Stephanie Pratt stuns in tight lace black dress
The star recently admitted she used to smoke the drug up to 13 times a day, but she#'s keen to leave her past behind her
Stephanie Pratt stunned at The Bad Education premiere in London tonight, stealing the spotlight in a tight black LBD.
The reality star recently shocked fans by admitting she used to smoke crystal meth up to 13 TIMES a day when she was a schoolgirl, but she's keen to leave her past where it belongs.
And she did a good job of focusing attention solely on the present as she showed off her slim figure in the revealing number tonight.
The lace black dress showed off the star's tiny waist, and she teamed it with sky-high heels as she smiled happily in front of the cameras.
Wearing her platinum blonde hair loose and straight, Stephanie looked a world away from the shocking snap of her in her school days.
The Made In Chelsea star, who has relocated to the UK from Los Angeles, was just 14 years old when she was first introduced to the deadly drug and was immediately hooked.
Her life spiralled out of control while her parents turned a blind eye and she ended up smoking meth while attending Santa Monica's prestigious Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences, even sneaking off to take the drug on her breaks between lessons, and she's revealed all in her book Made In Reality.
Joining her tonight at the glitzy do was showbiz couple Jamie and Louise Redknapp.
Louise showed off an enviable tan - verging on orange under the spotlight - in a colourful skirt and tight black top, staying close by her hubby's side.
Meanwhile Jamie opted for a smart suit for the occasion, supporting his friend Jack Whitehall.
Meanwhile star of the show Jack looked totally suave in a suit, as he was supported by girlfriend Gemma Chan - who recently shot to fame in hit series Humans.
Gemma stunned in a red and white floral dress, showing off her toned legs and looking proud as punch of her man.