Downtown convent star Daisy Lewis leads charms at charity event in London

She plays outspoken teacher Sarah Bunting in the ITV-era drama “Downton Abbey.”

But on Wednesday night, David Lewis played far from the world on her screen because she was attending a winter gala at McMillan Cancer Support in London’s City Hall.

British actress, 31, turned her head certainly when she was posing in a drooping silk fuchsia dress(Not at all Cheap Long Gown Dress), in which the bold thighs split.

Blonde beauty takes center stage in her gemstone creations, boasting elaborate spaghetti straps and floor sweeping hem.

Daisy with a noble metal platform high heels sandals increased body.

Lewis stylized her blond blond hair with smooth, scarlet lipstick.

To make her gown more enjoyable, Churchill’s secret actress split last year from comedian Steve Coogan, who chose not to wear any jewelry.

In order to raise money for a charity’s iconic nurse, the actress was flawlessly posed at the party.

Guest, celebrity performer, and Macmillan nurse attended an event hosted by comedian Jo Brand.

Participants received a champagne reception, followed by a fine night of dining and entertainment, soul singers and M star Heather Small and BBC Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills.

Daisy’s outing was after she criticized Tatler magainze for describing her in the list of most “optional eligibility”.

The star of the Downton Abbey left “astonished and upsetting” after Tatler magazine described her as “black” on the bed.

Yesterday the magazine was forced to issue an apology, Daisy’s bible in the community “hit the goddess” described her on the annual list of “Charming and Clever Brain” singles hit.

December’s article said: “Because Daisy is small, you may be deceived, I believe she was quiet. LOL. She is not.

“This actress is very loud, which made her very interesting at the party and in bed.

After reading this version, Daisy tweeted on Friday and said in surprise: “I was really shocked and saddened, but thankfully I said it” loudly. “Tatler Somebody read the news? Misogyny loudwomen .

She told The Daily Mail: “It looks a little out of date, but I do not think they mean talking.

“In the current environment, I think this is not appropriate, which reminds me of the magic of a young man. This should be witty, I do not want to be a funny police, but at the end of the day, women are together, I feel cheaper , Not fun.

“It feels like bullying in school and I can not let this stuff fly, it can affect my career.

Tatler later apologized “without reservation” on Twitter and announced that he would post a complete apology in the next issue.

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