Looking great, Dawn – but how about ditching the black Slimline Miss French plays it safe again in her favourite colour
Last month she left mouths agape when she showed off her gorgeous new slimline figure.
Four weeks on and Dawn French is doing wonders to maintain her stunning new frame – except update her wardrobe.
The comedienne made an appearance at an award ceremony last night looking very pretty in a cute embellished dress.
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Playing it safe: Dawn French is managing to maintain her new slimline figure – but once again opted to wear black instead of getting a bit more adventurous
But once again, the 54-year-old played it safe by opting for black, her favourite colour.
As every woman knows, black is a very slimming and flattering colour, and Dawn possibly used to wear the shade a lot in her heavier days.
Little Miss Happy: Dawn was in a giggly mood as she stopped for the cameras upon her arrival
But having shed four stone this year, maybe it”s time that she got a bit more adventurous with her wardrobe byadding a splash of colour.
She looked amazing though and couldn”t stop smiling as she happily posed for the cameras that couldn”t leave her alone all night.
Looking good: Dawn”s hard work and rigorous dieting has certainly paid off
The main man: Dawn posed with former Prime Minister Tony Blair whose foundation held the awards
Dawn was a guest at the Faith Shorts 2011 awards ceremony at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) in London.
Theceremony was in association with the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, whichaims to “promote respect and understanding about the world”s major religions and show how faith is a powerful force for good in the modern world.”
Special guests: Dawn and Mr Blair were joined by director Lord Puttnam and TV presenter June Sarpong
The former Prime Minister attended the event and posed with Dawn for photographs inside the venue.
Also attending was TV presenter June Sarpong who joined Mr Blair and Dawn for a photo.
According to the foundation, the awards were held for “fun, celebration and more importantly theopportunity to show a positive alternative to the often-pessimistic portrayals of faith today”.
Spouse support: Mr Blair”s wife Cherie was by her husband”s side for the event