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Getting dressed up to go to a film premiere must be all very exciting especially if you're the star of the movie.And Naomi Watts looked every inch the Hollywood Goddess as she arrived at the premiere of Diana in Leicester Square in London on Thursday night.The actress looked elegant in white as she walked along the red carpet at the glamorous event and signed autographs and posed for pictures with fans before she headed into the cinema.Hopefully, she opted for popcorn rather than one of those giant hot dogs with ketchup and mustard once in the theatre as staining her pristine dress would have been rather embarrassing.But it seems she may not have been too worried about being left red-faced at the film's launch as a gap in the side of her floor-length gown ensured there was plenty of leg on show.And Naomi almost landed in a pretty humiliating situation when said gap opened so much while she was scrawling her name on a scrap of paper for a devotee that her underwear was nearly displayed to the world.Luckily, there was enough material to cover her private zone and onlookers weren't given a shock.The actress plays the part of the late Princess Diana in the biopic which follows the story of the last two years of her life and her relationship with heart surgeon Hasnat Khan, played by former Lost star Naveen Andrews.
Given the controversial storyline of the film this may not come as a surprise as it suggests Princess Diana's romance with Dodi Fayed, who she died with in a car crash in Paris in 1997, was a rebound relationship from her one with Hasnat.
And Hasnat has also dismissed the film, recently saying: "It's based on gossip and Diana's friends talking about a relationship that they didn't know much about.
"This includes some of my relatives who didn't know much about it either.
It is all based on hypotheses and gossip." However, director Oliver Hirschbiegel told Sky News: "The film is actually based on the accounts of several people and the inquest in which there were hundreds of pages discussing their relationship.
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