Anna Friel stuns in £2,300 emerald green Victoria Beckham dress at Sulphur And White premiere – The Sun

ANNA Friel looked amazing in a £2,300 emerald green Victoria Beckham dress on the red carpet of the Sulphur And White premiere last night.

The British actress, 43, plays the mother of David Tait (played Mark Stanley) in the new drama which is based on the true story of a young boy who was abused as a child – and his mother did nothing about it.

The former Brookside star rocked the red carpet at the Curzon Mayfair in London whilst wearing one of Posh Spice's designs.

The silk gown completed her figure amazingly with statement shoulder pads which also wrapped around her tiny waist.

She opted for some matching green heels with a funky pattern and a simple gold bangle on her right arm.

Anna kept her whole attire very simple, including her makeup as she went for a bold red lip which made her outfit pop.




The gown also has a slit in the side, which she showed off as she headed to Little House Members Club for the afterparty.

Anna was seen leaving the celebrations in high spirits with a massive smile on her face.

Victoria herself took to Instagram to show off her amazing work and posted a snap of the actress during the event.

"Love this!! @annafriel in VB eveningwear. Congrats on your premiere x kisses," she captioned the post.



The 45-year-old also posted a snap of herself wearing the gorgeous gown with "Hollywood glamour" as the caption.

Anna will be staring in the new upcoming movie which is set to hit our screens on 6 March 2020.

The film follows the story of David Tait, a man who was abused as a child by the people closest to him.

David, 57, has used his story to help raise more than £1million for NSPCC, and revealed on Thursday during his appearance on This Morning that Anna had an "unbelivable likeness" to his real mother.

He said: "Anna dressed up as my 54-year-old mother at that time, visiting me in my bank, it was an extraordinary moment for me."

The city executive was on set during filming to make sure that everything was portrayed correctly – with Anna adding that him being there was a "relief."

She said: "It was actually a huge relief… so I had him all to myself to be able to say, "Is this right?" He was a wonderful, wonderful guide throughout it.

"I just wanted to make sure it didn’t upset you, because your story is so incredible and so brave. And then to watch your life being played out must be psychologically weird."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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