Hannah Waddingham has appeared to repurpose a full-length sparkly black and green ballgown that she previously wore at another award’s show for the Earthshot Prize’s green carpet.
The Ted Lasso star hosted the ceremony for the prize, which aims to recognise those finding environmental solutions for the planet, in Singapore on Tuesday.
She had previously worn a similar dress, from British fashion designer Suzanne Neville, at the Pride for Britain awards in 2021 along with a red poppy.
During the red carpet two years ago, Waddingham bowed down to American actress Sharon Stone, who greeted her in return.
Featuring a Carmella bodice with a full skirt and a train in black Anastasia sparkly tulle, Waddingham appears to have added a green sash that comes out into a long train for the Earth Prize event.
While reflecting the environmental message with the added green in her clothing, she also wore the Remembrance poppy again.
The 49-year-old actress was seen chatting to the Prince of Wales as she co-hosted the green event with This Is Us star Sterling K Brown.
Waddingham has been called on to host several events this year, including the Eurovision Song Contest and the Olivier Awards, where she performed an opening number with West End musical stars.
The Emmy winner was awarded the entertainer gong at the Glamour Women of the Year awards 2023 in October and is taking part in numerous advertising campaigns over the festive season.
She appears alongside singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Marvel actress Zawe Ashton and Queer Eye star Tan France in Marks & Spencer’s Christmas ad.
The celebrities appear to encourage shunning the endless chores of the festive season and ask people to focus on enjoying themselves.
Waddingham has also fronted campaigns for alcohol drinks brands Johnnie Walker and Baileys, conducting a choir in a promotional clip for the cream liqueur.
She is also fronting her own holiday special and musical event, called Hannah Waddingham: Home For Christmas, at the London Coliseum, which will air on Apple+ on November 22.
Waddingham has also been nominated for two Emmys for Ted Lasso and has made appearances in HBO fantasy series Game Of Thrones and ITV drama Tom Jones.
At the Earthshot event, the prince, who had a poppy pinned to his suit, was also greeted by Earthshot Prize Council member Cate Blanchett.
The 54-year-old Oscar-winning actress, who wore a three-piece suit, was at the event to announce winners alongside Robert Irwin, son of late Australian wildlife conservationist Steve Irwin, as well as producer Donnie Yen and actors Lana Condor and Nomzamo Mbatha.