Emily Atack enjoyed Saturday’s sunshine in style as she celebrated Jack Madeley’s birthday with some friends at upmarket London restaurant Sergios W1.
The actress, 33, looked effortlessly chic in a black bejewelled sleeveless jumper as she relaxed in the warm weather.
She channelled Audrey Hepburn, accessorising the top with a pair of large Ray-Ban sunglasses and small black shoulder bag.
The Inbetweeners star added a dash of colour, tying a light white jacket around her waist, not needed in the warm London afternoon.
She finished off the look with subtle silver hoops and light make-up including dark pink lipstick, eyeliner, and mascara.
Stylish: Emily Atack celebrated her friend Jack Madeley’s birthday at the upmarket London restaurant Sergios W1 on Saturday
Stylish: The actress, 31 looked effortlessly chic in a black knitted sleeveless top, with a light white jacket tied around her waist
Emily was all smiles as she laughed along with the other attendees.
She shared some hugs and kisses with her friends at the event, including the birthday boy, who is the son of legendary British broadcaster Richard Madeley.
The TV personality took to Instagram to share some fun pictures and clips from the day, including producer Russell Eslamifar being carried by another guest.
The Asking For It? documentary-maker took a snap of her Angel’s Whispers rosé wine which she jokily renamed ‘Devil’s Screaming’.
She also cheekily shared a selfie with the restaurant’s chefs to her 1.9 million followers, taken in the kitchen.
She playfully captioned the snap: ‘We get on’ with a sweet heart emoji to finish it off.
Included in her storyw as a clip of fellow celebrity guest Vernon Kay, who attended the event after some celebratory drinks with his BBC Radio 2 crew.
Lunch at Sergios: The Inbetweeners star channelled Audrey Hepburn with her black Ray-Ban sunglasses
Co-ordinated: She finished off the look with a black padded shoulder bag
Birthday boy: She took to Instagram to wish Jack, who is the son of broadcaster Richard Madeley, a happy birthday
Special guest: Vernon Kay, 49, was also in attendance after his first week in legendary radio host Ken Bruce’s former BBC Radio 2 slot
‘We get on’: The TV personality cheekily shared a selfie with the restaurant’s chefs
It has been a big week for the Northern broadcaster, 49, as it was his first week in legendary radio DJ Ken Bruce’s former slot at the station.
Vernon, however, looked happy and relaxed as he poured himself some wine in Emily’s clip
Dressed in a blue beanie, black graphic t-shirt, and denim jacket, he gave the camera a goofy grin and enjoyed the all round frivolity of the event.
He was joined by his Radio 2 team, as well as representatives from YMU Entertainment management team.
Emily’s outing shows she’s having a better time than earlier in the week, when she was forced to respond a troll who accused her of baiting sexual attention.
She had shared a stunning snap in a pink crop top on Monday and joked in the caption about her tresses, saying: ‘Big and bouncy. So is the hair. Thank you gang @pauledmonds217.’
One man then replied in the comments: ‘And then you wonder why trolls pick you up! Why would you say that if you don’t like that sort of attention????!.’
A birthday gift; Jake gave Emily a hug and a kiss during the celebrations
Feeling the love: The blonde bombshell spread the love to other guests at the event
Fun and games: Emily seemed to enjoy the event, sharing silly antics from the drinks
A rough week: The outing comes after Emily was forced to respond to a social media troll, accusing her of baiting sexual harrassment
A furious Emily then wrote back at the sexist comment, saying: ‘Even if I put no caption at all, it would still get perverted comments.
‘So it just shows it has nothing to do with me or my choices. It is not my fault some men can’t control themselves. Listen to what you are saying to me.
‘You are saying I am the one who needs to change, change how I speak, change my sense of humour, maybe change the way I dress, completely change everything that I am… but the people who send the abuse can carry on as they are?
‘No fault lies with them at all. Just me. The person I have chosen to be. That is what you are saying by making those comments. Do you understand that comments like yours are a huge part of the issue?’
She then shared a screen shot of the exchange on her Story and wrote: ‘I really struggle to understand how some people just don’t get it.
‘Then I’m slowly realising how maybe it takes a deeper level of intelligence that some people just don’t have?’