The blonde beauty, now 70, stripped off for the totally nude snaps as she got up, close and personal with one of The Doctor's greatest enemies: a Dalek. Katy, who played the companion to John Pertwee's Doctor from to , flashed her nipples as she posed strategically, only just managing to cover her modesty behind the plunger on the front of the alien. Dressed in nothing but a pair of racy knee-high sparkly boots for the eye-popping snaps, the actress flaunted her slender curves and enviably toned midriff as she caressed the Dalek. In one jaw-dropping picture, she straddled the protruding limb of the iconic foe, barely concealing her intimate parts as she cupped her bare breasts and struck a sultry pose. The British-born actress and mother-of-two moved to Australia in and is now an Australian citizen. Earlier this week, she tweeted her joy at the announcement of the 13th Doctor as Broachurch star Jodie Whittaker,
She's Doctor Who's first openly gay companion, who's bringing a new flavour to the year-old show. And actress Pearl Mackie looked every inch the contemporary muse on Wednesday night, as she attended the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition preview party in vibrant coral. The revealing dress, a departure from her usual style, showed off a liberal amount of cleavage with its almost-backless design. The Time Lord's latest companion - who has gone down a storm with fans of the sci-fi show this series - matched her coral lipstick to her eye-catching attire. It certainly seemed to be a good hue for the matching orange carpet, which was laid out for guests including Daisy Lowe, Laura Carmichael and Tamsin Egerton.
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And though the online backlash to the notion of a female Doctor was both swift and predictable, a handful of British publications have sunk to a new low. The Sun paired a derisive editorial about Whittaker with a collection of nude screen-captures from her previous work, including the Oscar-nominated film Venus. Equal Representation for Actresses E.