James Bond beauty Naomie Harris impresses in sexy sheer lemon yellow mini-dress as she steps out at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Never one to shy away from a bold and colourful look, Naomie Harris stayed true to form during her latest appearance.

The British actress certainly dazzled as she arrived on the red carpet at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2015 at London's Royal Opera House on Tuesday.

The 38-year-old beauty looked far younger than her years in the tiny yellow, embellished Julien Macdonald dress, that made a real showing of her stunning legs and petite physique.

Glowing girl: Naomie Harris looked a treat as she arrived at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards at London's Royal Opera House on Tuesday evening

Glowing girl: Naomie Harris looked a treat as she arrived at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards at London's Royal Opera House on Tuesday evening

Clinging neatly to her enviable figure, the leggy actress - who is best known for her role in the latest slew of James Bond movies as Eve Moneypenny - wore a bright lemon yellow mini dress.

Adding a racy edge to sartorial proceedings, the dress was overlaid with a sheer mesh fabric, allowing a sneaky glimpse at her body underneath, mostly her thighs and cleavage.

With cute capped sleeves and a high neckline, extra sex appeal was included with the thigh-skimming short hemline of the skirt, Naomie's legs looking better than ever.

She elongated her stems further with some dainty strappy silver sandals, while carrying a matching clutch bag to complete her attire.

Colourful: The youthful-looking 38-year-old actress glowed as she dazzled in her tiny lemon yellow mini dress, complete with racy mesh panels all over

Colourful: The youthful-looking 38-year-old actress glowed as she dazzled in her tiny lemon yellow mini dress, complete with racy mesh panels all over

Perfect pins: As she stepped out on the red carpet, her enviable legs looked amazing under the thigh-skimming hemline

The actress' hair was kept simple for the evening, worn down over her shoulders and coiffed into open curls.

And she allowed her natural beauty and youthful glowing skin to shine through with a minimal covering of make-up.

She looked delighted to be a part of the annual ceremony - now in its 18th year and hosted by Samuel L Jackson - as she posed outside the prestigious venue.

The GQ Men Of The Year Awards celebrates men (and women) in all industries, from sport to entertainment, business to politics, and more.

Utter babe: The James Bond actress posed up a storm inside the ceremony, the 18th annual GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Utter babe: The James Bond actress posed up a storm inside the ceremony, the 18th annual GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Co-stars! Naomie was delighted to be able to give her Spectre co-star Christoph Waltz his prize for Actor Of The Year

Co-stars! Naomie was delighted to be able to give her Spectre co-star Christoph Waltz his prize for Actor Of The Year

Tuesday evening saw a special moment for Naomie, as she was there to present her James Bond co-star Christoph Waltz - who plays the villain in the new film - with his award for GQ's Actor Of The Year.

Meanwhile, Naomie has had a busy year, getting work on filming the upcoming and soon-to-be-released new James Bond movie Spectre, which sees Daniel Craig reprise his role as 007 for the last time, and is also directed by Skyfall's Sam Mendes.

The hotly-anticipated film, of which the soundtrack has been sung by Sam Smith, is slated for release at the end of October.

Not long to go: Christoph and Naomie are preparing for the October release of the latest James Bond installment

Not long to go: Christoph and Naomie are preparing for the October release of the latest James Bond installment

GQ MEN OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2015: THE WINNERS 

Leading Man Of The Year 

Paul Rudd

 

Icon Of The Year

Lionel Richie 

 

Legend Of The Year

Keith Richards 

 

Woman Of The Year 

Emilia Clarke

 

Editor’s Special Award Of The Year 

Jose Mourinho

 

TV Personality Of The Year 

James Corden

 

Comedian Of The Year 

Will Ferrell

 

Cultural Icon Of The Year 

JJ Abrams

 

Politician Of The Year 

George Osborne

 

Sportsman Of The Year

Lewis Hamilton 

 

Ciroc Solo Artist Of The Year 

Sam Smith

Actor Of The Year 

Christoph Waltz

 

Band Of The Year 

Blur

 

Breakthrough Musician Of The Year 

James Bay

 

Designer Of The Year 

Kim Jones

 

Breakthrough Designer 

Christopher Raeburn

 

 Vertu Breakthrough Actor 

Jack O’Connell

 

Hugo Boss Most Stylish Man 

David Gandy

 

Creative Icon Of The Year 

Marc Newson

 

Inspiration Of The Year 

Giorgio Moroder 

 

Writer Of The Year

Nic Pizzolatto 

 

 

 

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