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The Crown’s Emma Corrin looks underwhelmed as she steps out after her Golden Globes win

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PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: On Monday, Emma Corrin , 25, opted for a very low-key look in a hoodie and a pair of shades as she stepped out to pick up a coffee and some snacks, in North London

She received Best Actress in a Drama Series on the Golden Globes on Sunday night.

Yet, Emma Corrin, 25, regarded underwhelmed the next day as she donned a hoodie and pair of shades to select up a espresso and snacks, in North London on Monday.

In stark distinction to her glamorous award-ceremony apparel, the Crown star reduce a really informal determine for her outing, protecting her hood up and her head down.

Walking it off: Emma maintained a sombre expression throughout her walk

PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: On Monday, Emma Corrin , 25, opted for a really low-key look in a hoodie and a pair of shades as she stepped out to select up a espresso and a few snacks, in North London

Beneath her mild gray outer layer, the Grantchester actress wore a sage colored silk shirt. 

Emma strolled alongside in navy trousers as she pounded the pavement in a black pair of shoes, with her gray socks pulled up excessive.  

Going make-up free whereas popping to the retailers, her eyes had been shielded with black-out shades whereas her blonde tresses might be seen poking out beneath her hood.

Keeping it real: In stark contrast to her glamorous award-ceremony attire, the Crown star cut casual figure for her outing, keeping her hood up and her head down Peckish? Emma bought a takeaway coffee and snacks during her visit to a local cafe

Keeping it actual: In stark distinction to her glamorous award-ceremony apparel, the Crown star reduce informal determine for her outing, protecting her hood up and her head down

The night before: The Crown's Emma Corrin won the award for Best Actress in a Drama Series at the 2021 Golden Globes, on Sunday evening

The evening earlier than: The Crown’s Emma Corrin received the award for Best Actress in a Drama Series on the 2021 Golden Globes, on Sunday night

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Sore head? The Golden Globe winner ensured her sunglasses remained in place The morning after: The actress celebrated her momentous win at home due to the coronavirus pandemic

Sore head? The Golden Globe winner ensured her sun shades remained in place

Time to refuel! Emma opted for what looked to be a toastie to go with her coffee

Time to refuel! Emma opted for what seemed to be a toastie to go together with her espresso

Emma paid tribute to Princess Diana on Sunday night, after successful the Best Actress in a TV Drama Series on the 2021 Golden Globes.

The British star performs the late Royal within the fourth collection of the Netflix drama, in a task which has received her widespread essential acclaim.

An emotional Emma mentioned Diana – who died after a automotive crash in Paris in 1997 – had taught her ‘compassion and empathy past measure’ as she accepted the award, on an evening dominated by The Crown. 

Superstar: Although Emma stepped out without wearing make-up, and largely covered up, she was instantly recognisable Superstar: Although Emma stepped out without wearing make-up, and largely covered up, she was instantly recognisable

Superstar: Although Emma stepped out with out carrying make-up, and largely coated up, she was immediately recognisable  

Emma appeared nearly on the ceremony and was left nearly speechless when her title was introduced, as costar Olivia Coleman cheered her on.  

The star first thanked her ‘unbelievable forged’ and her ‘Prince Charming’ Josh O’Connor, saying: ‘I couldn’t have performed this with out you,’ earlier than praising Princess Diana.  

‘Most of all, thanks a lot to Diana,’ Emma mentioned, with her eyes raised to the sky.

‘You have taught me compassion and empathy past any measure that I might ever think about,’ she added, ‘and on behalf of everybody who remembers you so fondly and passionately, thanks.’        

Time to fuel up: After an evening of celebrating, the Golden Globe winner headed out to collect some brunch Coffee and carbs? Emma appeared to have opted for coffee and carbs

Coffee and carbs? Emma appeared to have opted for espresso and carbs

Chronicled: The British star plays the late Royal in the fourth series of the Netflix drama, in a role which has won her widespread critical acclaim (Diana is pictured in 1997)

Chronicled: The British star performs the late Royal within the fourth collection of the Netflix drama, in a task which has received her widespread essential acclaim (Diana is pictured in 1997)

Emma beat costar Olivia Colman, Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer, Ozark’s Laura Linney and Ratched’s Sarah Paulson in the most effective actress in a TV drama class.

After Emma’s title was introduced, Olivia was cheering for her and stood as much as give her a spherical of applause. 

Brits dominated the evening as The Crown got here away with a number of awards through the evening, together with Best Actor in a TV Series which went to Josh O’Connor, 30, who performs Prince Charles to Emma’s Lady Di.      

As the evening progressed, The Crown – which chronicles the lifetime of Queen Elizabeth II from the Nineteen Forties to fashionable instances – swept the board as it additionally picked up Best Drama Series. The present received the identical accolade in 2017. 

A star is born: Emma beat costar Olivia Colman, Killing Eve's Jodie Comer, Ozark's Laura Linney and Ratched's Sarah Paulson in the best actress in a TV drama category Supportive cast: After Emma's name was announced, Olivia was cheering for her and stood up to give her a round of applause

A star is born: Emma beat costar Olivia Colman, Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer, Ozark’s Laura Linney and Ratched’s Sarah Paulson in the most effective actress in a TV drama class

Winning duo: Season four of The Crown follows the beginning of Prince Charles' relationship with Princess Diana (above with fellow Golden Globe winner Josh O'Connor as Prince Charles)

Winning duo: Season 4 of The Crown follows the start of Prince Charles’ relationship with Princess Diana (above with fellow Golden Globe winner Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles)

Following that, Gillian Anderson, who portrays former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher within the drama, scooped Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series.

Season 4 of The Crown follows the start of Prince Charles’ relationship with Princess Diana.   

Emma later opened as much as Extra’s Rachel Lindsay about her response to Prince Harry’s current interview with James Corden, the place he revealed he watches the present.  

Prince Harry confirmed his loyalty to Netflix, with whom he has a multi-million pound contract, and defended The Crown, regardless of the present dealing with widespread criticism over its ‘twisted’ depiction of the Royal Family. 

On a mission: Emma looked like a woman on a mission as she walked with intent Focused: The Netflix star was out to pick up some refreshments after her big night

On a mission: Emma regarded like a girl on a mission as she walked with intent 

Speaking with James Corden, the Duke of Sussex, 36, gave his seal of approval to the Netflix present, which portrays his father Prince Charles as callous and self-serving and his grandmother the Queen as chilly. 

The fourth collection of The Crown which premiered final November, confirmed Charles assembly and marrying an harmless Diana whereas sustaining his affair with the then-married Camilla Parker-Bowles.

Scenes displaying Diana gorging on meals earlier than vomiting into a bathroom are so graphic that they carry on-screen warnings. 

He's a viewer: An emotional Emma also revealed she felt 'moved' by Prince Harry 's revelation that he watches The Crown during his recent appearance on James Corden 's The Late Late Show (pictured together above)

He’s a viewer: An emotional Emma additionally revealed she felt ‘moved’ by Prince Harry ‘s revelation that he watches The Crown throughout his current look on James Corden ‘s The Late Late Show (pictured collectively above)

Overnight success: Emma has been thrust into the limelight following her casting as Princess Diana in The Crown Critical acclaim: Her portrayal of the late princess was overwhelmingly applauded and now her Golden Globe win has cemented her in the history books

Overnight success: Emma has been thrust into the limelight following her casting as Princess Diana in The Crown

Prince Harry – who additionally name-dropped Netflix elsewhere within the interview – mentioned The Crown is ‘fictional’ however is ‘loosely primarily based on the reality’ and captures the sensation of being anticipated to place ‘responsibility and repair above household and every little thing else’.

Harry added he would like Homeland actor Damian Lewis to play him if his character ever seems on the present as an grownup.   

‘They do not faux to be information, it is fictional,’ Prince Harry mentioned of The Crown. ‘But it is loosely primarily based on the reality.   

What's next? As Emma recovers from her Golden Globes win, the question on everyone's lips is 'what will she do next?' Talented: The actress no doubt has filmmakers clamoring to have her star in their upcoming productions

What’s subsequent? As Emma recovers from her Golden Globes win, the query on everybody’s lips is ‘what’s going to she do subsequent?’ 

‘Of course it isn’t strictly correct nevertheless it loosely it provides you a tough thought of that way of life and the pressures of placing responsibility and repair above household and every little thing else and what can come from that.

‘I’m far more snug about The Crown than the tales I see written about my household, my spouse or myself.

‘Because it is the distinction between that is [the fact] clearly fiction, take it how you’ll – however that is reported on as truth since you’re supposedly information.’ 

Emma mentioned, ‘That actually moved me in a method that I wasn’t actually anticipating.’ 

Girl done good: Tunbridge Wells born Emma attended an all-girls boarding school, where she developed her interest in acting and dance Educated: The actress began her drama studies at the University of Bristol, but left to study Education, English, Drama and the Arts at Cambridge

Girl performed good: Tunbridge Wells born Emma attended an all-girls boarding faculty, the place she developed her curiosity in appearing and dance

She continued, ‘When we’re making a present, we’re researching a present, on the one hand clearly we’re coping with actual individuals whose lives inform the characters that we then type.

‘But then again it is intensely fictional, so truly whenever you’re doing a job it does not discover it up to now faraway from the true particular person and the people who find themselves nonetheless alive… 

‘It’s not one thing I ever felt I wanted him to deal with or wanted anybody to deal with, however truly listening to him say it, I’m glad that he loved it, I really feel moved and grateful for these phrases.’