Vanessa Kirby is effortlessly chic in a black co-ord as she exits post-premiere party

She became a household name after starring as Princess Margaret in series one and two of Netflix hit The Crown.

And Vanessa Kirby continued to shine on Wednesday as she made a stylish exit from the Lost Daughter post-premiere party at London’s Soho House.

The actress, 33, looked effortlessly chic in a black co-ord and crisp white shirt as she left the venue and climbed into a waiting car with pals.

So chic: Vanessa Kirby continued to shine on Wednesday as she made a stylish exit from the Lost Daughter post-premiere party at London’s Soho House

Vanessa was elegant in the black, belted tunic and matching bootcut trousers, which she teamed with pointed black heels.

The TV personality sept her blonde tresses into a sleek ponytail, while she highlighted her features with a light palette of dewy make-up.

Vanessa appeared in great spirits as she walked out of the venue with a male companion, before sharing a car with a female pal.

She had earlier posed for snaps with The Lost Daughter stars Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson at the screening of the film. 

Style Queen: The actress, 33, looked effortlessly chic in a black co-ord and crisp white shirt as she left the venue and climbed into a waiting car with pals

Style Queen: The actress, 33, looked effortlessly chic in a black co-ord and crisp white shirt as she left the venue and climbed into a waiting car with pals

While she also rubbed shoulders with actor Jack Farthing, who also featured in the film.   

The Lost Daughter is a psychological drama written and directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal, and based on the novel of the same name by Elena Ferrante.

The anticipated movie had its world premiere at the 78th Venice International Film Festival on September 3, where Maggie won the Golden Osella Award for Best Screenplay.

The film also received a four-minute standing ovation from the audience at the Venice Film Festival.

Stunner: Vanessa was elegant in the black, belted tunic and matching bootcut trousers, which she teamed with pointed black heels

Stunner: Vanessa was elegant in the black, belted tunic and matching bootcut trousers, which she teamed with pointed black heels

Heading home: Vanessa appeared in great spirits as she walked out of the venue with a male companion, before sharing a car with a female pal

Heading home: Vanessa appeared in great spirits as she walked out of the venue with a male companion, before sharing a car with a female pal

It tells the story of Olivia, as Leda, a college professor, who while on a summer holiday, finds herself becoming obsessed with another woman (Dakota) and her young daughter, prompting memories of her own early motherhood to come back and unravel her.

The Lost Daughter also stars Peter Sarsgaard, Paul Mescal, Ed Harris and Oliver Jackson-Cohen.

Back in April, Vanessa detailed how Hollywood changed after #METOO was founded and admits she is a ‘very, very anxious and sensitive person’. 

The Crown star spoke with journalist and presenter, Josh Smith on Make It Reign: The Podcast about what happened to her career when the sexual abuse and harassment in Hollywood, particularly Harvey Weinstein, was exposed. 

What a trio: She had earlier posed for snaps with The Lost Daughter stars Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson at the screening of the film

What a trio: She had earlier posed for snaps with The Lost Daughter stars Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson at the screening of the film

Leading ladies: Vanessa looked amazing in monochrome as she posed alongside Olivia who wowed in an olive green number

Leading ladies: Vanessa looked amazing in monochrome as she posed alongside Olivia who wowed in an olive green number

Strike a pose: While she also rubbed shoulders with actor Jack Farthing, who also featured in the film

Strike a pose: While she also rubbed shoulders with actor Jack Farthing, who also featured in the film

She explained: ‘I noticed there was an overnight difference when the #METOO movement was founded, and the Weinstein thing happened. There was a difference in how people spoke to me or awareness around it.’ 

Vanessa admitted that due to her sensitive nature and anxiety she wanted to be an actress as she ‘feels things very deeply’ and said her self-doubt can be painful. 

In 2017, sexual-abuse allegations against Weinstein went viral with the hashtag on social media after actress Alyssa Milano sparked the movement on Twitter.

At the time, she penned:, ‘If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote ‘Me too’ as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem’, leading to a number of high profile responses. 

Vanessa noted: ‘I noticed there was an overnight difference when the #METOO movement was founded, and the Weinstein thing happened’. 

Opening up: Back in April, Vanessa detailed how Hollywood changed after #METOO was founded and admits she is a 'very, very anxious and sensitive person'

Opening up: Back in April, Vanessa detailed how Hollywood changed after #METOO was founded and admits she is a ‘very, very anxious and sensitive person’

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