Emily Blunt Stuns At ‘Girl On The Train’ Premiere 3 Months After Giving Birth

Emily Blunt couldn’t look more unlike her latest character, Rachel Watson, as she stepped out in a simply stunning ensemble, looking incredible a mere three months after giving birth — we can’t get enough of her glamorous get-up! Can you?Emily Blunt, 33, looked simply stunning as she stepped out for theGirl on the Trainpremiere at Leicester Square in London on Sept. 20, where she flaunted her figure in a long-sleeved embroidered gown fromAlexander McQueen‘s Resort 2017 collection— she was a vision as she stepped out on thetrain tracks that served as the red carpet, (a fitting choice). Emily, whogave birth to her second childthree months ago, looked amazing for the occasion, and her gown was the perfect choice for the big premiere. Doesn’t she look amazing?While we can’t wait to see Emilytake on the role of Rachel Watsonin the upcoming film she looked nothing like the disheveled character as she hit the red carpet — she totally stole the spolight at the premiere. Emily truly sparkled as she kept the focus on the intricate frock, sweeping her blonde hair back, and added a gold headband to the look, giving it an ethereal vibe that worked so well with her ensemble. Kohl-rimmed eyes and a nude pout polished off the premiere perfect look and her blue eyes popped against the colorful gown.‘Girl on the Train’ Pics — Sneak Peek At The Upcoming FilmAfter seeing Emily’s amazing ensemble, we can’t wait to see what else she wears while she continues to promote the highly-anticipated film, which is based on the novel byPaula Hawkins. Did you love Emily’s premiere look as much as we did? Check it out above and let us know — and be sure to catchGirl on the Trainwhen it hits theaters Oct. 7.


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