Kate Beckinsale is a 'bubblegum queen' on the TIFF red carpet: 'You look fabulous'

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TORONTO, ONTARIO - SEPTEMBER 14: Kate Beckinsale attends the
Kate Beckinsale attends the "Prisoner's Daughter" Premiere during the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival. (Photo by Jeremy Chan/Getty Images)

Kate Beckinsale is pretty in pink.

On Wednesday, the 49-year-old made sure that all eyes were on her at the 49th Toronto International Film Festival.

The "Click" actress slipped into a sensational outfit to attend the "Prisoner's Daughter" premiere at Roy Thompson Hall. Donning a pair of black latex gloves, the star looked radiant as she posed alongside her co-star Brian Cox.

In contrast to her grungy accessory, the brunette beauty rocked a delicate pink strapless gown by Bach Mai. The satin frock cinched at the waist and featured a full skirt that swayed in the wind as she walked the red carpet.

Bekinsale topped off her look with sky-high black heels, bold black nail polish and dangling sparkly earrings by Bulgari.

Actress Kate Beckinsale attends
Kate Beckinsale rocked black latex gloves on the red carpet. (Photo by VALERIE MACON/AFP via Getty Images)

On Instagram, the star posted a series of photos from her night out.

In the post, Beckinsale sat on a luxurious white couch with Cox, who paired a navy and white plaid suit with his signature black frames.

"There are about fifteen people I’d say are my favourite people in the world and Brian Cox is so mighty he’s at least two of them. Here we are hating each other at TIFF for our film "Prisoner's Daughter," she joked in the caption.

In the comments, fans went wild over the "Underworld" star's "amazing" look.

"This woman doesn't age," commented a follower.

"Beautiful dress, you look fabulous. I gotta watch this film," shared someone else.

"You both look amazing!" wrote a fan alongside the fire and red heart emojis.

"This is such an amazing dress Kate and I love the gloves, you're a bubblegum queen!" added another.

In "Prisoner's Daughter," a dying convict (Cox) is granted compassionate release. During this time, he tries to reconnect with his daughter (Beckinsale) and the grandson he's never known.

However, his dark and violent past comes back to haunt him, putting his relationship with his family in jeopardy.

The drama is directed by "Twilight" and "Thirteen" director Catherine Hardwicke.

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