Claire Foy grabs attention in a stylish vintage-print suit at the launch of her new BBC drama A Very British Scandal
She is known for her portrayal of the young Queen Elizabeth II in the hit Netflix series The Crown.
And on Wednesday, Claire Foy gave a quirky demo as she stepped out on the red carpet for the launch of her new BBC drama A Very British Scandal, as she snatches another royal title.
The 37-year-old actress donned a stylish vintage-print pants and blazer combo for the event at the May Fair Hotel in London.
Stylish: Crown actress Claire Foy showcased a quirky display in an elegant vintage-print suit at the launch of her new BBC drama A Very British Scandal on Wednesday
Weird: The 37-year-old actress donned a stylish vintage print for the event at London’s May Fair Hotel
Claire wore flared pants that featured a pink and white abstract floral print with the same pattern detailed on her blazer jacket.
She wore a silky camisole underneath with an eyelash edging and opted out of props as she focused on her original costume.
The Crown star showcased her amazing complexion by choosing minimal makeup with just a dash of black eyeliner and a blush tinted lip.
Jolie: Claire wore flare pants that featured a pink and white abstract floral print with the same pattern detailed on her blazer jacket
Glowing! The Crown star showcased her amazing complexion choosing minimal makeup with just a dash of black eyeliner and a blush tinted lip
Fit for a royal: The award-winning actress could be seen stopping to pose for a photo on a dusty 1960s-style pink velvet sofa with butterfly decorations
She sported her hair with a shiny blow-dry and completed her look with black strappy heels barely there on her feet.
The award-winning actress could be seen stopping to pose for a photo on a dusty 1960s-style pink velvet sofa with butterfly decorations.
Claire plays the Duke’s step-grandmother Margaret Campbell in the BBC series with 50-year-old Paul Bettany as her husband.
The couple will play the Duke and Duchess of Argyll in the couple’s high-profile divorce drama in the 1960s.
New role! Claire plays Duke Margaret Campbell’s step-grandmother, Duchess of Argyll, in the BBC’s A Very British Scandal (above), which details her notorious 1963 divorce
Co-stars: Claire to star alongside Paul Bettany, 50, as Duke and Duchess of Argyll
Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll, was famous for her charisma, beauty and style, and topped the front pages as a divorce with charges of counterfeiting, theft, violence, drug use, recording secrecy, corruption and an explicit Polaroid photo. .
A Very British Scandal will explore the social and political climate of postwar Britain and examine attitudes towards women to consider whether institutional misogyny was prevalent at the time.
As her contemporaries, the press and the judiciary sought to vilify her, Margaret held her head held high with bravery and resilience, refusing to go quietly as she was betrayed by her friends and publicly humiliated by a society that reveled in her. fall. .
Early footage from the drama showed Claire in a fall setting while sporting a classic red lip and fingered hairstyle, and wearing a black winter coat with a chunky fur trim as well as a hat, gloves and a tartan scarf.
Glamor: Claire was seen in a fall setting as she sported a classic red lip and fingered hairstyle, and wore a black winter coat with a chunky fur trim as well as a hat, gloves and scarf in tartan in the first images of the series