Actress Emily Atack left onlookers green with envy as she hit the town on Thursday night.
The Celebrity Juice captain wore a vivid green dress which showed a glimpse of her underwear through its sheer material.
Former Inbetweeners star Emily's glowing tan was complemented by the white cropped top beneath her knitted frock. The outfit's plunging neckline was set off with a simple chain necklace.
She wore a pair of bright white trainers and carried a black clutch purse in her hand.
The popular actress and her new beau, fashion entrepreneur Jude Taylor, attended the launch night of The Ivy Asia restaurant in London's Chelsea.
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Businessman Jude opted for an outfit just as bright as 2018 I'm A Celeb runner-up Emily. He wore a sky blue shirt with red love hearts, and a bright white top underneath with matching trousers.
After exiting the venue the couple laughed as they walked down the street hand-in-hand.
They then hopped into the back of a black cab, with loved up Emily smiling at photographers as the vehicle moved off.
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Emily and Jude went Instagram official in May this year, with Emily leaning into him as they posed for a mirror selfie at a swish London hotel.
Jude used to work for Burberry and is now preparing for the launch of his own brand.
Emily, who has recently been part of the panel of hit BBC One show This Is My House, had been seen leaving Soho House's newest venue 180 The Strand in London with Jude during a night out.
And shortly after a source claimed that the duo have 'hit it off' after going on 'dates in recent weeks', adding that they're not 'rushing to make it super serious'.
Emily split from her tattooed model ex Charlie Edwards in January this year. Their work schedules and the pandemic had reportedly put pressure on their relationship.
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