She created a storm last week when she flashed the world her lady parts in her Tom Ford gown at the Les Miserables premiere, but Anne Hathaway looks as though she's finally learnt her lesson.
The 30-year-old Hollywood actress, who got a bit too confident with her dominatrix style boots and lack of knickers earlier this week, sported one her most conservative looks to date at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles yesterday.
Both Anne and Amanda look conservative and respectful for Hugh's big day - Splash
Anne pitched up alongside fellow Les Mis co-star Amanda Seyfried to support Hugh Jackman at his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony yesterday as he received a coveted star on the illustrious walkway wearing a dapper navy blue suit with a pale blue open white shirt and his rugged stubble intact.
Anne looked elegant after a long string of wearing cut out black designer dresses and eventually going sans underwear, looking raffiné in collared and long sleeved knee-grazing black dress by Prada.
Hugh Jackman looks dapper at his Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony - Splash
But it wasn't too boring as the star added a pair of Jackie Kennedy-esque oversized sunnies, and the dress was adorned with diamante jewels on the collar and waistbelt to spice things up a notch.
The actress, who has been lapping up the attention surrounding her 25lb weight loss in recent months, decided to cover her bits up for a rare change, and looked great for it – simply adding a pair of simple Aldo vegan patent pumps to complete the timeless outfit.
Anne has finally learnt her lesson and decides to cover up in Prada for the LA event - Splash
Meanwhile, 27-year-old Amanda Seyfried also cut a striking image in a classic Burberry trench coat worn as a statement fashion piece for the event, simply teamed with opaque tights, black ankle boot heels and a black leather bag.
“It’s kind of a surreal day,” Hugh revealed to E! News about the honour.
“I’m excited. The star is right here outside where I got to host the Oscars and if the movie gets nominated [for an Oscar], it’ll be nice to get up there and show a little bit of the show to everybody,'' he added.