Jenna Coleman exudes royal elegance in white Emilia Wickstead dress

All those hours spent playing a royal have rubbed off!

Jessica B

She's best known for portraying one of our most iconic monarchs. And on Sunday Jenna Coleman proved she has the style to match her royal associations when she stepped out at the Queen's Cup Polo Final at the Guards Polo Club in Windsor wearing a stunning white dress by British designer Emilia Wickstead. The white frock features short sleeves, a polo neck, fitted top and full ankle-length skirt. A row of black buttons starts at the throat and continues to the knee.


Jenna wowed in this gorgeous dress

The 32-year-old accessorised the stunning gown with a pair of chunky black sandals and a quirky circular cream and black clutch purse. She wore her chestnut hair in loose waves, and went for defined brows and bronze lips.

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The high society event is one of the top five polo tournaments in the world, and is named in Her Majesty's honour. Every year it attracts some of the biggest names from the higher echelons of society. Also in attendance this year was Hollywood star Lily Collins, who looked stunning in a floor length floral dress and matching fascinator. The two actresses were spotted laughing and chatting together throughout the event.


Jenna recently made fans do a double take after she shared a photo of her growing baby bump on Instagram, surprising her thousands of followers. The actress, who is dating her Victoria co-star Tom Hughes, quickly explained that the bump was a prosthetic one, and that she was wearing it for her new role in BBC drama, The Cry. Uploading the photo from the set in Glasgow, Jenna wrote: "Spot of Birth on the Birthday #birthonbirthday #setlife #thecry Thank you for all the lovely messages."

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The former Doctor Who star plays young mother Joanna, who travels from Scotland to Australia with her husband and young child, to help her husband gain custody of his daughter from his ex-wife. The thriller, which is based on Helen FitzGerald's novel, sees the couple's newborn baby tragically abducted from a small coastal town in Australia.

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