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Saturday 29 August 2015

Penélope's post-baby figure

Published 04/10/2013

Penélope Cruz
Penélope Cruz

Penélope Cruz dazzled in a black and gold Temperley London gown for the UK premiere of The Counselor yesterday.

The Spanish actress and her husband Javier Bardem welcomed their daughter Luna on July 22 and the event at London's Odeon West End marked her first public outing since becoming a mother.

Penélope stunned in a figure-hugging black and gold Temperley London gown, which featured long lace sleeves and a small trail. Adding an extra touch of glamour to the ensemble, she held a gold Loewe clutch bag and wore a blue stone Chopard ring.

The 39-year-old star styled her hair and make-up to complement the exquisite gown, dip-dying her thick brown locks a lighter blonde colour and wearing a hint of bronze eye shadow and black eyeliner.

Temperley London is one of the go-to labels when female Hollywood stars visit the British capital, with other actresses including Kate Beckinsale big fans.

Javier, who also stars in The Counselor, looked dapper in a black suit, white shirt and navy tie and the couple looked stylish as they walked the red carpet together. Their co-star Michael Fassbender chose a lighter tone for the event and arrived in a grey suit paired with a crisp white shirt.

Sigourney Weaver also made a statement by choosing a quirky outfit for the premiere. She wore a silk black shirt and blazer paired with wide-leg velvet trousers. Her ensemble looked similar to actor Scott Eastwood's chosen outfit. He also opted for an all-black number and looked suave in his shirt, suit jacket and matching pants.

The screening also signified the beginning of the British Film Institute Festival.

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