Naomi Watts is beautiful in a flower theme dress with lace collar at NY premiere for The Morning Show
Last week she was the center of attention when she was honored with the Australians in the Film Awards in Los Angeles.
But on Monday evening, Naomi Watts was happy to play a supporting role when she attended the star-studded New York premiere for The Morning Show of Apple + TV.
The actress, who was born in the UK and moved to Australia as a teenager with her family, looked beautiful in a floral-themed dress as she posed for photos on the red carpet.
Beautiful: Naomi Watts arrived on Monday at the New York premiere for The Morning Show of Apple + TV and looked stunning in a floral theme dress with long sleeves and lace collar
Naomi's dress was white and strewn with lavender and green leaves motifs.
It had long sleeves with cuffs and a white lace collar.
The 51-year-old added a pair of blushing pink heels with decorative straps and a blushing clutch purse.
Her blond long bob was styled with a parting separated from the middle and she was composed with black mascara and glossy dark pink lip color.
Flare for fashion: the 51-year-old actress added a pair of blushing pink heels with elegant straps and a blushing clutch
Natural beauty: Her blond long bob was styled with an eccentric separation and she was composed with black mascara and glossy dark pink lip color
Naomi received the Orry-Kelly Award recognizing a career in entertainment that has contributed to Australia's national identity.
After making her name in Australian TV and film, she became known in Hollywood with roles in David Lynch's Mulholland Drive in 2001 and the horror film 2002 The Grudge.
Nominated for two Academy Awards, her other credits on the big screen include 21 Grams, King Kong, Fair Game and The Impossible.
Naomi lives in New York where she co-parents her two sons with former partner Liev Schreiber.
Honored: Last Wednesday Naomi received the Orry-Kelly Award at a gala in LA in recognition of a career in entertainment that contributed to Australia's national identity
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