Killing Eve star Sandra Oh looks chic in shades of white and cream as she laughs with her pal during girls' lunch in LA... ahead of her hit show's season 2 finale in the US
She's the star of one of the biggest and most critically acclaimed shows on TV.
And while her Killing Eve character plays a very dangerous game of cat and mouse, off screen Sandra Oh was enjoying a much more relaxing day on Wednesday.
The award-winning actress looked super chic for a lunch with her girlfriends at West Hollywood's famed Sunset Tower, ahead of the airing of her show's season two finale in the US on Sunday.
The good life: Sandra Oh looked super chic for a lunch with her girlfriends at West Hollywood's famed Sunset Tower on Wednesday
Sandra, 47, looked gorgeous for her fun afternoon, pairing white wide-legged trousers with a long-line cream jacket dotted with a pretty black floral print layered over a bright purple top.
She accessorised with white and gold black heel sandals a polka dot clutch bag and shades.
It looked as though the actress had the time of her life at the two hour lunch, as she was spotted laughing uproariously while waiting at the hotel valet stand with her pals.
Looking chic: Sandra, 47, looked gorgeous for her fun afternoon, pairring white wide-legged trousers with a long-line cream jacket dotted with a pretty black floral print
The second series of Sandra's show Killing Eve has been airing in the US since April, with the finale airing this Sunday, but UK fans are having to wait until June for their next look at Eve and Villanelle's (played by Jodie Comer) escapades.
The first series swept the board at this month's British Academy Television Awards in the UK, scooping the coveted Best Drama Series, Best Actress for Jodie and Best Supporting Actress for Fiona Shaw.
Jodie beat co-star Sandra to the Best Actress prize while BAFTA bent its rules to allow the show's inclusion in the Best Drama Series category, which is usually restricted to shows that have their premiere in the UK.
Coming soon: The second series of Killing Eve has been airing in the US since April, but UK fans are having to wait until June for their next look at Eve and Villanelle's (Jodie Comer) escapades
She missed out on the BAFTA, but Sandra has been celebrating recently after being named Time Magazine's list of the 100 Most Influential People of 2019.
The Arliss actress was one of a select group of influential people who made it onto covers for the Time 100 issue, along with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Gayle King, Nancy Pelosi, Taylor Swift and Egyptian soccer star Mohammed Salah.
Her short piece was penned by Shonda Rhimes, who created Grey's Anatomy, the series that boosted Sandra to stardom.
Winner: The first series swept the board at this month's British Academy Television Awards in the UK, with Jodie beating Sandra to the Best Actress prize
While appearing on Grey's Anatomy, Sandra became the first woman of Asian descent to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
She later became the first Asian woman to win two Golden Globe awards and the first Asian woman to host the Golden Globes.
She became only the third Asian woman to host Saturday Night Live after her appearance in March.
Hit show: Killing Eve sees Sandra play an office-bound officer for MI5, the UK's domestic counter-intelligence agency, who is searching for the psychopathic assassin Villanelle
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