Emma Watson flashes after ‘wardrobe malfunction’ at pre-Baftas party

Emma Watson flashes after ‘wardrobe malfunction’ at pre-Baftas party

What she wouldn’t have given for an invisibility cloak! Emma Watson flashes after ‘wardrobe malfunction’ at pre-Baftas party

Harry Potter star Emma Watson revealed a little too much flesh when she suffered a wardrobe malfunction on her way to a plush showbiz party last night.

Disaster struck when the 20-year-old, who wore a short navy silk dress with a plunging neckline, was on her way to a pre-Baftas party.

A piece of tape that was supposed to hold the dress in place came undone, exposing more than she bargained for.

She did her best to keep a straight face as the accident was caught on cameras, even though the two friends she was traveling with weren’t sure where to look.

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Her daring costume is the latest sign that the star is keen to distance herself from her role as the uptight, nerdy trainee magician Hermione Granger, who made her a household name.

With just one more Harry Potter film, the star, who is said to be worth £19million, has already started working on other projects.

The Burberry model is currently filming My Week With Marilyn with Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, about Marilyn Monroe’s encounters with Sir Laurence Olivier on the set of The Prince And The Showgirl.

The Harry Potter franchise will receive a special Bafta award for Outstanding British Contribution to Film at the Royal Opera House ceremony tonight.

Watson said of the accolade, “It’s a huge honour!” Thanks to Jo Rowling for the past ten years and all the loyal fans who have been with us


She is to receive the gong with co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint.

Emma was joined at the pre-Bafta party, hosted by PR firm Finch & Partners at the Mark’s Club members bar in Mayfair, by a host of famous faces.

Model Laura Bailey gave her her money’s worth in a pretty blue creation, her hair neatly tied back showing off her delicate features.


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