reminisce about the beloved TV personality.

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Si King took to social media on Tuesday to share a glimpse into what the party entailed.

He commented: "We had a wonderful evening reminiscing about our dear friend and the room was filled with love as you’d expect – Dave would have loved it.

"Thank you to all that could make it – you made it very special."

King also thanked Tom Athron, the CEO of Fortnum and Mason, and his team for making the night possible.

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Dave died in February following a two-year battle with cancer.

Since that point, the outpouring of love for the popular chef has not abated, with plans for tribute events in his home town of Barrow in June now taking shape.

With thousands of motorbike enthusiasts set to travel from London to Cumbria as part of 'Dave Day', it was the capital that also hosted the latest celebratory event in his honour.

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A number of attendees commented on King's post on Instagram, describing what it felt like to be part of the occasion.

Deborah Meaden, star of Dragon's Den, said: "You gave us all the perfect chance to celebrate a very lovely man.

"You couldn’t have done better for Dave, he would have loved it."

Lucy Young, on behalf of Mary Berry, added that it was a 'very special evening'.

TV presenter Olly Smith wrote: "So moving to be close to all Dave’s family, friends and colleagues - a beautiful evening."

Further tributes will take place on June 8, including a concert in Myers' memory at Barrow Raiders' home ground.