Lily-Rose Depp suffers wardrobe malfunction as her plunging top catches gust of wind during 'The King' premiere
The 20-year-old actress showed off her slender frame in a semi-sheer top teamed with a sleek black maxi-skirt as she joined beau Timothee Chalamet, 23, for the press-heavy event at the ODEON Luxe in Leicester Square
Lily-Rose Depp almost suffered a wardrobe malfunction as she walked the red carpet at the premiere of 'The King' during the BFI London Film Festival on Thursday, October 3.
The 20-year-old actress showed off her slender frame in a semi-sheer top teamed with a sleek black maxi-skirt as she joined beau Timothee Chalamet, 23, for the press-heavy event at the ODEON Luxe in Leicester Square. A thin black belt cinched her outfit at the waist. She completed her look by tying her brunette locks in a sleek bun and highlighting her face with a light palette of make-up, which included a hint of silver eyeshadow.
When it came to accessories, the fashionista-turned-actress opted for diamond earrings and a matching ring. She walked the red carpet in a pair of chunky black heels.
While her choice of attire was impeccable, Lily-Rose, who portrays Catherine of Valois in the film, failed to account for the presence of strong breeze on that particular day. As a result, she came perilously close to a wardrobe blunder as her assets came very close to spilling out of her plunging white blouse.
The actress seemed shocked at how much her dress was swaying in the wind and quickly shielded her breasts with her hand and adjusted her top. She was seen breaking into laughter soon after as she realized she was surrounded by shutterbugs.
Meanwhile, her real-life boyfriend and co-star looked dapper in a Louis Vuitton star-spangled hoodie over a pair of simple black trousers, which he paired with a pair of shiny black combat boots.
Talking about her experience of working with her boyfriend on-screen, Lily-Rose said that it was "nerve-wracking" because he's so talented. "It's always exciting to work with somebody who you know has given themselves so wholeheartedly to their role and is so invested. It can be nerve-wracking to work with people whose talent you admire so much, but, hopefully, it can only make things better... It can be intimidating," she told Entertainment Tonight.