Cressida Bonas just got SERIOUSLY sassy.
We haven’t heard much from Prince Harry’s ex girlfriend since their split last year (well, minus that epic Mulberry campaign she recently landed.) But the 26-year-old has come back with a bang at the Dior Cruz 2016 Resort show in France last night.
The blonde beauty ensured all eyes were on her as she hit the show working a super short dazzling sequin mini dress from the brand’s Pre-Fall collection.
Not only was the hot high-neck mini a total look-at-me-choice, but it also couldn’t be more different from her usual style.
The casual Chelsea girl is normally seen rocking tomboy dungarees, retro Adidas jacket or ’90s crop tops, and rarely does anything with her gorgeous beachy blonde tresses other than wear it lose and unstyled.
So this super sexy disco-ready frock teamed with fierce sheer stilettos, that ’80s high ponytail and hoop earrings is just a total surprise from Cressida. And we LOVE IT.
Cressida’s super bronzed tan and razor sharp cheekbones gave her the look of an old school supermodel, not to mention those legs as she struck a confident pose.
Cressida finished off with a red mani and a Dior clutch bag, wrapping a silk printed scarf round her wrist for extra high fashion kudos.
The qualified ski instructor dated Prince Harry for two years before their romance came to an end last year.
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The couple have since remained friends though, and Cressida recently opened up the The Sunday Times about how she coped with their very public relationship.
‘It’s really important to remember that all of it is noise, noise that can be very loud at times,’ Bonas explained. ‘I’m a lion. I’m not tough, but I am strong. I’m definitely not a wallflower.’
Cressida has also just started a career in acting, just recently finishing an onstage role in The Importance of Being Ernest and landing a part on the silver screen in Tulip Fever.
Looking like THAT, we predict all eyes are going to be on Cressy this year…