Sophie Cookson cuts an elegant figure in a blue floral dress and white shirt while showing her sense of style when screening for greed
She is praised for her performance in the BBC period drama The Trial by Christine Keeler.
And Sophie Cookson looked downright sensational when she attended a special screening of Greed on Thursday at the Ham Yard Hotel in London.
The actress, 29, showed her sense of style while putting on a long-sleeved blue dress with a detailed floral print.
Event: Sophie Cookson, 29, looked downright sensational when she attended a special screening of Greed on Thursday at the Ham Yard Hotel in London
Sophie also wore a fresh white shirt, while adding height to her frame with a pair of open-toe black heels.
Sophie dropped her dark blonde locks over her shoulders and posed for snaps at the event together with fellow attendees Ollie Locke, Steve Coogan and Dinita Gohill.
The former Made in Chelsea star Ollie opted for a causal look, and wore a navy sweater with blue skinny jeans.
Steve Coogan was wearing a crsip white shirt with a black blazer and ivory pants.
Fashion: the actress showed her sense of style while wearing a blue long-sleeved dress with a detailed floral print
Greed, a British comedy, tells the story of billionaire Sir Richard McCreadie (Coogan) whose shopping empire is in crisis.
A satire about wealth, much of the film revolves around Richard’s 60th birthday party taking place on the island of Mykonos.
Sophie plays Richard’s daughter Lily in the film while Isla Fisher plays as his ex-wife Samantha.
Shirley Henderson, Pixie Lott, Stephen Fry and David Mitchell all also have a role in the film that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
Co-stars: Sophie posed for photos during the event together with fellow participants Ollie Locke, Steve Coogan and Dinita Gohill
Outfit: former Made in Chelsea star Ollie opted for a causal look, wearing a navy sweater with blue skinny jeans
Glamor: Sophie let her dark blonde strands fall over her shoulders and was a feast for the eyes
Guests: Director Michael Winterbottom attended the screening alongside magician Dynamo
It comes after Christine Keeler’s son recently praised Sophie’s portrait of his mother in the BBC series and said he would like people to “remember” her better.
Sophie looks at the spitting image of brunette beauty, Miss Keeler, who is shown as her young life gets out of hand after her affair with state secretary for war John Profumo was put in the spotlight.
Despite the sensitive subject, Seymour Platt said he was satisfied with the BBC’s treatment and told Good Good Britain: “I think it’s fair. I think she’s really good at playing my mother. There have been times when I have seen my mother in her. “
The BBC1 drama, The Trial of Christine Keeler, is a six-part representation of the infamous Cold War saga from 1963.
Relaxed: actress Hadyn Gwyne wore a top with a pattern with black skinny jeans
Participants: Made In Chelsea Oliver Proudlock was another guest on the show along with fashion designer Henry Holland
Profumo – who was married to actress Valerie Hobson – was forced to resign after it appeared that Miss Keeler had also slept with a Russian diplomat during their Cold War affair.
Mr. Platt said that he could not have seen all the episodes before the show was broadcast, but is now on the second.
“I liked the second episode much better,” he said. “I think it’s fair … My mother was even naive when I knew her. I was born 10 years after these events. But the woman I knew was a devoted mother.
“She was a very character who was eccentric, funny and fond of driving. We would laugh like that. “
Plot: Greed, a British comedy, tells the story of billionaire Sir Richard McCreadie (Coogan) whose shopping empire is in crisis