Jess Impiazzi showed off her glamorous sense of style as she stepped out with partner Jermaine Pennant to the UK premiere of Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, at Cineworld Leicester Square in London on Thursday.
Actress Jess, 33, put on a leggy display as she posed on the red carpet in a white mini skirt.
She wore a white top with ruffled detail at the front, and opted for a matching over up with split sleeves.
Reality star Jess added a few inches to her stature by choosing a pair of bejewelled silver heels for the evening.
She carried a white handbag with her and wore lashings of make-up to highlight her pretty facial features.
Glitz and glamour: Jess Impiazzi, 33, showed off her glamorous sense of style in a pink mini skirt with Jermaine Pennant at the Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves premiere
Former footballer Jermaine, 40, wore a green-hued three piece suit for the evening.
He wore a pink tie to match the handkerchief which he placed in the pocket of his jacket.
The sportsman wore a white shirt and completed his look by wearing a pair of black shoes.
He and Jess sheltered from the rain under a large umbrella as they stood arm-in-arm on the red carpet.
Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, is based on the hit table-top game of the same name and is due to be released on March 31.
It comes after Jermaine was declared bankrupt after accumulating debts of over £1million, according to reports.
Birmingham County Court has reportedly issued a one-year bankruptcy order to the ex-Premier League star, who owes money to creditors including HMRC, councils, banks and utility companies.
The 39-year-old’s media company Jermaine Pennant Ltd, which was set up following his TV appearances on shows such as Celebrity Big Brother, was dissolved in 2020.
Strike a pose: Actress Jess put on a leggy display as she posed on the red carpet in a white mini skirt at Cineworld Leicester Square in London on Thursday
The former midfielder was understood to have defaulted on his mortgage payments.
A source close to Pennant told The Sun: ‘He owes stacks of cash all over the place.
‘His debts are into seven-figures.
‘His debts to the taxman and banks are huge.
‘He has defaulted on mortgage payments and will likely have property repossessed.’
Sportsmail revealed in October that Jermaine’s abandoned mock Tudor home in Cheshire had been converted into a cannabis farm, leading to the arrest of a 35-year-old man.
He bought the property in 2006, but it stood empty from 2020 following his split from then-partner Alice Goodwin.
The £3million home, near Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport, was subsequently ripped apart by flames on two separate occasions between October and November, having been taken over by drug gangs.
Meanwhile, Jess recently opened up about how her relationship with boyfriend Jermaine has been strengthened by their shared trauma.
She told how Jermaine’s difficult past alongside her own hard childhood has brought them closer together.
Speaking to The Sun, she said: ‘When two people have been through something traumatic it can be toxic or healing. Luckily we’ve been the healing thing for each other.’
In 2005, Jermaine was jailed for three months for drink driving while disqualified after crashing his friend’s Mercedes into a lamppost.
After 30 days in prison he was released and his club Birmingham City stood by him. He became the first player to play in the Premier League with an electronic tag on his ankle.
He also admittedly blew his fortune on dodgy investments, lost three houses and fell into bankruptcy due to his money problems and forgot he owned a £1.2m house in Cheshire.
Jess opened up on her own past, saying: ‘I had a lot of nasty things happen in my childhood and I really struggled with my mental health.
‘I think that’s why me and Jermaine work so well, because he had a really traumatic childhood too and we’re able to support each other. We understand why one another acts a certain way.’
In style: Jess wore a white top with ruffled detail at the front, and opted for a matching over up with split sleeves