Phoebe Dynevor dons an unbuttoned white shirt and camel varsity jacket at Knives Out 2 screening

Phoebe Dynevor dons an unbuttoned white shirt and camel varsity jacket as she stars in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery screening

Phoebe Dynevor looked chic as she attended a special screening and Q&A for Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery at The Curzon Mayfair in London on Sunday.

The 27-year-old actress caught the eye in a camel varsity jacket that she donned over a white unbuttoned shirt and black trousers.

Accessory to a brown Louis Vuitton handbag, she posed with OffTheRails editor Amy Verity, who put on a dazzling display in a shiny red coat.

Looks good: Phoebe Dynevor (right) looked chic as she attended a special screening and Q&A for Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery at The Curzon Mayfair in London on Sunday

Also in attendance were Mika Simmons, Aki Omoshaybi, Sophia Nomvete, Ismael Cruz, Charlotte Colbert and Philip Colbert.

Martha Ward, Nadine Leopold, Margaret Clunie and Luc Roegattends also made sure to dress up for the star-studded event.

Phoebe flew under the radar on Sunday when she took a walk with her mother Sally, while both actresses wore casual ensembles.

Stunning: The actress, 27, (left) caught the eye in a camel varsity coat she layered over a white unbuttoned shirt and black pants as she posed with Amy Verity (right)

Outfit: Mika Simmons wore a black blouse and matching pants while Aki Omoshaybi looked suave in a navy blue suit

What a couple! Sophia Nomvete and Ismael Cruz Cordova seemed excited

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While the actress has appeared on soap operas as Sally Metcalfe in the ITV soap Coronation Street since 1986, her daughter has only recently become famous.

She gained worldwide recognition after starring as the character Daphne in the Bridgerton family of the same name, after a string of child acting and a role in Waterloo Road.

The casual Sunday walk came after a busy week for the star, who headed to Paris to attend the Louis Vuitton show during the city’s fashion week.

Gorgeous: Martha Ward looked trendy in a plaid gray coat and jeans

Fashion ahead: Nadine Leopold (left) sported an unmissable display in a red-and-black coat, while Margaret Clunie (right) wore a gray turtleneck

Smart: Luc Roegattends looked neat in a blue top and a gray blazer

Phoebe looked stunning at the fashion event and formed a storm as she joined a slew of A-listers.

And it looks like her schedule isn’t going to slow down anytime soon, with the beauty recently cast in a new spy thriller Inheritance.

According to the Hollywood reporterPhoebe will play a daughter who is thrown into a world of “secret and crime” after her estranged father suddenly reappears.

Watch closely: Glass Onion will play in major US theater chains for just one week, November 23-29, and UK cinemas on November 25, before premiering on Netflix on December 23

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