See Florence Pugh Celebrate Her Birthday In A Tiny Black Dress
Florence Pugh posted a series of photos from her birthday party to Instagram, featuring the star in a sexy black dress.
While a lot of us were still recovering from New Year’s Eve celebrations, Florence Pugh was keeping the party going in a sexy black dress. Thankfully, she made sure a photographer was there to capture the fun and relay it to the rest of us. You can see the series of shots below.
Florence Pugh turned 27 on Tuesday, January 3 and wrote in her caption sentiments anyone with birthdays close to big holidays are no doubt familiar with.
“The 3rd of Jan is always so crap as no one wants to do anything but splodge and nurse their NYE hangover. Every year I’m astonished friends want to do anything! I’m so unbelievably grateful to all of you who came, it’s always a surprise! Beautiful people, beautiful way to start the year, beautiful day.”-Florence Pugh on her 27th birthday celebration
As you can see in the photos, Florence Pugh’s birthday attracted an impressive crowd; at least enough to require some fairly massive cakes. The images came courtesy of celebrity photographer Josh Shinner, whose portfolio includes work with Pugh, Elizabeth Olsen, Gemma Chan and The Last Duel‘s Jodie Comer. Like Hammond in Jurassic Park, when it comes to her parties, Pugh spares “no expense.”
By all accounts, the Oscar-nominated actress has plenty to celebrate. Florence Pugh had a big year in 2022, including leading the psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling which wound up being one of the most talked about films of the year. While critics weren’t kind to the flick, it still made a nice chunk of change; bolstered in part by what at the time seemed like an endless stream of behind-the-scenes drama involving Pugh, Harry Styles, co-star and director Olivia Wilde, and Shia LaBeouf.
Reviewers were much kinder to Florence Pugh’s Netflix original film The Wonder. Based on the 2016 Emma Donoghue novel of the same name, The Wonder finds Pugh playing a nurse in 19th century Ireland who treats what were known as “fasting girls” — Victorian-era girls who claimed to have magical or God-given powers that made them able to survive without food indefinitely.
You can also hear, but not see, Florence Pugh on the big screen right now as a more villainous version of Goldilocks in Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, which is getting even more positive critical and audience attention than The Wonder. The long-awaited sequel to 2011’s Puss in Boots is doing well at the box office, having pulled in somewhere in the neighborhood of $150 million, in spite of having to face off with the massive hit Avatar: The Way of Water.
This year is shaping up to be an even bigger one for Florence Pugh. She’s joined Denis Villeneuve’s stacked Dune: Part Two cast as Princess Irulan Corrino and in Oppenheimer she’ll play Jean Tatlock — the real-life mistress of the titular physicist.