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Emily Ratajkowski sports extreme low-cut silk gown to The King’s Trust 2024 Gala

She’s queen of the carpet.

Emily Ratajkowski sizzled in an ultra-plunging gown at The King’s Trust 2024 Gala Thursday night, wearing a buttery yellow style that barely covered her top.

The “My Body” author shared photos from the event — which benefited King Charles III’s recently renamed charity — on Instagram, writing, “last night! thank you @edward_enninful for having me!”

Emily Ratajkowski sizzled in a melted-butter gown at King Charles III’s charity gala in NYC. Getty Images

Emily Ratajkowski rocked a super-plunging dress to the event.

The model’s dress featured a scarf-like detail at the neck. WireImage

Her silky dress showed off plenty of skin.

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Ratajkowski’s backless silk halter dress — which plunged down to her naval and barely covered her behind — wrapped around her neck to form a scarf that trailed down her back.

She paired the look with shoulder-sweeping statement earrings and one of her new diamond divorce rings after deconstructing her engagement ring from ex-husband Sebastian Bear-McClard earlier this year.

NYC’s favorite dog walker wore her hair in glamorous waves for the event, adding mauve lipstick and smokey brown eyeshadow.

Ratajkowski’s gown featured a floor-sweeping train. Janet Mayer /

She posed with Elizabeth Sulcer (center) and Ashley Graham at the event. Photo Image Press via ZUMA Press Wire /

The star wore sparkling drop earrings. WireImage

Fans left plenty of heart and flame emojis on her post, with one writing, “She looks so good here it’s causing me physical pain.”

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“I want to be as confident as you are in the tape you use. I’d be scared to move,” another joked about EmRata’s low-cut dress.

Ratajkowski joined stars like Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Kate Beckinsale, Irina Shayk and Ashley Graham at the gala, held in honor of The King’s Trust — formerly known as The Prince’s Trust — and its work supporting young people in the United States.

Although King Charles III didn’t attend the event due to his recent cancer diagnosis, EmRata certainly turned enough heads in a royally eye-popping way.

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