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Claire Foy is a vision in cascading gown at Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards 2021

Claire Foy stepped out in a breathtaking, corset-inspired gown on Tuesday, when she attended the Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards 2021 in London.

The Crown star, 37, wowed in a cascading blush gown at the ceremony and went home with the coveted best actress gong.

Wearing her glossy hair immaculately styled, Claire added height to her frame in metallic, open-toe heels and drew attention to her features with a bold swipe of red lipstick.

Wow: Claire Foy, 37, stepped out in a breathtaking, corset-inspired gown on Tuesday, when she attended Harper’s Bazaar’s star-studded Women Of The Year Awards 2021 in London

Stunning: The Crown star wowed in a cascaded blush gown at the ceremony and went home with the coveted best actress gong

Stunning: The Crown star wowed in a cascaded blush gown at the ceremony and went home with the coveted best actress gong

Claire adorned her ears with striking cuffed pieces and effortlessly worked her best angles ahead of the ceremony.

She carried her belongings in a timeless powder pink clutch and cosied up to A-lister Phoebe Dynevor for pictures.

The star was sporting a gorgeous deep red manicure and matching pedicure.

Also in attendance was on-screen legend Joan Collins, 88, alongside Sex Education’s Aimee Lou Wood and artist Tracey Emin.

Standing tall: Wearing her glossy hair immaculately styled, Claire added height to her frame in metallic, open-toe heels

Standing tall: Wearing her glossy hair immaculately styled, Claire added height to her frame in metallic, open-toe heels

Bold: The star drew attention to her features with a bold swipe of red lipstick and effortlessly worked her best angles

Bold: The star drew attention to her features with a bold swipe of red lipstick and effortlessly worked her best angles 

Pals: She carried her belongings in a timeless powder pink clutch and cosied up to A-lister Phoebe Dynevor for pictures

Pals: She carried her belongings in a timeless powder pink clutch and cosied up to A-lister Phoebe Dynevor for pictures

Claire won the actress award at the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year awards this year, with Phoebe, Sarah and Joan also among the winners, and in the latest edition of the magazine detailed the pressures she feels as a mother.

Speaking with the magazine, the star discussed motherhood to daughter Ivy, six, who she shares with ex-husband Stephen Campbell Moore.

She said: ‘There’s this pressure to be this cake-baking, fun, playing 24-hours a day mother, being some sort of vehicle for entertainment, love and food.

Home time: Claire appeared in high spirits as she left the event with her coveted gong tucked beneath her right arm

Home time: Claire appeared in high spirits as she left the event with her coveted gong tucked beneath her right arm 

Guests: Also in attendance was on-screen legend Joan Collins, 88, alongside Sex Education's Aimee Lou Wood and artist Tracey Emin (pictured with Collins)

Guests: Also in attendance was on-screen legend Joan Collins, 88, alongside Sex Education’s Aimee Lou Wood and artist Tracey Emin (pictured with Collins)

Chic: Aimee Lou Wood cut a chic figure in a thigh-skimming black minidress and toted a brilliant gold handbag

Chic: Aimee Lou Wood cut a chic figure in a thigh-skimming black minidress and toted a brilliant gold handbag 

‘I’m just prepared to apologise for who I am: ”I am so sorry – but you’re lumped with me. This is the hand you’ve been dealt, let’s try to make the best of it.”’

She went on to express that she no longer wants to play ‘someone’s wife’ or be a supporting actress if she can help it.

The Unsane star said: ‘It’s to underestimate the fact that women have, for centuries, been wives and mothers, and still are. That’s denying our entire history of what it means to be a woman. I’m interested in what she’s doing, what she thinks, what she believes.

‘I don’t ever want to say I’m never playing a part that is supporting, or someone’s wife, because they exist, and if you can give them a voice, you should, instead of just making all these female characters that are basically just men but look like women – the superhero women who can fly, punch men in the face, that sort of stuff.’

Candid: Of motherhood, Claire told Harper's Bazaar: 'There's this pressure to be this cake-baking, fun, playing 24-hours a day mother, being some sort of vehicle for entertainment'

Candid: Of motherhood, Claire told Harper’s Bazaar: ‘There’s this pressure to be this cake-baking, fun, playing 24-hours a day mother, being some sort of vehicle for entertainment’


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