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She shot to fame as the pretty blonde on Prince Harry's arm, but Cressida Bonas is fast making a name for herself away from the royal limelight.
The fledgling actress and dancer has been hobnobbing with fashion and Hollywood's finest in recent months and now she's landed herself a part in a one-woman play, An Evening With Lucien Freud.
Silencing her harshest critics, Cressida's turn in the play, her first major role, received rave reviews.
Indeed, The Telegraph's Jane Shilling said the 26-year-old offers 'an engaging performance'.
She wrote: 'She conveys both Laura’s naivete, and the darker resonances of absurdity and vague horror that permeate her encounter with the predatory genius.'
Another review of the play on Family Affairs And Other Matters , described the thespian as 'mesmerising, beautiful and fluid'.