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Maisie Williams gets girly at TV BAFTAS

Published 11/05/2015

Maisie Williams
Maisie Williams

Maisie Williams embraced her girly side in a lilac dress at the BAFTA TV awards yesterday.

The 18-year-old Game of Thrones star showed no trace of teenage awkwardness as she posed on the red carpet in the cute lilac number. She finished the look off with chunky white sandals but left off the accessories to let the dress do the talking.

The British beauty also kept her hair and make-up simple, sticking to a wavy style for her long bob and finishing things off with a coat of mascara. Maisie gave credit to the people who made her look for the ceremony, which was held in London, UK.

"Hair and makeup by @JackThirlway1 and @EmmaWhiteTurle thank you guys xxxxx," she tweeted.

"And massive thanks to @_selfportrait_ for the dress! Xxx (sic)"

Maisie wasn't the only one who graced the red carpet last night. Anna Friel looked stunning in white dress with a tassel design at the back. Chris O'Dowd was also there, looking dapper in a smart black suit.

The glitzy event was a chance for Maisie to show off her feminine style, which has to take a back seat on Game of Thrones.

“I like shocking people just because, like, I can wear a dress too,” she previously explained to Entertainment Weekly. “Not even for people to go, ‘Oh she’s grown up,’ but to show people that I’m actually a girl. I’m just so scruffy on the show.”

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