Suranne Jones attended the Skys Up Next event at Theater Royals on Tuesday to show off her fashion qualifications.
The actress wore black clothes from head to toe-wide leg pants with a puff sleeve top and coordinator.
A 43-year-old Doctor Foster, smiling ear-to-ear at the Drury Lane venue, had a stunning make-up face, including pale pink lipstick.
Gorgeous: Suranne Jones looked comfortable and stylish with puff-sleeved tops and coordinated trousers when attending the SkyUp Next event at Theater Royals on Tuesday.
She chose comfortable and complementary footwear and wore black leather sandals.
As for her hair, the ex-Soapster added a loose wave and sported her commonly worn middle farewell.
Slanne brightened her look by putting an orange leather bag in a tote bag and striking gold earrings.
Stunning: Actress, 43, showed off her fashion qualifications when she posed to take a picture on the red carpet
Event: With a smile from ear to ear at the Drury Lane venue, Dr. Foster Star had a stunning make-up face, including pale pink lipstick.
Brilliant Beauty: When it comes to her hair, the ex-Soapster added a loose wave and sported her commonly worn middle farewell.
Happiness: Slanne brightened her look by putting an orange leather bag in a tote bag and striking gold earrings (pictured talking to Rose Leslie).
Tuesday’s Bash was hosted by Claudia Winkleman. Guests were able to see exclusively what would happen next on Sky while listening to stories from the biggest TV shows and movie stars.
It has been announced that Suranne will appear in the next Sky Original comedy Christmas carol.
Other Sky Productions unveiled at the event include Auschwitz tattoo players-this is a six-part limited series based on Heather Morris’s world-famous best-selling novel, a Jewish prisoner. Tells the true story of Larasokolov, who was given the task of tattooing an identification number on the arm of a fellow prisoner at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp during World War II.
Exciting: During the proceedings, broadcasters announced the slate of the largest new show in history to be screened after 2022.
The three-part I Hate Suzie Too starring Daniel Ings and Billie Piper was also announced in the evening.
During the proceedings, the broadcaster announced the slate of the largest new show in history to be screened after 2022.
Sky will launch over 200 Sky Original shows in all genres this year. This is an increase of 60% from 2021.
Future Role: Suranne announced to appear in the next Sky Original comedy Christmas carol