Helena Bonham Carter styles a navy skirt with a padded black coat as she treats herself to a casual stroll
She’s been nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Princess Margaret in The Crown at this year’s Golden Globes.
The actress, 54, displayed her signature quirky style as she teamed a black padded coat with a flowy denim skirt.
Dressed down: Helena Bonham Carter enjoyed some downtime ahead of this year’s Golden Globes as she strolled across north London on Thursday amid the coronavirus pandemic
Opting for comfort, the screen star wrapped up against the chilly climes in thick tights and a thick purple scarf.
The Islington native added a touch of sporty chic into her appearance by rounding off her outfit with classic canvas trainers.
With her tresses scraped into a high bun, the brunette covered her mouth in a protective face mask.
Typically edgy: The actress, 54, who has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Princess Margaret in The Crown, displayed her quirky style in her outfit
The thespian’s appearance came after it was announced that she and David Mitchell have joined the stellar cast on BBC One’s new comedy series, The Cleaner.
The sitcom has been written by The Inbetweeners star Greg Davies, who will play the lead role of cleaning technician Paul ‘Wicky’ Wickstead.
Screenwriter Greg said he is ‘thrilled’ Helen who has just scooped a Golden Globe nomination for her portrayal of Princess Margaret in The Crown, and Peep Show’s David, 46, will star in the series.
The Cleaner is based on the multi award winning long-running German comedy series Der Tatortreiniger (Crime Scene Cleaner) created by Ingrid Lausund.
Impressive: The thespian’s outing came after it was announced that she and David Mitchell have joined the stellar cast on BBC One’s new comedy series, The Cleaner (pictured in 2020)
It will follow Paul ‘Wicky’ (Greg), who is a crime scene cleaner responsible for the removal of any signs of death.
Armed with chemicals, scrubbing brushes and cleaning rags, Wicky removes the gruesome mess at the scene of the crime.
When carrying out his duties, he stumbles across the strangest of people: from the victim’s relatives, employers, neighbours and acquaintances, to occasionally even the murderers themselves.
Starring alongside Helena, Greg and David is Stephanie Cole (Still Open All Hours), Donald Sumpter (Game Of Thrones) and Shobu Kapoor (Four Weddings and a Funeral).
Action! The sitcom has been written by The Inbetweeners star Greg Davies (pictured), who will play the lead role of cleaning technician Paul ‘Wicky’ Wickstead