Actress Nicole Kidman looked back to her glamorous best as she led Hollywood’s A-list at London’s National Movie Awards.
Dressed in a thigh-grazing minidress, the actress made sure all eyes were on her as she arrived at the awards ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall.
Eschewing her usual floor-length glamour number for a fitted black shift with a gem-encrusted neckline, the actress cosied up to her singer husband, Keith Urban as they posed for pictures at the event.
Nicole Kidman, 41, made her first official appearance since giving birth to her daughter Sunday Rose in July.
Miss Kidman has spent the last three weeks in London with her husband Keith Urban and her daughter.
The Oscar-winning actress elected not to walk down the red carpet in front of fans but instead went on stage to present the award for Best Musical to summer hit Mamma Mia.
Nicole and her husband led stars such as Harry Potter star Emma Watson, Sex And The City star Chris Noth, actress Mario Bello and action star Samuel L Jackson, for an evening of high glamour.
Nicole Kidman unveiled her fabulous post-baby figure in a jewelled LBD last night as she wowed the crowds at London’s National Movie Awards.
Nicole only gave birth to daughter Sunday Rose in July but, in her gem-encrusted shift minidress from Prada Resort 2009, which showed off her long, lithe legs, nobody would ever have been able to tell.
The yummy mummy, accompanied by hubby Keith Urban, ensured she stole the show for her first official public appearance since giving birth, and chose the National Movie Awards, held at The Royal Festival Hall, to do so.
Nicole was joined by a host of other celebrities for the bash, including Harry Potter star Emma Watson – resplendent in Alexander McQueen – Meryl Streep, Kylie Minogue, Maria Bello and Samuel L. Jackson.
Nicole Kidman presented the award for Best Musical to hot summer hit Mamma Mia, whose leading lady, Meryl Streep, also picked up Best Female Performance for her role in the movie.
Best Male Performance went to Johnny Depp, who wasn’t present at the ceremony, for his role as the murderous barber in Sweeney Todd, while Emma Watson took to the stage to present the makers of WALL-E – an animated movie about a robot’s attempts to clean up a polluted planet Earth – with the Best Family Film award.
Abba’s Bjorn Ulvaeus said he was “honoured” to accept Mamma Mia’s National Movie Award from Nicole Kidman.
“This is very emotional for me, getting this fantastic prize from an Australian lady here in the UK – the two countries, more than any other countries, which have taken Abba to their hearts,” he said.
The film’s star Meryl Streep, who won Best Actress, also told the audience: “I loved the movie, I’m so glad you did.”