Going low in lilac! After playing Princess Diana, Naomi Watts takes the plunge in daring neckline for The Impossible premiere
08:48 GMT, 10 September 2012
Her striking looks are already enough to steal the limelight when it comes to making red carpet appearances.
But Naomi Watts opted to draw in a different kind of attention today as she attended the Toronto International Film Festival.
The 43-year-old actress arrived at the event wearing a lilac fishtail gown with leaf-shape detail around the waist which helped emphasise her curvy frame.
Taking the plunge! Naomi Watts arrived at The Impossible premiere at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival in a low cut dress
However, above her belt was the area of focus due to her extremely low-cut bust area.
Watts left her chest on display as she posed with co-stars Ewan McGregor and Tom Holland.
She wore pear drop-style earrings and minimal make-up as she kept her blonde tresses slicked back into a razor-cut trimmed ponytail, allowing all eyes to flock to her outfit.
Where to look: Her lilac ensemble was the focus of attention at the Princess of Wales Theatre
Natural beauty: The 43-year-old blonde wore minimal make-up
The group were there to watch a screening of The Impossible, due for release on October 11.
Naomi had previously attended the Venice Film Festival with her partner Liev Schreiber for the same tsunami film which is an account of a family caught, with tens of thousands of strangers, in the mayhem of one of the worst natural catastrophes of our time.
Ironically this event took place at the Princess of Wales Theatre, a venue named after Princess Diana – who Naomi stars as in a movie she is currently filming.
Big name co-star: Ewan McGregor joined her on the red carpet
Her latest gown isn’t one you would have caught the late princess in.
In Oliver Hirschbiegel's biopic Diana, she wears actual gowns the late Princess of Wales once wore.
'I wear a Versace dress that she wore,' she told Vanity Fair Daily at her brother's recent Mix Tape exhibition at Milk Studios in New York.
'The costumes are amazing, and very reflective of what’s going on right now, with the whole Nineties thing.'
Naomi continued: 'It’s also more complicated and sensitive when you take into account her two boys – William and Harry, but I want to do her justice and help tell her story truthfully.'
More stars: Tom Holland also made an appearance at the screening