BRIT actress Hannah Waddingham has been spotted in a £100,000 luxury supercar – as she prepares to host a glittering awards ceremony.
The rising star, who has been on the rise since co-hosting the Eurovision Song Contest in May, will host the Earthshot Prize Awards alongside Prince William in Singapore this evening.
The 49-year-old, who is currently the face of Christmas adverts for M&S and Baileys, was seen driving around south west London in her new car, which appears to be a Maserati Levante Trofeo.
The Italian engine costs up to £143,000 and offers an “exclusive, sporty interpretation of the luxury SUV”.
The Ferrari-powered beauty has 72 horsepower and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in around four seconds, with a top speed of a breathtaking 300 km/h.
According to the Daily MailThe Maserati purchase comes as Hannah’s company, HK Waddingham Ltd, is shown to have “current assets” of almost £1.5 million.
The in-demand star has been acting for over 20 years and is now on the verge of becoming a household name in the UK.
In 2016, she got her big break when she was cast as Septa Unella in the fifth season of Game Of Thrones.
She is perhaps best known for playing Richmond FC owner Rebecca Welton on the hit series Ted Lasso – where she even won two Emmy Awards.
She also had a recurring role on Bendorm and played Sofia Marchetti in the Netflix series Sex Education.
Next summer she will star alongside Tom Cruise in the new film “Mission: Impossible.”
In September, Maserati fans were treated to a unique treat when David Beckham showed off his own incredible Maserati supercar.
The football legend added star quality as he attended a gala opening of the manufacturer’s new UK store.
Meanwhile, an iconic Ferrari owned by pop superstar Rod Stewart could sell for up to £3 million at a collector car auction.