Jenna Coleman cuts a glamorous figure while attending A Magazine’s launch dinner at Sessions Arts Club in London on Friday.
The 36-year-old actress wore a one-shoulder green dress with a white floral pattern and dashes of purple.
The garment had a large black bow attached to straps that hung over her left shoulder and down either side of her body.
In Style: Jenna Coleman, 36, cut a glamorous figure while attending A Magazine’s launch dinner at Sessions Arts Club in London on Friday.
She wore black open-toed heels to match the color of the bow on her dress, which added a few inches to her height.
The star carried a black handbag with her and opted for a natural-coloured makeup palette.
Jenna accessorised with a pair of gold earrings and was seen smiling as she posed at the event, which was curated by luxury fashion brand Erdem and organized in partnership with Matchesfashion.
Fashion Focus: The actress wore a one-shoulder green dress with a white floral pattern and dashes of purple, while a large black bow strap was attached on her left shoulder.
The Blackpool-born star was recently spotted kissing film director Jamie Child, 35, during a walk in north London.
The pair met when Jamie directed the Netflix series The Sandman.
Jamie was seen kissing his girlfriend on the forehead and wrapping his arm around her during the walk.
All the stars: Jenna is seen posing with It’s a Sin star Omari Douglas (left) and journalist Charlene Prempeh (center)
Doctor Who actress Jenna still lives in the £2.2million London home she shared with Tom Hughes, her ex-boyfriend and co-star in ITV period drama Victoria, from whom she split in 2020.
Tom, who played Prince Albert to her Queen Victoria, had been dating Jenna for four years. They met in 2013 on the sets of the drama series Dancing on the Edge.
It was reported in 2020 that the couple had called it quits after the relationship had ‘run its course’.
Smitten: The Blackpool-born actress was recently pictured kissing film director Jamie Child, 35, during a walk in north London.
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