On the right side of the Law! Natalie Pinkham leaves Jude hot under the collar as she straddles the actor at SeriousFun Children’s Gala
She welcomed her second child just three months ago.
But Natalie Pinkham proved she was still full of energy as she straddled Jude Law at the SeriousFun London Gala held at The Roundhouse on Thursday.
Taking to the stage at the charity event, the 37-year-old Sky Sports presenter threw herself into the spirit of things as she attempted to mount the Oscar nominee much to his amusement.
Featuring complementary shades of blue, the garment nipped in at her waist with a small black satin belt that further highlighted her slimmed-down figure.
Falling gracefully just above the ankle, she flashed glimpses of flesh whilst remaining demure, and added some height to her frame with a pair of black barely there heels.
Still radiating with the glow of motherhood, the stunning starlet lined her cheeks with a sweep of blusher whilst she framed her peepers with a subtle smokey eye shadow.
She finished off the look by styling her chestnut tresses in loose waves that framed her pretty face.
Meanwhile, Jude looked as dapper as ever in a fitted navy suit that he teamed with a baby blue tie.
The gala was held in aid of the SeriousFun Children’s Network, the charity set up by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman.
The charity helps children suffering from illness, a cause particularly touching for Natalie following the birth of her second child.
Taking to to the stage she said: 'As a Mum myself I am truly touched and inspired, the work of SeriousFun cannot be underestimated.'
The brunette beauty and husband Owain Walbyoff share son Wilfred, 23 months, and daughter Willow, three months.
After suffering a string of medical complications - including losing her newborn daughter's twin in pregnancy - Natalie told Hello! magazine she would be pushing her luck if she and Owain tried for a third child.
She explained: 'I feel lucky to have two children, a boy and a girl. I would be pushing that luck if I went for a third.
'We always thought we'd have three or four kids as we both have big families and loads of cousins.
'But the first time things went wrong with Wilf I thought, "That's weird". The second time, "Okay, there's a pattern here". The third, you're asking for trouble, aren't you?
She went on to describe Willow's birth via a pioneering natural caesarean as 'unbelievable', saying of her daughter: 'She's a little miracle and her coming into our lives has made our family complete.'
The couple gave the baby the middle name Mirela after the Romanian orphan who inspired Pinkham's campaign to end the institutionalisation of orphans with Hope and Homes for Children and who died in 2014.
She said: 'We were always sure that our daughter's middle name would be Mirela. I wanted Mirela's legacy to live on and I wanted Willow and Wilf to grow up knowing the concept of how lucky they are.
'It's luck where you're born and unfortunately it can determine what your future holds.'
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