Celebrity Actress Kate Beckinsale Shares Iconic Marilyn Monroe Moment in White Minidress
Celebrity actress and model Kate Beckinsale rose to fame after her memorable performance as the naïve Hero in Kenneth Branagh’s 1993 sun-dappled rendition of “Much Ado About Nothing.” She exuded the necessary intelligence and star quality that made her a name to keep an eye on. Following her triumph, Kate went on to establish a name for herself in her home England before making her American acting debut in “The Last Days of Disco”.
On Tuesday, Kate treated her fans to a leggy display as she experienced a Marilyn Monroe-like moment, posing for a lovely photo she shared with her fans. The 49-year-old actress displayed her leggy figure while donning a white, sleeveless little dress with an embellished collar. When Marilyn Monroe filmed a scene for the 1955 movie The Seven Year Itch, the wind caused her clothing to blow up in the famous photo that Kate has replicated.
The English actress reproduced the well-known photo of the iconic actress leaning against a subway grate in New York City. She posed in a white little dress with an outrageously low neckline and embroidered details, giving admirers a very leggy display. With 5.5 million Instagram followers as of right now, Kate keeps them all up to date with her numerous entertaining and stylish adventures. Over 35k people liked Kate’s most recent Instagram post.
As she stood on a wooden decking while sporting a pair of high heels, Kate added height to her frame. The Underworld actress added a pair of sunglasses to her ensemble and wore her brunette hair in pigtails. The front of Kate’s outfit read “Oh no,” and the actress captioned her picture with the same phrase.
The celebrity actress has spent a lot of time promoting her new movie Prisoner’s Daughter, in which she co-stars with Succession actor Brian Cox. The story revolves around a terminally ill former criminal who is trying to rekindle his relationship with his daughter and grandson and finds that his violent past is coming back to haunt him.