Daisy Edgar-Jones cuts a glamorous figure at the James Bond 60th anniversary party


Daisy Edgar-Jones cuts a glamorous figure in a cropped blazer and black skirt as she steps out at the James Bond 60th anniversary party

Daisy Edgar-Jones cut a glamorous figure as she stepped out at the James Bond 60th anniversary party in London on Wednesday evening.

The actress, 24, looked elegant in a cropped black blazer which gave a flash of her toned abs as she celebrated the anniversary of the first James Bond movie.

She put on a very leggy display in a black skirt with a daring side split and added a few extra inches to her frame with a pair of black heels.

Elegant: Daisy Edgar-Jones cut a glamorous figure as she stepped out at the James Bond 60th anniversary party in London on Wednesday evening

Daisy let her stylish outfit do all the talking as she simply accessorised with a gold watch and small hoop earrings.

The Normal People star wore her brunette tresses slicked back in an up-do, letting strands fall loosely to frame her stunning features.

She accentuated her natural good looks with lashings of mascara and a touch of red lipstick as she posed up a storm at the star-studded event.

Other famous faces who were in attendance included 007 himself Daniel Craig, Hayley Atwell and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

Wow! The actress, 24, looked elegant in a cropped black blazer which gave a flash of her toned abs as she celebrated the anniversary of the first James Bond movie

Wow! The actress, 24, looked elegant in a cropped black blazer which gave a flash of her toned abs as she celebrated the anniversary of the first James Bond movie

Daisy’s latest outing comes after she spoke about her stratospheric rise to fame in her first lead role as Marianne in the TV take on Sally Rooney’s Normal People.

Speaking to GQ as part of its Heroes issue in June, Daisy admitted that any amount of fame or award show glory won’t stop her worse critic – herself.

She explained that she’s plagued with self-doubt, but it won’t stop her ambitions to follow in her heroes’ footsteps to become a director.

Daisy was recently seen on screen in another major novel adaptation – Olivia Newman’s film of Delia Owens’ book Where the Crawdads Sing.

Glamorous: She put on a very leggy display in a black skirt with a daring side split

Leggy display: She added a few extra inches to her frame with a pair of black heels

Glamorous: She put on a very leggy display in a black skirt with a daring side split and added a few extra inches to her frame with a pair of black heels

Stylish: Daisy let her stylish outfit do all the talking as she simply accessorised with a gold watch and small hoop earrings

Stylish: Daisy let her stylish outfit do all the talking as she simply accessorised with a gold watch and small hoop earrings

She also starred in the small screen horror Fresh opposite Stan Sebastian, currently streaming on Disney+. 

But the high profile roles haven’t eased Daisy’s self-doubt as she told GQ: ‘I’m just really self-critical, and it’s boring! I’m trying not to be that way. When do you get to the stage of just being like, ‘It is what it is’? When do you get to that point?”

‘I don’t know… some people just seem to be able to do that. I’m a very needy actor, I think.’ Her worry, she explains, is, ‘letting people down. Being the reason something is bad. Or just not doing my best.’

Stunning: She accentuated her natural good looks with lashings of mascara and a touch of red lipstick as she posed up a storm at the star-studded event

Stunning: She accentuated her natural good looks with lashings of mascara and a touch of red lipstick as she posed up a storm at the star-studded event

‘When you’re an actor, you want to act in a really brave way, free of worry about that. The trick is not worrying – which I find so hard – if people like you or not. You’re always, always looking for the bad comment. We’re just wired that way.’ 

Phoebe also admitted she is hopeful that she can follow in the footsteps of her heroes, and branch out into directing.

She said: ‘When I see Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Greta Gerwig and Olivia Wilde – all of these brilliant actors who are able to cross over, I feel like maybe I could cross over into different sides of storytelling too, which is cool.’

Talented: Daisy's outing comes after she spoke about her stratospheric rise to fame in her first lead role as Marianne (pictured with Paul Mescal as Connor) in Sally Rooney's Normal People

Talented: Daisy’s outing comes after she spoke about her stratospheric rise to fame in her first lead role as Marianne (pictured with Paul Mescal as Connor) in Sally Rooney’s Normal People

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