Christina Ricci is stunning in an unusual and sexy look while rocking a dalmatian-print dress. The 43-year-old actress is currently the talk of the town thanks to the new series Wednesday, one following OG and comfort favorite movie, The Addams Family. Christina posted to Instagram recently while showing off her fit and curvy frame, plus her gorgeous sense of style. The former child star went for a tight and figure-hugging dress, also shouting out a little animal-print action via the fabrics. Fans have left Christina over 180,000 likes. A like also came in from talk show queen Kelly Ripa.
Christina Ricci Stuns In Skintight Dalmatian-Print Dress
Stuns In Gorgeous Dress And Heels
Posting for her 1.1 million followers on Friday, Christina struck a confident pose while indoors and on wooden floors, also backed by white-rimmed French windows.
Drawing the eye with her tiny waist and cleavage, the mom of two modeled a strappy and low-cut dress with a tight finish and a fun monochrome print all over it. Going maxi, Christina nonetheless made sure fans saw her shoes. The alt girl added massive and black platform heels, also going edgy with her dark locks all jet-black and worn in a sleek and short bob. Christina also sported simple bangle and earring jewelry, plus a full face of makeup with plenty of cheek highlight and a sexy red lip. In a swipe right, she went for a close-up better showing off the glam.
Not Just 'Wednesday'
While Christina has been busy promoting Wednesday, also starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Jenna Ortega, she hasn't abandoned promo for her role on Yellowjackets. In a caption, she wrote:
"For the @sagaftra FYC event for @shoyellowjackets 🐝🐝🐝." Recent posts from Ricci have shown how much attention she's getting right now: multiple magazine covers, plus invites. She's also been tagging brands including designer Rodarte and beauty brand La Prairie.
No Real Training
Christina has opened up about her career, plus its unusual trajectory.
"I didn’t go to any school for acting or do any kind of training to become an actor, so I don’t really have any kind of name for it, really. [As a child], it was a lot of just learning as you went. And for me, I just take the script and I figure out a way to deliver what needs to be delivered," she told Slant.
Been At It A While
Noting being on-screen as a pre-teen, Ricci added: "[Former child stars] have been working forever and actually could help [filmmakers] finance their movies." For more, see Christina's Instagram.