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Emma Watson cuts a stylish figure in a stone trench coat while lingerie shopping

Emma Watson cuts a stylish figure in a stone trench coat as she flashes a coy smile while lingerie shoppingBy Niomi Harris For Mailonl

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Emma Watson cuts a stylish figure in a stone trench coat as she flashes a coy smile while lingerie shopping

She’s famed for playing Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films based on J.K Rowling’s book series.

And Emma Watson flashed a coy smile as she nailed off-duty chic while out shopping at Tallulah Lingerie in north London on Saturday.

The actress, 30, looked stylish in a stone coloured trench coat as she made her way about town during the low-key outing.

Out and about: Emma Watson flashed a coy smile as she nailed off-duty chic while out shopping at Tallulah Lingerie in north London on Saturday

Out and about: Emma Watson flashed a coy smile as she nailed off-duty chic while out shopping at Tallulah Lingerie in north London on Saturday

The star teamed her slick outerwear with a simple plain white T-shirt, black skinny jeans and monochrome trainers.

Emma styled her tresses into a half up, half down style, while she looked radiant with a minimal palette of make-up.

The Little Women star looked pleased with herself as she carried her bag of goodies out of the store, while also clutching onto her floral water bottle and face mask. 

Last month, Emma weighed in on the ‘transphobia’ row sparked by J.K. Rowling hours after the best-selling author penned an essay defending her stance. 

Looking good: The actress, 30, looked stylish in a stone coloured trench coat as she made her way about town during the low-key outing

Looking good: The actress, 30, looked stylish in a stone coloured trench coat as she made her way about town during the low-key outing

Emma’s comments came after the acclaimed novelist penned a deeply personal essay to address the controversy, revealing she was sexually assaulted in her 20s and saying she still feels the scars of ‘domestic violence’ in her first marriage.

The screen star wrote on Twitter: ‘Trans people are who they say they are and deserve to live their lives without being constantly questioned or told they aren’t who they say they are.

‘I want my trans followers to know that I and so many other people around the world see you, respect you and love you for who you are.’

Speaking out: Last month, Emma weighed in on the 'transphobia' row sparked by J.K. Rowling hours after the best-selling author penned an essay defending her stance

Speaking out: Last month, Emma weighed in on the ‘transphobia’ row sparked by J.K. Rowling hours after the best-selling author penned an essay defending her stance

She went on to say that she was proud to donate to charities such as Mermaids and Mama Cash before encouraging her fans to do the same.

Emma concluded: ‘Happy #Pride2020 Sending love x.’

Rowling, 54, was hit by what she described as ‘relentless attacks’ after she took issue with an online article ‘people who menstruate’.

Support: Emma , who played Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films based on Rowling's book series, took to Twitter in June

Support: Emma , who played Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films based on Rowling’s book series, took to Twitter in June

She tweeted to her 14.5m followers on Saturday: ‘I’m sure there used to be a word for those people. Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?’

Her remarks sparked backlash from a range of other stars including Daniel Radcliffe, who played Harry Potter in the film franchise of the series, and Eddie Redmayne, who stars in Ms Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts films.

But she has since answered her critics with a 3,663 word essay posted on her website on Wednesday under the headline: ‘J.K. Rowling Writes about Her Reasons for Speaking out on Sex and Gender Issues.’

Disagreements: It comes after JK Rowling, 54, was hit by what she described as 'relentless attacks' after she took issue with an online article 'people who menstruate'

Disagreements: It comes after JK Rowling, 54, was hit by what she described as ‘relentless attacks’ after she took issue with an online article ‘people who menstruate’

Controversy: The Harry Potter author opened up after facing a barrage of criticism for questioning the phrase 'people who menstruate'

Controversy: The Harry Potter author opened up after facing a barrage of criticism for questioning the phrase ‘people who menstruate’

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