Sabrina Elba delivers acceptance speech at the Crystal Award ceremony in Davos


Sabrina Elba delivered her acceptance speech at the Crystal Award ceremony at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, on Monday.

The actress, 32, was the picture of elegance in an asymmetrical black dress while joined by her husband Idris, 50, who looked suave in a double-breasted grey suit.

She reportedly said: ‘Rural communities are filled with talented, youthful populations and enormous potential for new and vibrant markets.

Stunning: Sabrina Elba delivered her acceptance speech at the Crystal Award ceremony at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, on Monday

‘The private sector can play a massive role in supporting and sourcing from small farmers and in ensuring world leaders continue to invest in holistic ways to combat environmental degradation and rising hunger.

According to Mirage News, Idris added: ‘The poor of the world are not just looking for aid and handouts, they are looking for investment – investment in people, in nature, in innovation. 

‘With greater access to finance, markets, resources, technology and knowledge, we can unlock a different future.

‘Failure to invest massively will lead to increased hunger and poverty, which in turn could fuel social unrest, conflict and migration.’

Couple: The actress, 32, was the picture of elegance in an asymmetrical black dress while joined by her husband Idris, 50, who looked suave in a double-breasted grey suit

Couple: The actress, 32, was the picture of elegance in an asymmetrical black dress while joined by her husband Idris, 50, who looked suave in a double-breasted grey suit

Powerful: She reportedly said: 'Rural communities are filled with talented, youthful populations and enormous potential for new and vibrant markets'

Powerful: She reportedly said: ‘Rural communities are filled with talented, youthful populations and enormous potential for new and vibrant markets’

Message: She added: 'The private sector can play a massive role in supporting and sourcing from small farmers and in ensuring world leaders continue to invest in holistic ways to combat environmental degradation and rising hunger'

Message: She added: ‘The private sector can play a massive role in supporting and sourcing from small farmers and in ensuring world leaders continue to invest in holistic ways to combat environmental degradation and rising hunger’

The UN Goodwill Ambassadors received the Crystal Award in front of global leaders in government and industry.

Idris’ appearance comes after he shared the official release date for his latest film Luther: The Fallen Sun.

The actor, who is set to play the lead role, can be seen appearing from a dark shadow in the first dramatic trailer for the film.

On ominous voice is then heard saying: ‘Something’s coming. You see me now?’

Force for good: Idris added: 'The poor of the world are not just looking for aid and handouts, they are looking for investment ¿ investment in people, in nature, in innovation'

Force for good: Idris added: ‘The poor of the world are not just looking for aid and handouts, they are looking for investment – investment in people, in nature, in innovation’

Speech: He continued: 'With greater access to finance, markets, resources, technology and knowledge, we can unlock a different future'

Speech: He continued: ‘With greater access to finance, markets, resources, technology and knowledge, we can unlock a different future’

Deserving: The UN Goodwill Ambassadors received the Crystal Award in front of global leaders in government and industry

Deserving: The UN Goodwill Ambassadors received the Crystal Award in front of global leaders in government and industry

It will arrive in select cinemas on 24 February, followed by a Netflix release on 10 March.

The streaming service took to Twitter on Wednesday to confirm that the much-anticipated new picture will be called Luther: The Fallen Sun.

It also revealed that the film, which will follow on from the dramatic 2019 series finale, will be released in March next year.

Netflix also shared brand new images of Idris, back once again as DCI John Luther, who was last seen being sent to prison in the dramatic BBC series finale.

In the new snaps, Idris is seen once again sporting his signature tweed jacket ensemble as he is seen exploring an array of mystery locations.

He cut a suave figure in dark suit trousers, a blue shirt and a red tie, which he styled with his famous longline coat as he once again embodied Luther.

And the Luther movie is set to be as jampacked with dramatic scenes as ever as one photograph shows a concerned Idris holding up his hands in a busy city setting.

Exciting: Idris' appearance comes after he shared the official release date for his latest film Luther: The Fallen Sun

Exciting: Idris’ appearance comes after he shared the official release date for his latest film Luther: The Fallen Sun 

His character Luther is also seen exploring more challenging climes and breaking away from its traditional London setting as he was seen making his way through a snowy, mountainous landscape.

Another shot shows Idris standing on what appeared to be underground train tracks, while a final snap saw him dramatically walking through red lights.

Luther: The Fallen Sun will arrive in select cinemas on 24 February, followed by a Netflix release on 10 March. 

Highly-anticipated: It will arrive in select cinemas on 24 February, followed by a Netflix release on 10 March

Highly-anticipated: It will arrive in select cinemas on 24 February, followed by a Netflix release on 10 March

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