Vanessa Kirby cuts a casual figure as she steps out in a Come Dine With Me inspired blue t-shirt and cropped jeansBy Bryony Jewell For
Vanessa Kirby cuts a casual figure as she steps out in a Come Dine With Me inspired blue t-shirt and cropped jeans
She had to head back to London after her latest film Mission: Impossible 7 paused production in Venice over coronavirus fears.
And Vanessa Kirby appeared to be making the most of the downtime as she stepped out in London to meet an estate agent on Wednesday.
The Crown star, 32, cut a casual figure in a navy blue Come Dine With Me inspired t-shirt which referenced one of the show’s now infamous moments.
Looking good: Vanessa Kirby, 32, cut a casual figure in jeans and a navy blue Come Dine With Me inspired t-shirt as she stepped out in London on Wednesday
To complete her chilled out look Vanessa donned a pair of light denim jeans which were slightly cropped at her ankles.
The blonde beauty added a splash of colour to her ensemble by wearing leopard print sliders and a pair of black sunglasses.
Vanessa’s round-neck tee displayed the words ‘enjoy the money, Jane’, an apparent nod to the ITV show’s former contestant Peter Marsh’s epic rant after he lost.
He turned on the winner, rival cook Jane Smith, telling her ‘enjoy the money, I hope it makes you very happy, dear lord what a sad little life Jane’ in an episode which aired back in 2016 and has become part of TV history.
Big fan? The Crown star donned a top with the words ‘enjoy the money, Jane’ across the front in an apparent reference to Come Dine With Me contestant Peter Marsh’s epic rant on the show
Vanessa was recently in Venice shooting the new action film, but producers pulled production temporarily to protect actors and the public from the disease.
Her co-star Simon Pegg revealed that Paramount Pictures were ‘very cautious’ over the spread of the infection near to their location, and that they were left with no option but to suspend shooting.
It comes after Tom Cruise was forced to hole up in one of the city’s luxury hotels after action scenes on gondola boats could not go ahead.
Speaking on BBC Radio 6, when asked whether he was shooting the franchise’s seventh installment, Simon replied: ‘[We’re] not in Venice, that’s where I’m supposed to be.
Relaxed: Vanessa wore her blonde tresses down for her trip out in the city and completed her look with a pair of leopard print sliders
‘Paramount were very cautious and sensible I think and pulled the production out of Venice.
‘It’s a big group of people, we were shooting carnival sequences and it was just unwise to remain so we bugged out.
Simon, who plays technical agent Benji Dunn in the series, continued: ‘I think it would be indelicate to complain about anything other than the fact that there was a lot of disruption for everyone.’
M:I7 star Tom had been due to begin filming in some of the most picturesque and popular parts of the floating city but production was put in limbo after authorities put a total lockdown in place in order to stop further spread of the deadly disease.
Next project: Vanessa was recently in Venice shooting for the new Mission Impossible film, but producers pulled production temporarily due to coronavirus (pictured with Tom Cruise)