Lilly Becker wows in plunging backless velvet green gown as she takes to the red carpet with husband Boris at sports awards

Her striking good looks enabled her to build a successful career as a model.

Proving that she still has what it takes to make heads turn, Lilly Becker made an enviable appearance at the Laureus World Sports Awards on Monday.

Taking to the red carpet alongside her husband Boris, 48, the 39-year-old stunned in a velvet green gown as she posed for pictures on arrival to the Messe Berlin.

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Game, set, slay! Lilly Becker wowed in plunging velvet green gown alongside her husband Boris on Monday evening at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Berlin

Preened to perfection, Lilly looked divine as she showed off her slender legs in the floor length number which featured a thigh high split.

Becker’s wrap detail celebrity dresses, which she teamed with black stilettos, also featured a plunging neckline and an exposed back.

With her blonde hair parted to the side and styled in loose curls, the mother-of-one highlighted her eyes with lash extensions and opted for nude lipstick.

A beaded necklace and sequinned clutch bag completed the Netherlands native’s look.

She’s bringing sexy back! The 39-year-old smouldered in the backless number as she posed for pictures

Make them green with envy: Becker wore her hair in loose curls parted to the side

Meanwhile, her better half Boris, who coaches Novak Djokovic, was dapper in a two piece tuxedo which he paired with black suede trainers.

The former tennis champion’s eldest son Noah, 22, was also in tow and joined his father and stepmother in the limelight.

The family outing comes after the couple previously revealed they hope to become British citizens.

In a joint interview with her husband last summer Lilly told HELLO! Magazine of her ambitions after moving to the capital and making it their permanent residence.

Family outing: Boris and Lilly were also joined by the tennis coach’s eldest son Noah

She said: ‘I wanted Amadeus to grow up in a place where he could make lifelong friends and where there is a great sense of community.’

The model, who used to live in Miami, continued: ‘When I look out from my window, I see young families, horses and dogs, so it couldn’t be better for us.’

‘I very much feel Wimbledon is home,’ Boris added of the couple’s home base in London.

‘It was always my emotional home, my sporting heritage. It was here I played my best and won my most important matches.’

Mind your step: Boris was seen moving Lilly’s dress along the red carpet to avoid a mishap

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