Keeley Hawes looked the picture of spring in a blue and white collared midi dress at Chelsea Flower Show on Monday (22 May).
The star was attending the event's press preview day alongside her husband, actor Matthew Macfadyen.
For the occasion, Keeley wore a white short sleeve midi dress with a buttoned collar, featuring a pale blue floral print. Husband Matthew opted for a warm brown cord jacket and tie over beige trousers. The pair were all smiles as they posed for photographers at the event.
Keeley is supporting the Centrepoint Garden at Chelsea Flower Show this year, which was designed by Cleve West. The garden "explores the notion of home and celebrates the charity's work in supporting young people facing homelessness", according to its official brochure.
The garden is designed around a central structure of a house in ruins which has become overrun by nature, representing the healing of its scars.
"What at first glance may appear to be a dysfunctional and fragmented space is in fact a thriving, natural and evolving habitat, which emphasises the important role a garden plays in making a house a home," explains the brochure.
Within the array of plants, flowers and foliage, we spotted elements of rewilding including what are typically considered weeds and would normally be removed from more manicured gardens, such as blooming yellow and fluffy dandelions.
Chelsea Flower Show opens to RHS members and the public from Tuesday 23 May until Saturday 27 May and you can watch Chelsea on TV with twice daily highlights on BBC One and BBC Two.
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