Wrapping up warm! Cressida Bonas looks chic in an oversized coat and dungarees as she leaves Jermyn Street Theatre after another performance

  • Actress, 29, opted for casual look as she left London's Jermyn Street Theatre
  • She completed her ensemble with a grey T-shirt underneath and white trainers
  • Cressida is currently starring as a dog in play The Dog Beneath the Skin 

She's nearly mid-way through the run of her new play, and Cressida Bonas looked pleased following another successful performance on Saturday night.

The actress, 29, wrapped up warm in an oversized tan coat as she left the Jermyn Street Theatre in London.

Opting for a dressed-down look, she completed her ensemble with a grey T-shirt and denim dungarees, along with a pair of white trainers.  

Cressida may be suffering from the physical nature of her role - which sees her playing a dog - as she was seen carrying a pink foam roller under her arm, used to give yourself a deep muscle massage. 

Cressida Bonas, 29, wrapped up warm in an oversized tan coat as she left the Jermyn Street Theatre in London after another successful performance 

Cressida Bonas, 29, wrapped up warm in an oversized tan coat as she left the Jermyn Street Theatre in London after another successful performance 

Nevertheless, Cressida looked in high spirits as she left the theatre, flashing a wide smile to cameras.  

Wearing her blonde locks down in loose curls, she displayed a natural make-up look as she headed home for the evening.

Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend is currently playing a dog in The Dog Beneath the Skin, which opened last week. 

The play, written by W. H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood, is a social satire set in post-WWII Europe.  

The actress, 29, completed her dressed-down look with a grey T-shirt and denim dungarees 

The actress, 29, completed her dressed-down look with a grey T-shirt and denim dungarees 

Cressida may be suffering from the physical nature of her role - which sees her playing a dog - as she was seen carrying a pink foam roller under her arm
Foam rollers are used to give yourself a deep muscle massage

Cressida may be suffering from the physical nature of her role - which sees her playing a dog - as she was seen carrying a pink foam roller under her arm 

Prior to the production, Cressida explained how her parents - Lady Mary Gaye Curzon and Jeffrey Bonas - didn't want her to be actress.

Speaking to The Times, she said: 'Especially my dad, as he is an academic; he was a history don at Oxford, at Oriel, but not any more.

'He always wanted me to be a teacher and if I wasn’t acting that’s what I would be doing. And my mum would rather I was doing something more secure and stable.' 

Cressida's previous roles include playing George Orwell's wife in the play Mrs Orwell, and starring in one-woman play An Evening With Lucian Freud. 

Cressida wore her blonde locks down in loose curls, while displaying a natural make-up look 

Cressida wore her blonde locks down in loose curls, while displaying a natural make-up look 

Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend looked in good spirits following another performance in The Dog Beneath The Skin 

Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend looked in good spirits following another performance in The Dog Beneath The Skin 

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