‘This is Us’ Faithe Herman owned the 71st Emmy Awards’ Red Carpet And She’s Just 10

Little Annie Pearson aka Faithe Herman dazzles at the red carpet.

As kids, we probably didn’t even know the difference between the various sets of clothes choices available and what to select for us. But that’s not the case with Faithe Herman aka Annie Pearson who is just 10-years-old. The little star from the show ‘This is Us’ dazzled at the red carpet of the Emmy Awards 2019.

The young actress looked like a Disney princess in a yellow one-shouldered, billowing gown. Her gown was accessorized with a sparkly silver belt was embellished with studs. The 10-year-old star completed her look with stud earrings, and tied her luscious curly hair in a side pony adorned with hair accessories.

Onscreen Sisters from ‘This is Us’ pose together on the red carpet of 71st Emmy Awards.

In a byte with the media, she said that she feels amazing. She is having a fun time and is looking forward to partying with her co-stars after the awards. She posed with her onscreen elder sister, Tess Pearson aka Eris Baker, who looked stunning in a layered grey chiffon gown, on the red carpet.

The young actress hasn’t left everyone stunned with her red carpet appearance for the first time. She has continuously been standing out at her appearances during events and awards. One such appearance was when she showed up looking elegant as ever on the red carpet of the SAG awards 2019 wearing a royal-blue satin, ruffled mini dress by Valdrin Sahiti, which was secured with a black bow on waist.

Faithe Herman at SAG Awards 2019 in January. File Photo

Another appearance of her was at the 2019 NAACP Awards where she looked like a ballerina in a pink, one-shouldered custom Isabella Couture dress, which she had coupled with stud earrings from Adrianna Papell and Nina Kids shoes.

Faithe Herman at 50th NAACP Awards. File Photo

Faithe may just be 10-years-old but her fashion game is on point. She could actually impart some useful tips to several biggies on the red carpet.