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Joanne Froggatt shows glimpse of toned torso in the most perfect summer dress

The star is a natural beauty

joanne froggatt shows off toned torso
August 15, 2022
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Downton Abbey star Joanne Froggatt shared an exciting update on Sunday while giving fans a glimpse of her incredibly toned torso.

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The 41-year-old actress was a vision as she donned a gorgeous green floral cut-out gown which boasted a sensational halterneck neckline. The star wore her iconic blonde locks down in natural waves, and as for makeup opted for dark eyeliner and nude lipstick.

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Captioning the post, the star wrote: "Virtual TCA for SHERWOOD this week. Airing soon on @britboxtv in the US and Canada," alongside three photos from the event.

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Fans were obsessed with her stylish look and took to the comments section with messages for the star.

joanne froggatt stunning© Photo: Instagram

Joanne looked so sensational

One fan wrote: "You look absolutely gorgeous!" A second added: "Fabulous! Looking forward to watching and you look like pure sunshine. That summer hair is perfect."

A third replied: "As always you look absolutely stunning." A fourth said: "So pretty," with four red love hearts, whilst fans from overseas were so excited to hear that Sherwood would be available to watch. One keen follower penned: "Looking forward to seeing this, it will air in Sweden too very soon."

joanne froggatt sherwood© Photo: BBC

The actress recently starred in Sherwood

The star, who plays Sarah Vincent in the spine-tingling thriller, recently spoke to the BBC about her personal connection to the role. She said: "I was pretty familiar with [the history]," she said, adding: "I was very young when the miners' strike happened and whilst I didn't live in a mining town, I did live in the north of England.

"I didn't fully understand it, because I think I was three or four, but it was a part of my childhood. When I was older, we learnt about it in school, and I learnt about it from family as well who taught me how divisive that time was in the UK."

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