All eyes were on Millie Bobby Brown at the premiere of Enola Homes 2 on Thursday, as she graced the red carpet in a plunging backless pale pink gown.
The Stranger Things star stunned at the New York premiere in a halter neck floor-length gown, which revealed some of the 18-year-old’s rarely seen tattoos.
The actor was all smiles as she posed up a storm in the Louis Vuitton gown, which featured silver three-dimensional appliqué floral embellishments, and joyfully reunited with her co-stars from the film.
The sequel continues to follow the story of Enola Holmes, the younger sister of famous detective Sherlock Holmes, played by Superman star Henry Cavill.
The star’s dress allowed her to showcase her growing tattoo collection, which currently sits at four small inks.
The actor – who landed her breakout role as Jane ‘Eleven’ Ives in Stranger Things at just 12-years-old – has a small ‘011’ tattooed on the inside of her left wrist, the same as her character in the Netflix hit series.
She also has a small outline of a heart on her collarbone, and a small line-drawing of a bunch of flowers on her back.
The backless element of Brown’s stunning pink gown also revealed a tattoo of the name Ruth on her right rib cage in honour of her grandmother, who passed away in 2020 after a battle with Alzheimer's disease.
“Alzheimer's is evil. Its cruel [sic],” the actor wrote in a heartbreaking Instagram post at the time. “Taking away someones [sic] ability to remember memories and then how to function like a human being.”
“Its so hard to sit there and watch,” Brown continued, adding that she “loved [Ruth] more than anyone could ever love.”
The cursive ink was first revealed in July whilst on a boating holiday with her boyfriend Jake Bongiovi in Italy in the summer.
Styled by Thomas Carter Phillips, the actor’s bespoke Louis Vuitton design featured a plunging neckline, cinched waist and floor-sweeping pleated skirt.
Her blonde hair was swept up into a voluminous bun, and her bronzed make-up featured Brown’s now-signature winged black eyeliner.
Brown was also joined by boyfriend Jake Bongiovi, Jon Bon Jovi’s model son, at the premiere of Netflix’s highly-anticipated sequel, which hits the streaming platform on 4 November.
The young duo were first linked in July 2021, but confirmed their relationship earlier this year in February, making their red carpet debut as a couple at the BAFTAs a month later in March.
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