Emily Blunt resembles a Disney princess in billowing sleeves at Mary Poppins premiere

Francesca Specter
Yahoo Style UK deputy editor
Emily Blunt wore a Yanina Couture gown on the red carpet. [Photo: Getty]

Emily Blunt looked dazzling at the world premiere of ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ last night at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles, USA.

The 35-year old actress, who plays the title character in the Disney film, gave us a serious princess vibes in a plunge neck gown with a flowing skirt and billowing sleeves.

Blunt’s dress is by Russian fashion label Yanina Couture, which is famous for its romantic, whimsical designs.

She also wore a pair of chandelier style earrings, paired with a loose chignon which framed her face.

Blunt posing with fellow cast members from ‘Mary Poppins Returns’. [Photo: Getty]

Her fans rushed in to praise the outfit on Twitter, calling her a ‘princess’ and a ‘goddess’.

She was accompanied by her husband, actor John Krasinski, whom she posted an adorable tribute to on Twitter after the event.

To see all of Emily Blunt’s red carpet looks, click on the image below.

Also in attendance were Blunt’s fellow cast members Dick Van Dyke, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emily Mortimer and Ben Whishaw.

Emily Mortimer wore a sequin embellished Jenny Packham gown on the red carpet. [Photo: Getty]

Lin-Manuel Miranda wore a velvet suit on the red carpet, while Mortimer wore a sequin embellished Jenny Packham gown from the designer’s spring/summer 2019 collection.

Ben Whishaw at the ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ premiere. [Photo: Getty]

Whishaw also put his best fashion foot forward in a white suit printed with what looked like Tim Burton esque pencil illustrations.

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