Game Of Thrones star Laura Pradelska stars in white cowboy boots
Laura Pradelska demonstrated legs on Saturday as she attended the Pub In The Park event in Dulwich, London.
The Game Of Thrones star, 33, showcased her toned figure in black shorts and white cowboy boots.
Laura looked gorgeous as she had fun in the Fatty’s Organic Spirits tent wearing a shiny silver bomber jacket with a white “V” shape around her neck.
Having fun: Laura Pradelska put on a leggy show on Saturday as she attended the Pub In The Park event in Dulwich, London
Under her jacket, Laura wore a simple black cropped top, which she teamed with color-matched shorts.
To add some finishing touches, the actress wore a simple gold pendant around her neck as she kept accessories to a minimum at the festival.
Pub In The Park is a traveling food and music event held in eight locations over the summer, with Laura heading to the Dulwich site on Saturday.
Stunning: The 33-year-old Game Of Thrones star showcased her toned figure in black shorts and white cowboy boots
The official event website describes itself as a celebration: “Everything there is to love about the glorious British pub; delicious food, award winning chefs, top of the charts music, great drinks, but most of all a fantastic time with friends and family. ‘
Visitors are also treated to an array of bars and shopping markets, as well as an outdoor concert in the evening.
In 2019, Laura revealed that she was called ‘ugly’, ‘fat’ and ‘transgender’ by four ‘violent’ women when shopping at the Zara store on Oxford Street in London.
The actress spoke exclusively to MailOnline to raise awareness of what happened and so that measures can be put in place in stores if something similar happens in the future.
Fun times: Laura looked gorgeous as she had fun in the Fatty’s Organic Spirits tent wearing a shiny silver bomber jacket with a white ‘V’ shape around her neck
Laura was also angry that the four “violent” women thought calling him “transgender” was an insult, as she sees him as a very natural and human thing and many of her friends are transgender.
She told MailOnline at the time: “I just had to rant and let Zara know on a public platform. In 30 years, I’ve never seen this in my life.
“It was just weird, I’m completely used to online abuse but I’ve never had it in person, not in such a horrible way if I’m being honest.
“These are usually people hiding behind keyboards, I just turned off my comments on Instagram… I had never experienced it in person or at this level.”
Details: Under her jacket, Laura wore a simple black cropped top, which she teamed with color-matched shorts
Accessorization: To add some finishing touches, the actress wore a simple gold pendant necklace around her neck as she kept accessories to a minimum at the festival
Laura insisted she wasn’t trying to ‘boycott’ Zara or ‘get someone fired’, she just wanted the clothing empire to lean on it and make a difference. She said: “If you see clients being abused, would you politely ask them to leave.”
Explaining what happened, she said that she and an elderly woman were lining up at Zara in a line of about 20-25 women as more people cut the line to reach the customer. in front, who also had many children. around her.
The actress said, “It wasn’t the best thing to do, but it wasn’t the end of the world either. There was an older lady behind me, a lovely lady, she just said: “I’m not feeling very well, are you going to bring in more people and pay, or are you all paying together?”
“The next thing I heard was, something I can’t actually repeat the word for, it was the oldest, abusive, filthy, screaming, speaking vile words.” How she was an “ugly old bitch”. It was awful and all she said was “pay each other, I don’t feel too good”.
Festival: Pub In The Park is a traveling food and music event held in eight locations over the summer, with Laura heading to the Dulwich site on Saturday
Popular: Laura rose to fame in Game of Thrones Series 2 in 2012 where she played Quaithe (pictured), a mysterious woman in Qarth who shared scenes with Jorah Mormont and Daenerys Targaryen
Laura admitted that the elder abuse was “not going well” with her, so she politely asked the women, one of whom was very pregnant, to stop and insisted that everyone calm down.
She continued, “That’s when it all started. For some reason they thought I was transgender which is good.
“I have a lot of transgender friends. It was just for them, I think, to say something “really horrible” in their minds, which isn’t a horrible thing to me at all. It’s a very natural human thing.
“So the woman turned around and just screamed” I’m transgender and I shouldn’t belong to this world I’m ugly and she doesn’t know where I’m from but wherever I am I should get the f ** k. “It was just awful. It was a number of them, it just got worse and worse and people got involved.
Seize the day ! The official event website describes itself as a celebration: “Everything there is to love about the glorious British pub”
Laura revealed that she then called security because she had never been in a fight in her life and didn’t want to end up with her “scratched nose or a black eye”.
The star revealed that security came and looked into the situation but “nothing really got done,” she continued, “I said, ‘Hey, while they pay we all have been subjected to eight to ten minutes of constant verbal abuse, in what they think would be the worst thing to say! “
“Calling myself ugly, transgender, I’m not really a woman, if I was, that’s not the point. It’s the fact that they did something bad with it, that pissed me off so much, the fact that they did something horrible with it, that’s very normal for me and a lot of other people.
‘Call me aw *** e, what, am I married? Since I’m ugly I’m probably not from here, wherever I’m from I should get the f ** k back. They kept saying where are you from, where are you from, you are clearly not from here you should get the f ** k back.
“It was just racist, it was just racist. Nothing has really been done … ‘
MailOnline reached out to Zara for comment at the time.
Awful: In 2019 Laura revealed she was called ‘ugly’, ‘fat’ and ‘transgender’ by four ‘violent’ women while shopping at Zara’s Oxford Street store in London