Bella Hadid suffers EPIC wardrobe malfunction as she exposes too much in thigh-split gown

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BELLA HADID’S first official appearance at the 70th Cannes Film Festival certainly didn’t go to plan tonight, all thanks to her racy ensemble.

Bella Hadid revealed far too much at the Cannes opening ceremony tonight

The supermodel managed to flash her underwear to the world as she arrived at the opening ceremony and premiere of Ismael’s Ghosts in the French resort.

Just hours after wowing in a leg-baring outfit for a lunch date with Hailey Baldwin, the 20-year-old had a major wardrobe malfunction in her jaw-dropping silver frock.

As she greeted Susan Sarandon and posed on the red carpet, Bella’s dramatic gown came apart at the front thanks to a daringly high slit.

As the dress split, it was impossible to miss the beauty’s underwear as well as her endless pins.

Bella Hadid flashed her knickers to the world’s media
Bella Hadid exposed too much as she greeted Susan Sarandon

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However, Bella seemed far from concerned about her knicker-flash as she continued to wow ahead of the screening.

Wearing her tresses down in a natural wave, the American made the most of her cleavage in the plunging, strapless look.

She teamed the jaw-dropping number with matching, embellished heels and a blue pendant before getting assistance from her father Mohammed to walk inside.

Susan, 70, didn’t leave all the risqu dresses for her younger companions, exposing her ample assets in a green, off-the-shoulder creation.

Keeping her sunglasses on, the film star cosied up to Julianne Moore while flashing plenty of thigh in black stilettos.

Also in attendance for the French drama featuring Marion Cotillard was Eva Herzigova, Adrien Brody, Lily-Rose Depp and Naomie Harris.

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