Emma Watson Gets Risque in Backless Dress at First Red Carpet Event in Nearly 2 Years

In addition to the 'Harry Potter' actress, royal couple Kate Middleton and Prince William attend the inaugural Earthshot Prize ceremony, which takes place in London.

AceShowbiz - Emma Watson was dressed to kill at her first public event in nearly two years. When gracing the red carpet of the inaugural Earthshot Prize ceremony in London, the "Little Women" actress got risque in a backless dress.

At the Sunday, October 17 event, where she served as a presenter, the 31-year-old donned a white, backless and sleeveless lace and tulle asymmetrical gown-like top. It's made up of 10 dresses from Oxfam.

To complete her outfit, the Hermione Granger depicter in the "Harry Potter" film series opted to go with a pair of black flared trousers. She also sported what appeared to be black chunky boots.

Also attending the Earthshot Prize ceremony wearing a recycled look was Kate Middleton. The Duchess of Cambride, who was accompanied by husband Prince William, wore a regal lavender Alexander McQueen gown that she debuted 10 years ago at a BAFTA event in Los Angeles.

The Sunday event marked Emma's first major social event since the "Little Women" premiere in December 2019. It also came a few weeks after reports about her split from Leo Robinton made media headlines.

Revealing the relationship status of Emma and Leo was Deuxmoi. After a fan asked, "Emma Watson split from boyfriend???" the gossip account simply replied on Instagram Story, "YES!"

The page, however, didn't offer more details about the two's split. Both the British actress and the Los Angeles businessman, who were last seen together back in the summer, have yet to confirm their separation.

In May, Emma shut down rumors suggesting that she was engaged to Leo. "Dear Fans, Rumours about whether I'm engaged or not, or whether my career is 'dormant or not' are ways to create clicks each time they are revealed to be true or untrue," she began her tweet.

"If I have news - I promise I'll share it with you," the activist continued. "In the mean time please assume no news from me just means I'm quietly spending the pandemic the way most people are - failing to make sourdough bread (!), caring for my loved ones and doing my best not to spread a virus that is still affecting so many people."

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