Jenna Coleman turned heads when she graced the flagship Burberry store in central London on Wednesday evening to attend the BAFTA Breakthrough Brits 2017. The 31-year-old actress dressed head-to-toe in Burberry, teaming a chic pussy-bow neckline blouse with a £795 tartan high-waist midi skirt. The statement piece was teamed with a pair of studded boots with contrasting red laces, adding an edgy look to her outfit. To accesorise, Jenna kept with the colour theme with a red handbag.
Beauty-wise, Jenna wore her shoulder-length brunette hair down in loose waves and an off-side parting, A natural make-up look was applied to Jenna to enhance her striking features. A bold outline of black liner and defined brow ensured her brown eyes stood out, while a glowy base and sweep of rose-hued blusher across the apples of her cheeks enhanced her complexion. A berry lipstick completed her look.
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Jenna Coleman looked stylish in a Victorian-inspired outfit
Other celebrities in attendance at the London event included Doctor Foster's Suranne Jones, who looked stylish in a black wrap dress, and actress Amanda Berry, who wore a tailored jacket teamed with a satin ruffle dress.
Earlier in the month, Jenna put together another stylish ensemble when she attended the Victoria photocall held at Kensington Palace. The actress dressed her slim figure in a vibrant shirt dress adorned with red and white flowers, and fastened with pearl buttons. The feminine number featured long sleeves with flared cuffs, and an A-line skirt, and looked lovely teamed with a pair of leg-lengthening black ankle boots.
Doctor Foster's Suranne Jones was also in attendance at the BAFTA ceremony
It was revealed last week that a Victoria Christmas special will debut over the Christmas season. A short but dramatic trailer that premiered at the end of the last episode showed some intense scenes. There appears to be heartbreak in the distance as Victoria can be seen clutching onto her husband, crying in the freezing cold. The trailer implies that this may be the moment that Prince Albert – played by Tom Hughes – dies. But do we really think this is the case?
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Although the historical context of the drama states the Queen's husband dies in the winter from typhoid fever, it is not yet confirmed or known what year the upcoming Christmas special will be set in – suggesting that a dramatic incident may have happened. It isn't all sadness for the Christmas special, as there are also some joyful scenes as the youngsters play in the snow.
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