Meryl Streep looks ready for bed in a robe-style coat and red stilettos in New York

She has been busy promoting her latest project Don’t Look Up.

And Meryl Street looked cheerful as she stepped out in a gray floral coat as she left her most recent interview on NBC’s Today Show in New York on Tuesday.

The 72-year-old actress looked cozy in the wrap robe that tied around the waist and somewhat resembled a dressing gown.

Chipper: Meryl Street looked cheerful as she stepped out in a gray floral jacket as she left her most recent interview on NBC's Today Show in New York on Tuesday

Chipper: Meryl Street looked cheerful as she stepped out in a gray floral coat as she left her most recent interview on NBC’s Today Show in New York on Tuesday

Meryl chose a colorful but cozy outfit to show off her classy side while wearing the statement outerwear.

The actress smiled gracefully for photos in the oversized long gray coat with floral details, which she paired with bright red pumps with a wavy accent.

The Devil Wears Prada Star Was Trendy While Working Out cat eye glasses, and accessorized her look with earrings.

She brushed her natural locks behind her in a relaxed style as she left the studio after her last interview promoting Don’t Look Up.

Snug: The 72-year-old actress looked cozy in the wrap robe that was tied around the waist and somewhat resembled a dressing gown

Snug: The 72-year-old actress looked cozy in the wrap robe that was tied around the waist and somewhat resembled a dressing gown

Snug: The 72-year-old actress looked cozy in the wrap robe that was tied around the waist and somewhat resembled a dressing gown

On the morning show with her co-star Jonah Hill, 37, they shared funny anecdotes about working together on the film.

Meryl and Jonah sat down with Today Show’s Savannah Guthrie and shared their experience collaborating on the sci-fi disaster comedy.

When Savannah asked Jonah what he calls the 21-time Oscar-nominated actress, Meryl jokingly replied, “Boss,” and Jonah was quick to agree.

Out: The actress smiled gracefully for photos in the oversized long gray coat with floral details, which she paired with bright red pumps with a wavy accent

Out: The actress smiled gracefully for photos in the oversized long gray coat with floral details, which she paired with bright red pumps with a wavy accent

Out: The actress smiled gracefully for photos in the oversized long gray coat with floral details, which she paired with bright red pumps with a wavy accent

Finishing touch: The Devil Wears Prada star was on trend when she wore cat eye glasses and accessorized her look with earrings

Finishing touch: The Devil Wears Prada star was on trend when she wore cat eye glasses and accessorized her look with earrings

Finishing touch: The Devil Wears Prada star was on trend when she wore cat eye glasses and accessorized her look with earrings

He added: “I call her the GOAT – the greatest of all time.”

Hilarity arose when Meryl revealed that at first she didn’t know what the word meant, just taking it as a cute nickname.

‘I thought it was cute. I thought, “Why is he calling me a GOAT?” And I kind of thought, “Well, you look a bit like a goat,” she said, to which Jonah replied, “Not true.”

Cheerful: Meryl looked better beaming at the onlookers as she left the TV interview

Cheerful: Meryl looked better beaming at the onlookers as she left the TV interview

Cheerful: Meryl looked better beaming at the onlookers as she left the TV interview

Relaxed: She brushed her natural locks behind her in a relaxed style as she left the studio after promoting Don't Look Up

Relaxed: She brushed her natural locks behind her in a relaxed style as she left the studio after promoting Don't Look Up

Relaxed: She brushed her natural locks behind her in a relaxed style as she left the studio after promoting Don’t Look Up

Dear co-stars: On the morning show with her co-star Jonah Hill, 37, they shared funny anecdotes about working together on the film

Dear co-stars: On the morning show with her co-star Jonah Hill, 37, they shared funny anecdotes about working together on the film

Dear co-stars: On the morning show with her co-star Jonah Hill, 37, they shared funny anecdotes about working together on the film

“I didn’t know what that meant,” Meryl revealed. ‘I am not informed.’

It was Jennifer Lawrence who came to the rescue and explained that the word was actually a great compliment.

“Jen (Lawrence) filled her in. Meryl said, “Oh, I think he keeps calling me a goat,” and then Jen Lawrence said, “No, it represents the greatest of all time.” It’s a huge compliment and not a grotesque diss that I would never say anyway.”

GOAT to love it: Meryl and Jonah sat down with Today Show’s Savannah Guthrie and shared their experiences collaborating on the sci-fi disaster comedy… When Savannah asked Jonah what he calls the 21-time Oscar-nominated actress, Meryl replied jokingly, “Boss” and Jonah quickly agreed, adding, “I call her the GOAT – the greatest of all time.”

In Don’t Look Up, Meryl plays the President of the United States, Janie Orlean, whose character is described as a self-centered woman who cares more about her image than running the country.

Meanwhile, Jonah plays her son and her White House chief of staff.

Don’t Look Up has an impressive A-list cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett, Kid Cudi, Tyler Perry, Ariana Grande, Timothee Chalamet, Chris Evans and Matthew Perry.

The film will hit theaters on December 10 and can also be streamed on Netflix from December 24.

She wasn’t sure: “I didn’t know what that meant,” Meryl revealed. ‘I am not informed.’ It was Jennifer Lawrence who came to the rescue and explained that the word was actually a big compliment

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