Emma Corrin cut a casual figure leaving a London theatre after the opening night of her West End debut in ANNA X on Wednesday.
The actress, 25, who plays Anna, showed off her sense of style in a green bomber jacket and baggy trousers as she headed home from the Harold Pinter Theatre after her performance.
Her outing came as she shared a post about non-binary awareness week on her Instagram Story as well as a post on the definition of non-binary people after recently adding ‘they’ to her chosen pronouns.
Out and about: Emma Corrin cut a casual figure leaving the Harold Pinter London theatre after the opening night of her West End debut in ANNA X on Wednesday
New project: Emma has been seen heading to rehearsals for the show in recent weeks where she looked radiant on the first night
Leaving the theatre Emma wore a dark cap, grey trainers and carried a big handbag with her full of all the essentials.
She was seen hugging a group of friends after the show – in which she stars as a socialite called Anna.
The show is inspired by the Anna Sorokin case – a woman who posed as a billionaire heiress in New York and conned her way to the top of high society as a wealthy German heiress.
Debut: The actress, 25, showed off her sense of style in a green bomber jacket and baggy trousers as she headed home from the Harold Pinter Theatre after her performance
Anna Sorokin, who claimed to be a German heiress, is pictured in court in April 2019 – she posed as a billionaire heiress in New York and conned her way to the top of high society as a wealthy German heiress
Anna was only released from prison in March this year.
Sorokin was paid $320,000 by Netflix to consult on its new series about her. She used some of the money to pay off her victims, and is now looking for more work.
The website for the theatre writes: ‘Immersed in an addictive world of front-row fashion shows, private views, and endless parties, Anna and Ariel find themselves struggling to keep up with New York’s dazzling social elite. How far will two outsiders go to construct the identities they want? And at what price?’
Emma will appear in the show for a four-week run.
Earlier on Wednesday, Emma shared an article from the Gay Times about International Non-Binary Day and Non-Binary Awareness Week as well as a definition of non-binary.
Happy: She was seen hugging a group of friends after the show – in which she stars a socialite – inspired by the Anna Sorokin case of a woman who posed as a billionaire heiress in New York
It comes after Emma was pictured holding hands with Ibrahim ‘Ibby’ Njoya in a leafy part of London on Monday.
The Crown starlet is thought to have grown close to the art director, also 25, in recent weeks.
The outing comes a week after Emma changed her pronouns to she/they on her Instagram bio – meaning she is happy to be addressed by either.
Information: Her outing came as she shared a post about non-binary awareness week on her Instagram Story as well as a post on the definition of non-binary people
Style: Leaving the theatre Emma wore a dark cap, grey trainers and carried a big handbag with her full of all the essentials
Heading home: She looked happy as she made her way to a waiting car after the performance
Leading lady: Emma appears in Anna X alongside Informer actor Nabhaan Rizwan in what is her West End debut at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre
Ibrahim – who is called Ibby by his friends and has worked for Vogue and Gucci – looked relaxed during the stroll.
It is thought that the duo have gotten close lately, with a source telling The Sun: ‘It is early days for Emma and Ibby but they appear to get on very well.
‘He understands the world Emma is in and have plenty in common. They are very low key at the moment but she seems very happy.’
Stepping out: Emma dressed in a casual ensemble as she headed home after the show
Pals: Emma made sure to chat to her friends that had come to watch her after the show
Support: Her pals congratulated her after the opening night at the London theatre
Actress: The Crown beauty was escorted out of the building by members of staff from the theatre
MailOnline has contacted Emma’s representative for further comment.
The actress was last seen out in east London last Tuesday during a break from rehearsing for her play Anna X, where she chatted on the phone in the wake of the change to her online presence which came to light the previous day.
Eagle-eyed fans noticed the amendment as Emma also shared a series of stunning black and white images of herself wearing a make-shift breast binder using box-tape during a previous photoshoot by David-Simon Dayan.
All smiles: She looked happy as she chatted to her friends briefly after the opening night
Relaxed: Emma wore a varsity jacket and trainers, with a grey jumper and cream coloured trousers
Performance: The star worked her magic on stage alongside actor Nabhaan Rizwan (left)
Feedback: She talked to her pals about the performance briefly as she left
Drama: Anna X is a fictional imagining inspired by real life events
In the earlier social media updates, Emma shared her ‘intimate’ journey with buying her first breast binder with her Instagram followers on Monday afternoon.
Revealing the snaps were taken before she bought her first binder, Emma said: ‘Some time before I bought my first binder, messing around with @sirdavidsimon.
Emma went on to reveal she is on a ‘journey’ with lots of twists and turns, but admitted that she was ’embracing it’.
Candid: Emma changed her pronouns to she/they on Instagram and shared her journey with buying her first breast binder recently after taking part in a photoshoot
Pronouns: Eagle-eyed fans noticed the change in pronoun on Emma’s bio earlier this month
She wrote: ‘We used boxing wrap, thanks for capturing this with me, very intimate, very new, very cool. It’s all a journey right. Lots of twists and turns and change and that’s ok! Embrace it.’
Breast binding, also known as chest binding, is the act of flattening breasts by the use of constrictive materials. The term also refers to the material used in this act.
Emma also revealed the type of binder she uses, which is by LBGT and trans owned brand gc2b.
The star’s post received a wealth of support from her followers.
Many left heart emojis in the comments section, while singer Paloma Faith, wrote: ‘Beautiful pictures’.
Post: Revealing the snaps were taken before she bought her first binder, Emma said: ‘Some time before I bought my first binder, messing around with @sirdavidsimon’
Making a statement: The Crown actress (pictured in the Netflix show) had previously shared a picture of herself in a wedding gown that she captioned, ‘ur fave queer bride’
Love: The star’s post received a wealth of support from her followers
In June, Emma marked the end of pride month by sporting a rainbow jumper while out and about in London. Months earlier in April, Emma appeared to announce that she is ‘queer’.
She took to Instagram as she shared a picture from a spread in Pop magazine where she was clad in a wedding dress and veil.
She simply captioned the image: ‘ur fave queer bride’.
Emma has most recently will stared in LGBTQ+ drama My Policeman alongside Harry Styles, which wrapped filming last month.
Emma has kept tight-lipped on any talk surrounding her sexuality and dating life.
Back in October, she was asked by Stella magazine if there was a ‘boyfriend on the scene’, and replied: ‘I’d rather navigate this on my own. It’s nicer to feel like I’m taking care of me.’
MailOnline has contacted Emma’s representatives for comment.
Emma soared into the spotlight last year with her breakout role as Princess Diana in Netflix’s The Crown. The British star plays the late Royal in the fourth series of the drama, in a role which has won her widespread critical acclaim.
Close: It comes after Emma was pictured holding hands with Ibrahim ‘Ibby’ Njoya in a leafy part of London on Monday