Emilia Clarke put bohemian glamor in an elegant ensemble when she arrived at the studios of BBC Radio 2 on Tuesday morning.
The Game Of Thrones star looked effortlessly chic in an original textured sweater with brown accents and black details.
The gorgeous star combined the elegant sweater with a fitted black pencil skirt that hung at her slender waist with a big black belt.
Boho Babe: Emilia Clarke succeeded in bohemian glamor in an elegant ensemble when she arrived at the studios of BBC Radio 2 on Tuesday morning wearing a textured sweater and skirt
The little star increased her size in a pair of burgundy leather boots visible below.
The radiant actress arrived with a smile on her face and a pair of small gold frames.
Once Emilia got out of the car, she put on her beige cashmere coat and carried a handbag in the same earthy tones to complete her outfit.
Smiley: The Game Of Thrones star looked effortlessly chic in an original textured sweater with brown accents and black details
The latest Christmas star wore her auburn-tinted locks with a natural wave and opted for makeup barely there to accentuate her natural beauty.
The actress became famous when she played Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO series Game Of Thrones throughout its duration.
Appearing on the Zoe Ball radio show for breakfast, she revealed that her brother – who worked in the show’s camera department – managed to get him to take the real Targaryen flag out of the together, which he had given her for Christmas.
Glamor: The superb star associated the elegant sweater with a fitted black pencil skirt which attached to her slender waist with a big black belt
When the presenter asked her if she had managed to sweep anything away, she said, “I was such a frustrating girl, I didn’t do it, I didn’t do anything.
“ I followed the rules, however … I’m just going to say this live on the radio, my amazing brother who is in the camera department and also worked on the show, this Christmas gave me the best Christmas gift of all time.
“ He had in one of the battle scenes – I think he had a companion from a companion from a companion – anyway, he had one of the Targaryen flags, so I got it opened this Christmas and I burst into tears. I was literally like that, it takes pride of place because I keep asking Game of Thrones, please can I have a wig, a coat? I had eight.
Chic: the radiant actress arrived with a smile on her face and a pair of small gold frames
The mother of dragons is now heading for new challenges and will be trading dragons for seagulls this month when she stars in a starred production of Chekhov’s Seagull.
The play, which will debut at the Playhouse Theater on March 11, will last only eight weeks and is expected to be a huge success, as ticket sales are already booming.
The star recently spoke to Body and Soul magazine about how she treats celebrity the healthy way.
Beauty admitted: “I don’t search Google myself, I don’t look at anything,
Radiant star: Once Emilia got out of the car, she put on her beige cashmere coat and carried a handbag with the same earthy tones to complete her set
Natural beauty: the last Christmas star wore her auburn-tinted locks with a natural wave and opted for makeup barely there to accentuate her natural beauty
“And that is, for me, the recipe for success in dealing with fame and any subsequent failure.”
She continued, “I learned very, very early, after my first year [on Game of Thrones] and especially after my cerebral hemorrhages, to read nothing.
Emilia went on to say that she also wouldn’t tie her self-esteem to what others think of her.
“If you try not to link your self-esteem to what others perceive as success, then you are not going to link it to what people may perceive as failure.”
Radiant: Emilia to star in new production of The Seagull by Chekhov
Emilia previously admitted that “ Game of Thrones ” saved her life because it gave her something to focus away from her two brain aneurysms.
She said: “ I always say that Daenerys literally saved my life because it puts you in a pretty big space when you have had a brain injury.
“ Walking in his shoes, I just put a lot more in each season because it was really life or death. I felt so powerful that she saved me. I could only see her. It was my only focus that allowed me to think of nothing more frightening than just stepping on the set.
Flawless: The play, which will debut at the Playhouse Theater on March 11, will only last eight weeks and is expected to be a huge success with ticket sales already in full swing