Bafta TV Awards 2019: Sheridan Smith puts her troubles behind her as she beams on the red carpet

SHERIDAN Smith put on a brave face as she left her troubles behind her to make a red carpet appearance at the Bafta TV awards.

The actress, 37, beamed on the carpet – just days after she backtracked on her bizarre claim her fiance Jamie Horn's mum killed her dog –  insisting it was an accident.

Sheridan showed off her amazing curves in a tuxedo style suit at the star-studded event at the Royal Festival Hall in London on Sunday.

She looked glam with a lacy top underneath that flattered her cleavage.

Her hair was swept back and she kept her make-up simple with a slick of nude lippy.

Sheridan put on a brave face after her recent outburst over her dead dog.

Sheridan backtracked over her bizarre claim her fiance Jamie Horn's mum killed her dog – insisting it was an accident.

The 37-year-old actress wrote on Twitter last week: "FYI if I ever go missing look at Jamie and his nut job mum x she killed my dog so this woman is capable of anything."

Her post left fans worried, but returning to the social networking site on Friday, Sheridan apologised for her previous comments.

She wrote: "Thought I would clear up my silly rant."

"Firstly I apologise to anyone I upset, I was hurt & angry but this is no one's fault. It was an accident.
"Unfortunately my darling Panny was being looked after when another dog attacked her & as a result she died.

"Firstly I apologise to anyone I upset, I was hurt & angry but this is no one's fault. It was an accident.
"Unfortunately my darling Panny was being looked after when another dog attacked her & as a result she died.

"I'm sorry for my outburst."

She also posted a series of pictures of her dead pooch, and wrote: "#hurting #missher #sorry."

Her post was in stark contrast to last night's tweets, which continued: "Her son hates me like she does and they threaten me everyday x There it's out there.

"God knows how this will end but I love y'all. x"

The animal-loving actress previously had  a special "doggy area" built into her London home when it underwent a £150,000 makeover in 2017.

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