They first emerged from the Wardrobe and on to our screens as the polite youngsters in the first Narnia film. But five years on, the stars of The Chronicles of Narnia are all grown up - Anna Popplewell in particular. Ladylike: Anna Popplewell went for full glamour in a strapless prom-style gown by Lee Klabin for the premiere of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader last night. All grown up: Anna's revealing style is a stark contrast from her youthful demure look in Despite the snowfall, Anna walked the red carpet in the strapless prom-style number by designer Lee Klabin, which she threatened to bust out of.
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