Sheridan Smith stuns in green jumpsuit at Railway Children Return's premiere | The Sun

SCREEN queen Sheridan Smith goes green for the premiere of her film The Railway Children Return.

The 41-year-old joined cast including the original hit’s star Jenny Agutter, 69, at London’s Picturehouse Central.

Jenny plays a grown-up version of her character from the 1970 movie in the wartime family drama, which will be released this Friday.

Earlier this year, Sheridan had jewellery, including necklaces and bracelets, stolen in a raid on her trailer while shooting scenes for a sitcom.

The TV actress was said to be “very upset” by the loss of the items, believed to be worth several thousand pounds.

She is thought to have been targeted by a gang of thieves nicknamed the Movie Takers — who have carried out raids on big-budget film and TV projects.


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A filming insider said at the time: “This was a very upsetting incident and everyone involved is shocked — but Sheridan is understandably very hurt.

“Fortunately, it wasn’t hugely expensive items, more day-to-day things, but she had left them in her trailer for safety while filming in character and came back to find the place had been turned over.

“It’s absolutely disgraceful that these people would do this.”

The source added that film crews have become increasingly suspicious after incidents on other sets — including a recent high-profile theft of pricey props on the set of Netflix blockbuster The Crown.

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The insider said: “The film industry and TV is of course very well protected by security, and almost everyone who works within it tends to know each other so people feel very safe.

“It’s hard to get on to a set without being recognised by somebody immediately, so a few incidents in quick succession is very unusual.

“It could be that the same people are targeting sets, knowing there are high-value items.”

A Met Police spokesman said: “The offence happened at about 11.50pm on May 5.

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“Items of jewellery were stolen from trailers in Surbiton.

“There have been no arrests, inquiries continue.”

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