Kate Beckinsale flatters her slender figure in bold black and white trouser suit at Funny Girl premiere

By Jennifer Pearson

PUBLISHED:00:35 EST, 26  April 2013| UPDATED:02:16 EST, 26 April 2013

Kate Beckinsale is famous for her skimpy  outfits.

But the English-born actress took the high  road and covered up for a change at the gala world premiere restoration of Funny  Girl starring a young Barbra Streisand and Omar Sharif.

Kate, 39,  was quite the proper lady in  her suit that included a funky pair of black-patterned white trousers and  matching jacket, along with a black blouse.

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