Samia Longchambon put on a leggy display as she attended the Football For Change Gala 2022, in partnership with MailOnline at Manchester’s Old Trafford Cricket Ground on Thursday.
The Corrie actress, 40, slipped into a figure-hugging brown midi dress as she joined dapper husband Sylvain, 42, on the red carpet.
Samia’s frock boasted a thigh-high split which flashed a glimpse of her toned legs as she completed the look with a pair of strappy heels.
Footballing legend Jamie Carragher is leading the charity which aims to help disadvantaged youngsters find work and improve their education.
Samia, who plays Maria Connor in the soap, accentuated her dainty features with a hint of make-up and slick of lip gloss.
She let her blonde locks fall to her shoulders as she accessorised with a selection of gold jewellery.
Meanwhile french professional ice skater Sylvain, who wed the actress in 2016, donned a smart dark suit for the event.
He layered the look over a crisp white shirt and navy tie as he slipped his feet into dark brown dress shoes.
Football For Change has already raised £350,000 through a celebrity lunch and then a dinner, held at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool, last November. Thursday’s black-tie gala aims to raise the bar even higher and rake in another £350,000 for the cause.
Carragher has raided his contacts book and pulled together an all-star line-up to raise money for projects up and down the country.
Diehard Manchester City fan, Noel Gallagher will be the headline act at the swanky bash and Melanie C and Emeli Sande also providing entertainment, with the whole show compered by Vernon Kay.
The outing comes after Samia was left baffled after snapping a swimming pool selfie in which her body appeared cut in half.
Taking to Instagram on Saturday to share a throwback picture from earlier in the summer, in which she could be seen wearing an animal print bikini top and black bottoms with a straw hat.
However, the lower half of her body was completely detached from her upper half in the photo, with her legs appearing to be walking away under water.
She captioned her post: ‘I should’ve paid more attention in GCSE physics, had to Google it.. #refraction.’
Refraction is when light travels from air into water, causing it slows down and change direction slightly, creating the optical illusion seen in Samia’s image.
In another picture, Samia looked relaxed as she held her hands in the air while walking across a glass-bottomed section of the crystal clear pool she was immersed in while on a recent holiday.