Flower power! Millie Bobby Brown wears stylish floral dress at UNICEF event after celebrating Stranger Things' Golden Globe nomination
Millie Bobby Brown was having a great day on Monday.
And while she may still be in her pre-teens, Millie proved she has already nailed red carpet glamour.
Miniature fashionista: Millie Bobby Brown attended UNICEF's 70th anniversary vent in New York City on Monday
The actress looked stylish in a long pale pink dress with black trim, which featured a floral print.
Millie added some sparkly black shoes and a little red lipstick.
The Stranger Things star spoke on stage with David Beckham during the bash and later posted a photo with him on Instagram.
Hello petal: The 12-year-old wore a pale pink dress with black trim and a floral print
She's already nailed red carpet style: Millie added sparkly black shoes and a little red lipstick
Thrilled to be a part of it: The actress hosted UNICEF's 'youth takeover'
'Thank you @davidbeckham and #audreyhepburn for inspiring me to use my voice and platform for good,' she wrote. 'Tonight was incredible.
'Thank you @unicef for having me as the host of your "youth takeover". I will remember this evening for the rest of my life. Love and light.'
Earlier in the day Millie had shared a video on social media to express her delight that Stranger Things had received two Golden Globes nods.
Famous faces: Millie spoke on stage with David Beckham and thanked him for 'inspiring' her
Bring it in: The Stranger Things star also wrapped the famous footballer in a big hug
Warm welcome: David embraced the young actress who warmly greeted him
Smiling stars: Millie was also embraced at the star-studded event by Priyanka Chopra
The show is up for Best Television Series, Drama, while Winona Ryder is also nominated in the Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series, Drama category.
Calling her co-star by a nickname, Millie said: 'Thank you Hollywood Foreign Press for nominating for our show and Nony - I'm very excited.'
The youngster portrays Eleven, a girl with telekinetic powers, in the smash hit series.
Showing their support: Millie posed on the red carpet with Orlando Bloom and Syrian refugee advocate Mustafa Al Said
Shining stars: Orlando and Millie gladly teamed up with child refugee Mustafa
'I will remember this evening for the rest of my life': The youngster said the evening was 'incredible'
What a great day: Millie was also celebrating Stranger Things' Golden Globe nominations
Meanwhile her co-stars Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo and Noah Schnapp all watched the announcement together on Monday morning.
The boys - who were on a couch in a hotel - screamed when they heard their show announced, before sharing a group hug.
Stranger Things will return for a second season in 2017.
Jumping for joy: Her co-stars Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo and Noah Schnapp all watched the announcements together on Monday morning
Smash hit: The Netflix show is up for Best Television Series, Drama, while Winona Ryder is also nominated in the Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series, Drama category
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