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Emilia Clarke keeps warm in LA in a fuzzy black vest

On Thursday night, she swung by the Critics’ Choice Awards, where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress In A Drama Series.

And earlier in the day, Emilia Clarke was photographed stepping out in Los Angeles in a casual ensemble that included stylish black kitten heels.

The London-born 31-year-old, who has starred on Game Of Thrones since the show first aired in 2011, warded off the wintry chill in a fuzzy black vest.

 

On the go: On Thursday, Emilia Clarke was photographed stepping out in Los Angeles in a casual ensemble that included stylish black kitten heels

Emilia let her platinum blonde hair down and pulled her sunglasses up onto the top of her head, clashing a pearl grey sweater with skintight black trousers.

She accessorized with a glinting, barely perceptible necklace, as well as with a large white handbag she cradled in her right arm.

The TV star, who according to Trulia has a $4.64 million mansion in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Venice, looked of course rather more formal that night.

Keeping warm: The London-born 31-year-old, who has starred on Game Of Thrones since the show first aired in 2011, warded off the wintry chill in a fuzzy black vest

Keeping warm: The London-born 31-year-old, who has starred on Game Of Thrones since the show first aired in 2011, warded off the wintry chill in a fuzzy black vest

Her hair was largely swept back, though she allowed a bit of fringe to dangle down at the front, and she draped her trim figure in a studded black cocktail dress.

Balancing on a pair of gleaming silver-toned ankle-strap heels, she grinned as she hit the blue carpet for the Critics’ Choice Awards, held at Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar.

Her role as Daenerys Targaryen on Game Of Thrones – which is adapted from a fantasy novel series by George R. R. Martin – earned Emilia her first Critics’ Choice Award nomination this year, though she did not end up winning.

Aglow: On Thursday night, she swung by the Critics' Choice Awards, where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress In A Drama Series

Aglow: On Thursday night, she swung by the Critics’ Choice Awards, where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress In A Drama Series

It was Ann Dowd who won in the category for her performance as Aunt Lydia on Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale, adapted from Margaret Atwood’s iconic 1985 book.

Game Of Thrones was nominated for three awards Thursday, winning none of them.

Peter Dinklage lost Best Supporting Actor In A Drama Series to Stranger Things’ David Harbour, and the show ceded Best Drama Series to The Handmaid’s Tale.

The winner: The gong in that category ended up going to Ann Dowd for The Handmaid's Tale

The winner: The gong in that category ended up going to Ann Dowd for The Handmaid’s Tale



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