Emilia Clarke cut a casual figure as she headed to the supermarket in London on Tuesday.
The Game Of Thrones star, 35, showcased her radiant complexion as she went make-up free beneath a pair of chic shades for the outing.
Emilia wore a padded green jacket over a black top, paired with skinny jeans and tan boots for her outing.
Emilia Clarke cut a casual figure as she headed to the supermarket in London on Tuesday
She wore her brunette tresses in a tousled updo and carried a striped tote bag,
Emilia looked relaxed on her outing and was seen enjoying a refreshing drink of orange juice.
This comes after it was announced Emilia and Chiwetel Ejiofor are set to star in the sci-fi rom-com The Pod Generation.
The Game Of Thrones lead and Oscar-nominated 12 Years A Slave talent will play a couple set to start a family in a very futuristic way in the Sophie Barthes-directed flick.
Filming will begin in March 2022, according to Variety.
The studio describes the story saying: ‘Set in a near future where AI is all the rage and nature is becoming a distant memory, the story revolves around Rachel (Clarke) and Alvy (Ejiofor), a New York couple who are ready to take their relationship to the next level and start a family.’
‘Rachel’s work gives them a chance to use a new tool developed by a tech giant, Pegasus, which offers couples the opportunity to share pregnancy on a more equal footing via detachable artificial wombs, or pods.
‘Alvy, a botanist and devoted purist, has doubts, but his love for Rachel prompts him to take a leap of faith. And so begins the wild ride to parenthood in this brave new world.’
Director Barthes said of the project: ‘Working with Emilia and Chiwetel as a couple on screen is a dream come true.’
‘Emilia’s versatility, her disarming sense of humor and capacity to navigate complex emotions are a perfect match to Chiwetel’s charisma and extraordinary screen presence.’
Barthes added that the ‘idea of the artificial womb as either doom or liberation for women is inherently comedic material.’
Barthes previous features include Cold Souls and Madame Bovary, which was screened at Sundance, Toronto, Deauville and Telluride film festivals.