Cressida Bonas cuts a casual figure in a boyfriend jumper and skinny jeans on night out

She always manages to look effortlessly chic. 

So it was no wonder Cressida Bonas was a visoon of beauty as she stepped out in London following another outstanding performance in highly abstract play The Dog Beneath The Skin.

Cutting a casual figure on the outing, the 29-year-old actress proved that less is more in a jumper and jeans. 

Stepping out: Cressida Bonas was a visoon of beauty as she stepped out in London following another outstanding performance in highly abstract play The Dog Beneath The Skin

Stepping out: Cressida Bonas was a visoon of beauty as she stepped out in London following another outstanding performance in highly abstract play The Dog Beneath The Skin

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Sheathing her sensational figure, the blonde beauty donned an oversized grey and black striped jumper that she teamed with skinny jeans. 

Injecting a splash of colour into her ensemble, the former flame of Prince Harry toted a large aqua handbag. 

The natural beauty finished off the look by styling her glossy golden locks in loose waves that framed her pretty features.  

Still turning heads! Sheathing her sensational figure, the blonde beauty donned an oversized grey and black striped jumper that she teamed with skinny jeans
Chic: Cutting a casual figure on the outing, the 29-year-old actress proved that less is more in a jumper and jeans

Still turning heads! Sheathing her sensational figure, the blonde beauty donned an oversized grey and black striped jumper that she teamed with skinny jeans

Cressida has been making her evening exits after performing in The Dog Beneath The Skin.

The eccentric role sees the actress play a dog jealous of its owner's fiancée and she leaps about the stage as the pet whose owner Alan is due to marry his ladylove Iris.

Slipping into the role with ease, Prince Harry's ex wears an animal mask for her part in the play written by WH Auden and Christopher Isherwood. 

Blonde bombshell: The natural beauty finished off the look by styling her glossy golden locks in loose waves that framed her pretty features

Blonde bombshell: The natural beauty finished off the look by styling her glossy golden locks in loose waves that framed her pretty features

The ensemble piece, set in post-WWI Europe, sees Cressida starring alongside rising stars Pete Ashmore, Edmund Digby Jones and Eva Feiler.

Cressida first garnered the attention of the spotlight when she was going steady with Prince Harry after they were introduced by Princess Eugenie in 2012.

The former flames went their separate ways for good after two years together and it is believed she is invited to Prince Harry's lavish wedding.

She has also mended her heartache from their split as she is now in a relationship with Old Harrovian Harry Wentworth-Stanley. 

All about the accessories: Injecting a splash of colour into her ensemble, the former flame of Prince Harry toted a large aqua handbag

All about the accessories: Injecting a splash of colour into her ensemble, the former flame of Prince Harry toted a large aqua handbag

 

 

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Cressida Bonas cuts a casual figure in a boyfriend jumper in London

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