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Actress Susie Porter stuns at the premiere of The Drover’s Wife in Sydney

Susie Porter looked chic when she stepped out for the Sydney premiere of The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson on Thursday.

The 51-year-old actress led the celebrity arrivals, opting for a classic trenchcoat, which she wore over a pair of leather-look black leggings.

She rounded out her stylish ensemble with a pair of high-heeled black leather boots and a white shirt.

Stylish: Susie Porter looked chic when she stepped out for the Sydney premiere of The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson on Thursday

The Wentworth actress accessorised with a small black cross-body bag and a statement gold necklace.

Her long blonde hair was parted in the middle and tied back in a ponytail, and she showed off her smooth complexion with natural-looking makeup.

Also in attendance was Miranda Tapsell, who looked elegant in a black wrap dress, which she paired with black open-toe heels.

Standing out: The 51-year-old actress led the celebrity arrivals, opting for a classic trenchcoat, which she wore over a pair of leather-look black leggings

Standing out: The 51-year-old actress led the celebrity arrivals, opting for a classic trenchcoat, which she wore over a pair of leather-look black leggings

All wrapped up: Also in attendance was Miranda Tapsell, who looked elegant in a black wrap dress, which she paired with black open-toe heels

All wrapped up: Also in attendance was Miranda Tapsell, who looked elegant in a black wrap dress, which she paired with black open-toe heels

The 34-year-old actress carried a small black and white polka dot handbag, and accessorised simply with stud earrings, while her brunette hair was worn loose.  

Leah Purcell – who wrote, directed and starred in the film – stepped out in a textured brown shirtdress with a belted waist.

The 51-year-old complemented her ensemble with a pair of strappy brown heels, and accessorised with statement earrings.

Triple threat: Leah Purcell - who wrote, directed and starred in the film - stepped out in a textured brown shirtdress with a belted waist

Triple threat: Leah Purcell – who wrote, directed and starred in the film – stepped out in a textured brown shirtdress with a belted waist

Teaming up: Leah posed alongside co-star Rob Collins, who looked smart in a pair of black tapered jeans, which he teamed with a black T-shirt

Teaming up: Leah posed alongside co-star Rob Collins, who looked smart in a pair of black tapered jeans, which he teamed with a black T-shirt

Her shoulder-length blonde hair was styled in loose curls, and she wore glasses, smiling broadly ahead of the screening.

Leah posed alongside co-star Rob Collins, who looked smart in a pair of black tapered jeans, which he teamed with a black T-shirt.

The 42-year-old actor also wore a black blazer, and finished his look with a brown leather belt and brown leather boots.

Leading man: The 42-year-old actor also wore a black blazer, and finished his look with a brown leather belt and brown leather boots

Leading man: The 42-year-old actor also wore a black blazer, and finished his look with a brown leather belt and brown leather boots

Star power: Leah was also honoured with a star on the Australian Film Walk of Fame outside the Ritz Cinema in Sydney's Randwick, smiling proudly as she posed alongside it

Star power: Leah was also honoured with a star on the Australian Film Walk of Fame outside the Ritz Cinema in Sydney’s Randwick, smiling proudly as she posed alongside it

Leah was also honoured with a star on the Australian Film Walk of Fame outside the Ritz Cinema in Sydney’s Randwick, smiling proudly as she posed alongside it.

Tammy MacIntosh was also at the premiere, stepping out in a pair of cropped black pants, which she paired with a cream blouse. 

The 52-year-old McLeod’s Daughters alum also donned a pair of black boots, while her long blonde hair was worn in loose waves. 

The film follows the story of Leah’s character Molly whose husband is away droving sheep, leaving her alone to care for their four children in the remote Snowy Mountains.

Despite being heavily pregnant, Molly keeps various threats, from nature and other people, at bay. But when Yadaka (Rob Collins), an Aboriginal man on the run from white law enforcement, intrudes on the sanctuary she has carved out, the brutal hardships and secrets that have followed them both throughout their lives must be confronted.

The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson is out in cinemas on May 5.

Cream of the crop: Tammy MacIntosh was also at the premiere, stepping out in a pair of cropped black pants, which she paired with a cream blouse

Cream of the crop: Tammy MacIntosh was also at the premiere, stepping out in a pair of cropped black pants, which she paired with a cream blouse

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