Naomie Harris attends Gangsta Granny West End debut 

She was nominated for her role in hit flick Moonlight earlier this year.

But Naomie Harris appeared in the mood for some lighter entertainment as she attended David Walliams' Gangsta Granny West End press night at the Garrick Theatre, London, on Tuesday.

The Bond actress, 40, looked fresh as a daisy in a relaxed white maxi dress.

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Looking al-white! Naomie Harris appeared in the mood for some lighter entertainment as she attended David Walliams' Gangsta Granny West End press night at the Garrick Theatre, London, on Tuesday

Looking al-white! Naomie Harris appeared in the mood for some lighter entertainment as she attended David Walliams' Gangsta Granny West End press night at the Garrick Theatre, London, on Tuesday

Showing off her glowing and youthful complexion, Naomi opted for minimal make-up, letting her natural shine through.

The long-sleeved summer dress offered a glimpse of her tanned decolletage, adorned with a delicate gold leaf necklace.

Opting for a relaxed look, she completed the ensemble with black T-bar sandals and a matching clutch.

Looking al-white! The Bond actress, 40, looked fresh as a daisy in a relaxed white maxi dress

Natural: Showing off her glowing and youthful complexion, Naomi opted for minimal make-up, letting her natural beauty shine through

Understated: The Bond actress, 40, looked fresh as a daisy in a relaxed white maxi dress

The fresh-faced looked in good spirits as she led the star-studded audience.

In March Naomie hit back at constant questions about motherhood.

Naomie, nominated for best supporting actress in Moonlight and who is the current Miss Moneypenny in the James Bond films, says: ‘People ask, “So when are you going to have children?”

Man of the night: David Walliams put on a suave display in a smart checked suit and appeared pleased with the turnout

Man of the night: David Walliams put on a suave display in a smart checked suit and appeared pleased with the turnout

Proud: David wrote British children's comedy fiction book Gangsta Granny, which saw such success that it was adapted into a 130-minute theatre performance

Proud: David wrote British children's comedy fiction book Gangsta Granny,

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