Cressida Bonas already put her impressive dance skills on display in a video for Mulberry, and now the 26 year old has once again turned heads in a campaign for the luxury label. The British beauty, who famously dated Prince Harry for two years, shows off her playful side for their spring 2015 campaign which sees her posing alongside their iconic bags.
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Cressida Bonas stars in the new Mulberry campaign for spring 2015
In the images shot by renowned photographer Robert Fairer, Cressida shows off her model credentials, looking the ultimate English rose as she rocks a series of colourful dresses amidst grassy sets and stunning accessories.
The new campaign sees Cressida add to her already-impressive fashion portfolio, as she joins a line of brand ambassadors including Cara Delevingne, who designed a capsule collection for the label, and Georgia May Jagger.
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Cressida joins a line of brand ambassadors from Georgia May Jagger to Cara Delevingne
The blonde beauty spoke about the exciting opportunity when her video for the fashion house From England with Love was released.
"It was great to be approached for the project and develop ideas with Mulberry," she said.
"I loved the story and the attitude they wanted to convey. Our team wanted the girl in the film to have energy and fun, with the curiosity to explore which draws her up the stairs and into the mirrored room.
"And once she's there and feels that no-one's watching – then she just wants to dance for the joy of it. The setting makes her feel free, and using dance to convey this feeling works so well for the story, and it adds signature Mulberry charm and wit."
Cressida is no stranger to performing and already enjoys a blossoming Hollywood career. However, it was a recent appearance on stage which saw her receive critical acclaim as she starred in hit play There's A Monster in the Lake.
"I don't really understand it; in real life I'm often so shy – paralysingly so," she recently confided to Miss Vogue magazine. "But when I'm performing, it's totally different. I feel free."