CALL The Midwife's Helen George is worlds away from her character as she goes braless at the Olivier Awards.
The actor, who plays Trixie Franklin in the BBC drama, stunned in a nude sequin dress with a plunging neckline.
Helen, 38, has also swapped her trademark blonde tresses for a chocolate brown do.
Her glistening gown was held together by a dainty black thread that ran across her chest.
She wore a natural palette of make up: a nude lip, lashings of mascaraand a dusting of bronzer on both cheeks.
The star teamed a pair of strappy heels and let her dark brown locks flow down in loose waves.
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Last month Helen spoke about season 12's finale after it was pulled from screens by the BBC.
The twelfth series of Call The Midwife premiered in February.
Fans of the show are excited to see Helen's character Trixie tie the knot with Matthew Aylward (Olly Rix), after the episode was delayed due to this year's BAFTAs.
During a Q&A on Instagram, Helen opened up about what viewers can expect for the final episode.
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When asked to choose three words to describe the finale, Helen said: "Profound, romantic and community.”
She added: "There’s photographic evidence out there that they get hitched and you know, there are a few teething problems along the way.
“There’s a lot of fun to be had with that. We saw the last clip of the show but not the show in its entirety.
“The last show is really beautiful, a beautiful shot of all of the community and Matthew and Trixie, it’s a very special moment I think at the end.”
Helen was joined by a host of stars on the red carpet yesterday, including Jodie Comer who won Best Actress.
The Killing Eve star, 30, won for her role in West End show Prima Facie during the ceremony at London’s Royal Albert Hall last night.
Jodie was ravishing in red, showing off her legs in the glamorous frock that was part minidress, part elegant gown.
She teamed the stylish number with teetering red heels and struck a powerful pose on the steps outside the iconic London venue.
On receiving her award, she said: "To any kids who haven't been to drama school, who can't afford to go, have been rejected – don't let anyone tell you it's impossible."
Ted Lasso actress Hannah Waddingham, 48, right, hosted the awards that were attended by the great and good of the theatre world.
Normal People star Paul Mescal, 27, won Best Actor for his role in A Streetcar Named Desire.
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Best actor went to Tom Hollander for his part in Patriots at Almeida theatre, and Phelim McDermott won Best Director for My Neighbour Totoro at Barbican theatre.
Former Strictly judge Dame Arlene Phillips received a Special Award for her illustrious career in the theatre, while Sir Derek Jacobi picked up the Lifetime Achievement Award.
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