Alice Eve put on a leggy display in a pink silk co-ord as she attend a dinner at the Sofitel London St. James on Wednesday.
The actress, 39, exuded chic in the pretty outfit which featured a billowing top and floaty shorts.
The star further emphasised her toned legs with a pair of terracotta clog-style shoes.
Leggy: Alice Eve put on a leggy display in a pink silk co-ord as she attend a dinner at the Sofitel London St. James on Wednesday
Her blonde tresses were pulled into a tousled updo while her pretty features were enhanced with a radiant palette of make-up.
Alice added an extra touch of sparkle with a gold necklace and hoop earrings.
Alice’s big break came as Charlotte’s braless nanny in the 2010 film Sex And The City 2. She then appeared in a series of Hollywood movies including Men In Black 3 and Star Trek: Into Darkness.
Glow: The actress, 39, exuded chic in the pretty outfit which featured a billowing top and floaty shorts
Siblings: Alice was joined by brother George at the glittering event
The actress previously spoke to The Sun about why she has ‘no aversion’ to showing ‘flesh’ and why she hoped Belgravia would be a good form of escapism for audiences.
Despite wearing very a tight corset and big dresses for Belgravia, she told the publication: ‘I don’t have any aversion to flesh or showing it. I think if you’ve got flesh then it should be shown.
‘Besides, you limit yourself if you are against all that because it’s part of the job really. But it can be a bit weird sometimes.’
In character: Alice played Susan Trenchard in Belgravia which had five million viewers watch the series finale
The screen star said she was typically cast as roles that objectify women whilst being shown through the lens of a man which is not how she feels about herself.
However she shared: ‘As an actor, you can’t be attached to your physicality.’
The star said she hopes fans enjoyed the escapism offered by the drama as it is what we need in the world right now.
Dare to bare: The actress previously spoke about why she has ‘no aversion’ to showing ‘flesh’ (pictured in Star Trek in 2012)