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Naomi Watts models a white shirt and black skirt as she arrives on the NYC set of Feud: Capote’s Women in which she will play socialite Babe Paley

Naomi Watts was spotted in New York City on Monday as she arrived to work on the set of the upcoming series Feud: Capote’s Women.

The 54-year-old star is set to play socialite Babe Paley in the TV series about author Truman Capote.

The Mulholland Drive actress was clad in a classic white button-up shirt and a long black skirt. She looked every bit the glamorous movie siren as she added a pair of oversized black sunglasses. 

On the scene! Naomi Watts was spotted in New York City on Monday as she arrived to work on set of the upcoming series Feud: Capote's Women

On the scene! Naomi Watts was spotted in New York City on Monday as she arrived to work on set of the upcoming series Feud: Capote’s Women

The UK-born entertainer – who has been busy this fall promoting her new hit show The Watcher – wore her blonde locks in a wispy bob with the ends flared out, adding volume.

She carried a red backpack over one of her shoulders and kept her phone in a black leather case positioned crossbody-style over her torso. 

The longtime performer was makeup-free and she kept a white face mask on her wrist for safekeeping.

Her maxi skirt boasted a side slit that bared a bit of her leg as she walked through the city. 

Attire: The 54-year-old Mulholland Drive star was clad in a classic white button-up shirt and a long black skirt

Attire: The 54-year-old Mulholland Drive star was clad in a classic white button-up shirt and a long black skirt

Naomi walked around in black Oxford shoes with a slight platform and thin laces.

At one point she swapped over large, oval-shaped shades for large, black-rimmed eyeglasses.

She rolled up the sleeves of her shirt as she prepared to get to work on the Ryan Murphy FX limited series.

In Feud – an anthology – Watts will take on the role of Babe Paley, a socialite ‘who ruled the glamorous world of New York society in the 1960s and 70s,’ according to Deadline.

The show is adapted from the Laurence Leamer-authored book Capote’s Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era.

Stylish: She looked every bit the glamorous movie siren as she added a pair of oversized black sunglasses

Stylish: She looked every bit the glamorous movie siren as she added a pair of oversized black sunglasses

In addition to her on-screen endeavors, the award-winning actress recently helmed Stripes, a brand dedicated to representing menopausal women.

Naomi said she felt there was a ‘clear’ need for the beauty industry to accommodate the ‘scalp to vag’ impact caused by the changes in hormones.

‘It became clear to me that even though some brands were catering towards women of my age group, I didn’t feel like they were representing the women in an honest way, whether it was through their ad campaigns or just their general messaging,’ she dished to InStyle

Businesswoman: In addition to her on-screen endeavors, the award-winning actress recently helmed Stripes, a brand dedicated to representing menopausal women

Businesswoman: In addition to her on-screen endeavors, the award-winning actress recently helmed Stripes, a brand dedicated to representing menopausal women

Naomi – whose company includes ‘hair and body stuff’ such as ‘Dews As I Do’ brightening serum and ‘The Crown Pleaser’ densifying hair mask – also felt it was important to add ‘vaginal products’ to combat dryness caused by menopause.

She said: ‘We included hair and body stuff, and then the vaginal products because that’s also an area that suffers.

‘One thing people say about menopause is that the libido lessens, and of course it does a little bit because our hormones are not driving our moods anymore. But it doesn’t mean we stop thinking about sex or we stop wanting sex; we still have desire.’

Date: Naomi was accompanied by beau Billy Crudup at her Stripes launch party last month

Date: Naomi was accompanied by beau Billy Crudup at her Stripes launch party last month

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