Michelle Keegan looked stunning as she joined elegant Nathalie Emmanuel at the Bulgari High Jewelery Gala in London on Thursday.
The 35-year-old actress sizzled in an embellished mini dress with a structured 3D floral pattern and silver sequins by Rahul Mishra.
She completed her look with a pair of opaque stockings and black stilettos by Sergio Rossi and Bulgari jewelry.
Joining Michelle at the Bulgari Hotel, Natalie donned a plunging black dress that hugged her figure perfectly.
The 34-year-old Game of Thrones star paired the chic outfit with a pair of mesh gloves and carried a small leather clutch.
Also in attendance was Lasaha Lynch, who looked incredible in an off-the-shoulder taffeta midi dress with a ruffled neckline.
She accessorized the look with a statement necklace and matching earrings, and added to her height with a pair of embellished stilettos.
Michelle’s appearance comes after news that Brassic will reportedly “be sacked after the next series” as the cast looks to leave the Sky comedy to work on other projects.
The show, in which Michelle plays Erin Croft, launched its fifth season last week and will air a special episode in December.
But a new report has revealed the show is “unlikely” to return after next year as producers work on a sixth and final installment.
A Sky insider told The Mirror: “Brassic is unlikely to return after series six next year. It was an incredible success, but some actors think it’s time to move on.
“Ryan considered leaving after the fifth series, but Sky bosses persuaded him to continue. “Michelle is also finding it increasingly difficult to manage her filming schedule as she is in demand for so many projects.”
However, a Sky spokesperson denied the show would end after series six, telling MailOnline: “Brassic has not been cancelled. The show remains one of Sky’s best original comedies. With a very successful fifth series released just last week, it is a firm favorite among our customers.
More and more of them continue to discover this award-winning series on demand and streaming on Sky Max on Thursdays at 10pm.”
David Livingston, executive producer of Brassic, Calamity Films, added: “The series is not being cancelled. We’ve just released episode five and the ratings are through the roof with a Christmas special and episode six in production. As Brassic character Farmer Jim might say. “This is horse No.*!!.”
The original comedy Brassic follows Vinnie O’Neal (Joseph Gilgun) and his five friends, including single mother Michelle.
The group struggles to survive in the fictional town of Hawley and often resort to petty crime for money.
When Dylan’s girlfriend Erin wants a fresh start in a new city, Dylan again either follows her or stays with friends he considers brothers.