Emma Corrin stood out from the crowd in a colourful ensemble as they departed a hotel in New York on Friday.
The My Policeman star, 26, who uses the pronoun ‘they’, seemed in high spirits in a bold red sweater vest which they donned over a white and black stripped shirt.
They teamed the number with a pair of eye catching bright blue trousers and shiny black lace up boots.
Bold: Emma Corrin stood out from the crowd in a colourful ensemble as they departed a hotel in New York on Friday
The Crown star, who portrayed Princess Diana in the series, styled their short blonde tresses in natural curls and opted for a radiant palette of makeup.
The appearance comes after Emma spoke about the freedom of filming naked scenes with Jack O’Connell, 32, in Lady Chatterley’s Lover.
The movie is an adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s classic (and notoriously banned) erotic novel and will premiere on November 25 and on Netflix December 2.
Eye catching: The Policeman star, 26, who uses the pronoun ‘they’,seemed in high spirits in a bold red sweater vest which they donned over a white and black stripped shirt
Chic: They teamed the number with a pair of eye catching bright blue trousers and shiny black lace up boots
Emma plays Constance Chatterley, a woman who takes a lover (O’Connell) after her husband’s war injury prevents him from being physically intimate with her.
Speaking to The Cut, they said: ‘I’m so glad that it didn’t feel like gratuitous nudity. We spoke about that a lot when we started rehearsing.
‘We always wanted any sex scene, or any part of the film, to be totally justified in their experience, and also to evolve.
‘The last scene, when Connie goes to Scotland and she knows he’s behind her before he’s there, we filmed that quite near the beginning, and I’d forgotten. When I was watching it for the first time, it really got me.’
Incredible: The Crown star who portrays Princess Diana, styled theirs short blonde tresses in natural curls and opted for a radiant palette of makeup.
Emma will star opposite Harry Styles and David Dawson in Michael Grandage’s adaptation of My Policeman, in theaters on October 21 and streaming on Prime Video starting November 4.
The film centers on a forbidden romantic entanglement.
Emma and Harry play a couple named Marion, a schoolteacher, and Tom, a policeman whose trysts with Dawson’s Patrick, a gay museum curator, upend the relationship and lead to devastating consequences.
Emma said: ‘The nice thing about My Policeman is that it does show that, even though it’s so tragic in a way, freedom can take your whole life until you’re older to find, to know that you’re ready to leave.
Stylish: Emma was all smiles as they exited their hotel with pals
‘We fall in love with someone, especially the first time you experience love in that way, and you’re so desperate to receive it back, and you see her know subconsciously, from the get go, that Tom is not all there with her.
‘Suddenly, when he’s at his lowest point, when he knows that Patrick has been arrested and they won’t be together, there’s this dark but sort of justifiable part of Marion that thinks, “Okay, no, now he needs me. Now I can actually step up”.’
Emma was asked what audiences can learn from the women they have played.
They replied: ‘Michael Grandage, the director of My Policeman, talks about this a lot, that there’ll be a generation of people who really relate to this, the not having the freedom to love who they wanted to love, and the repercussions for everyone involved in their relationships because of that.
‘I think it will be incredibly cathartic or heartbreaking. It’s an important story to show, and to inspire discussion and talk about.’
They joked: ‘I only do period pieces. Only with complicated love triangles. No, I think that it’s that kind of thing where you have an awareness of it, especially if you’re thinking about your career going forward, and what kind of stuff you want to do. But it would never be the sole reason.’
My Policeman TEASER: Emma will star opposite Harry Styles and David Dawson in Michael Grandage’s adaptation of My Policeman, in theaters last week and streaming on Prime Video starting November 4