ALED Jones' daughter Emilia looked incredible in a glamorous black dress as she attended The Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles yesterday.
The actress, 20, wowed in a black ball gown dress as she posed for pictures on the red carpet for the star-studded event which took place at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.
Emilia received the Outstanding Performance by a Cast award based on her portrayal of Ruby Rossi in comedy-drama CODA.
The star, who is the daughter Welsh singer Aled and Claire Fossett, opted for a one-shouldered dress with a leg slit on the left-hand side.
She wore a sheer overlay over a black bandeau and matching bottoms.
Emilia completed the look with a face full of make-up.
She opted for a brown smokey eye, a nude lip and popping highlight.
The Two for Joy star completed the look with some loose waves and her hair styled into a middle parting.
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CODA hit our screens in January 2021.
The film follows the story of Emilia's alter-ego Ruby, a girl who is the only person in her family who is able to hear.
The cast stars Troy Kotsur as Ruby's dad Frank, Daniel Durant as Ruby's brother Leo and Marlee Matlin as her mum Jackie.
Last night they made history after becoming the first deaf/non-hearing performers to win the award.
Troy Kotsur also won the gong for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role.
Emilia shot to fame in 2011 when she starred in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
She's gone on to star in a number of other films and TV shows over the years including Ghostland, Utopia and Doctor Who.
Emilia has also been on the cover of Hollywood reporter with big stars like Jessica Chastain and Kristen Stewart.
Her dad Aled became well-known in the 80s because of his amazing singing talent.
The 51-year-old is now a huge TV star.
He's presented a number of radio shows and programmes on the telly such as Daybreak, Cash in the Attic and Escape to the Country.
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