Sarah Ferguson Could Have Been A Movie Star In This Glitzy Gown For Rare Red Carpet

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Sarah Ferguson Could Have Been A Movie Star In This Glitzy Gown For Rare Red Carpet

Sarah Ferguson looked like a movie star as she graced the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday.

The 64-year-old Duchess of York attended the Knights of Charity gala, dazzling in an emerald green glitzy gown, the ‘Juno’ style from Vivienna Lorikeet.

The floor-length dress featured a figure-hugging fit and a sheer mesh panel across her shoulders that cascaded into beaded tassels over the torso. The gown was adorned with beads for a glamorous touch, and the green hue perfectly complemented her complexion.

While her Vivienna Lorikeet gown was the focal point, her jewelry added a sentimental touch. Sarah wore a gold bangle with ‘Eugenie,’ the name of her 34-year-old daughter, spelled out in diamonds.

She also stacked additional gold bracelets, wore a black-strapped watch on her left wrist, and completed her look with gold hoop earrings.

The romance novelist chose a makeup look that emphasized her eyes, with fluttery false eyelashes and a chocolate brown shade blended under her eyes.

Her auburn hair was swept into a ponytail with a voluminous bouffant at the crown, giving fans a glimpse of her glamorous updo as she answered press questions.

Also, in attendance were Brazilian model Isabeli Fontana, who posed with the Duchess in a mermaid gown, and film producer Milutin G. Gatsby, whom Sarah was seen embracing.

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