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  M.   October 31, 2013

Gemma Arterton attended the UNICEF UK Halloween Ball hosted by Jemima Khan, raising vital funds for UNICEF’s work for children affected by the current Syria crisis, at One Mayfair on October 31, 2013 in London, England. All money raised for Unicef from today – and for the next three months – will be matched pound for pound by the UK Government to help the children of Syria. Text ‘Syria’ to 70007 to give £5 to help UNICEF reach even more children caught up in the crisis.

Vampire, nurse and zombie bride are all popular choices when it comes to Halloween outfits for women.

But Gemma Arterton opted to keep things simple as she attended The UNICEF Halloween Ball at One Mayfair in London on Thursday night.

Instead of a tacky fancy dress option, Gemma wowed in a stunning backless negligee-dress as she made a stylish appearance at the annual event.

The 27-year-old actress showed off her enviable curves in the black gown, which clung to her figure in all the right places.

Adding something of a spooky twist to her look, Gemma teamed the dress with a smoky silver eye, which gave her overall ensemble an ethereal quality.

Gemma looked calm and collected as she posed up on the red carpet at the charity bash, after admitting in an interview earlier this year that she credits her mother Sally-Anne for giving her confidence to do anything with her life.

She told The Sun: ‘I have to thank my mother for giving me confidence. She brought up me and my sister on her own and never talked about any problems. I really appreciate how one woman could work hard and be a great mum at the same time.

‘My mum Sally worked at two jobs, as a cleaner and seamstress … I am no campaigning feminist, but just seeing her set an example makes me convinced that women can do anything so long as they have belief in themselves.

‘Her ability to look after and protect my sister and myself made us always feel optimistic about life. It allowed me to make decisions, both good and bad, and not feel restricted.’


Gemma Arterton UNICEF Ball