She’s famous for her quirky sense of style.
And Helena Bonham Carter donned yet another kooky look as she headed out for a stroll in north London on Thursday.
The actress, 57 donned an ankle-length dark skirt dress complete with a collar ruff-style neck cardigan.
The Harry Potter star could be seen with a brown woollen coat slung over one shoulder as she walked around the Camden area.
Helena scraped her dark looks up into a bun and completed the look with a pair of glasses which rested upon her head and padded round in a pair of casual trainers.
What’s up? Helena Bonham Carter looked unimpressed as she pouted her way round Primrose Hill in London wearing a dark regal outfit
Quite LeStrange: The Harry Potter actress looked somewhat subdued as she clutched her phone and car keys
But the Les Miserables star looked somewhat subdued as she went about her day with her phone in one hand and clutching onto a set of car keys in the other.
Earlier this month, Helena attended a Clarence House reception where she curtsied upon meeting Queen Camilla.
Helena, who played the role of Princess Margaret in The Crown, sported a vibrant floral dress, a pearl necklace and bright red lipstick, performed a deep curtsey as she greeted the beaming Queen.
The evening’s reception in London was held to mark 30 years of the Forward Arts Foundation, which promotes public knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of poetry in the UK and Ireland.
The Queen appeared relaxed as she posed for a picture and chatted with actress Helena, despite her role in the controversial Netflix drama.
Sweeney Todd actress Helena then rounded off the reception with a reading of a poem by William Stafford called Yes.
Netflix’s latest decision to allow Princess Diana’s ghost to appear in front of her ex-husband and the late Queen in the series has been slammed by royal experts as ‘profoundly tasteless’ and ‘absolutely deplorable’
Diana, played by Elizabeth Debicki, will have an emotional reconciliation with a grieving Charles, played by Dominic West, in the sixth and final series of the show.
Royal guest! Earlier this month, Helena attended a Clarence House reception where she curtsied upon meeting Queen Camilla
In January, the actress suggested that now Peter Morgan’s popular series, which is based on the Royal Family but also weaves in fictional storylines, has caught up to more recent times it should come to a close.
She told The Guardian: ‘I should be careful here too, but I don’t think they should carry on, actually. I’m in it and I loved my episodes, but it’s very different now.
‘When started it was a historic drama, and now it’s crashed into the present. But that’s up to them.’