Doctor Who & Jodie Whittaker exudes glamor in a polka dot dress and caged shoes as she goes to the star-studded Henley Festival
She immortalized her name in the acting spheres when she changed into the very first female Doctor Who.
And Jodie Whittaker certainly looked more glamorous than her character in a polka dot dress, while visiting the Audi area at the Henley Festival in Henley-on-Thames on Friday.
The actress, 37, looked beautiful in the black spotty dress with a floral collar and puffed sleeves.
Stylish: Jodie Whittaker certainly looked more glamorous than her Doctor in a polka dot dress while attending the Henley Festival in Henley-on-Thames in the Audi area Friday to Friday
Style Queen: The actress, 37, looked beautiful in the black spotty dress with a floral collar and puffed sleeves
She proves she can be a stylish queen, and the sci-fi actress has stacked her things in black fat-heels during the event.
Jodie added a pop of vibrant colors and fed an incredibly jealous mini handbag and sunglasses.
Jodie wore her blonde locks in effortless waves and tied the look together with a lick of red lipstick.
While preparations for the spin-off show continue, the fans of Doctor Who are anxiously awaiting the arrival of series 12 of the beloved sci-fi drama.
Dapper: Actor Sam Claflin looked neat in a black suit and tie during the event
In May, thirteenth doctor Jodie came face to face with The Judoon for the first time while filming in Gloucester Cathedral.
The rhino chief space travel police first appeared on Doctor Who in 2007 when they brought a London hospital to the moon.
Historically, The Judoon played an important role in Doctor Who after they met the tenth doctor and his colleague Martha Jones.
Thirteenth Doctor: In May, thirteenth doctor Jodie came face to face with The Judoon for the first time while filming in Gloucester Cathedral.
Bosses have kept silent about how The Judoon will return to the show next year, but the episode will also include a guest appearance by Neil Stuke.
Showrunner Chris Chibnall said: & The Judoon don't take prisoners and won't do anything to fulfill their mission!
& # 39; The entire Doctor Who team is delighted and just as scared to welcome them back: one of the many treats we have to offer the next series of viewers.
& # 39; And we are all over the moon (with Judoon) to welcome the wonderful Neil Stuke as a guest role. We can't wait to show you what happens when his path crosses with the Thirteenth Doctor. & # 39;
Mission accomplished: bosses have been left together about how The Judoon will return to the show next year, but the episode will also feature a guest appearance by Neil Stuke
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