Harry Potter star Emma Watson made her first public appearance in a while this evening to support Prince William’s first Earthshot Prize awards. The 31-year-old put on a jaw-dropping display in a recycled white tulle backless dress which showcased her physique.
The actress wore her ensemble with black trousers and chunky boots along with stylish gold rings.
She wore her short hair in a wavy style with one side neatly placed behind her ear.
Emma struck a number of poses for the cameras on the green carpet ahead of presenting an award at the event.
The ceremony, created by Prince William, awarded five winners who had contributed to save the planet.
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Due to to the detailing of her dress, others queried if she could be pregnant.
The actress hasn’t addressed the claims but has previously told fans she would tell them if there was any big news happening in her life.
In May, she wrote on Twitter: “Dear fans, rumours about whether I’m engaged or not, or whether my career is “dormant or not” are ways to create clicks each time they are revealed to be true or untrue.
“If I have news – I promise I’ll share it with you.”
In view of her 28 million followers, she added: “In the mean time please assume no news from me just means I’m quietly spending the pandemic the way most people are – failing to make sourdough bread (!), caring for my loved ones and doing my best not to spread a virus that is still affecting so many people.”
Her post came after a publication claimed her agent said she had gone “dormant” to focus on her relationship with businessman Leo Robinton.
He later denied this was true and clarified: “Emma’s social media accounts are dormant but her career isn’t.”
Elsewhere tonight, attendees were required to wear recycled outfits as part of the Duke of Cambridge’s environmental awareness campaign.
In a speech, he said: “We are alive in the most consequential time in human history.
“The actions we choose or choose not to take in the next 10 years will determine the fate of the planet for the next thousand.
“A decade doesn’t seem long, but humankind has an outstanding record of being able to solve the unsolvable.
“Many of the answers are already out there… but we need everyone – from all parts of society – to raise their ambition and unite in repairing our planet.”
He added that the future was “ours to determine”.