GEMMA ARTERTON AND ANNA FRIEL ATTEND AUDI LAUNCH PARTY

The actresses proved they can still effortlessly command attention on Friday night, when they stepped out in style for an exclusive party held to celebrate the launch of the luxury Audi A8 car.

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