She has been blazing the promo trail with Little Women. Yet Emma Watson was taking some time off from work on Thursday night as she headed out for dinner in London while looking low-key. The Harry Potter star was showcasing her brunette locks, which are a removal from the honey blonde shades she has rocked previously.
Emma looked elegant in her warm winter coat as she stepped out in the wool coat which masked her mini skirt ensemble underneath. She boosted her height with a pair of trendy pointed ankle boots in black leather, which gave a further nod to her edgy style.
Her dark tresses were worn in tumbling lengths and a ᴅᴇᴀᴅ straight style, which helped show off the bold dark shade. Emma hit headlines when she hid free copies of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women by iconic memorials around London.
The actress started her mission in Gordon Square as she hid a series of books by the Noor Inayat Khan statue, where she was greeted by a furry squirrel in the park.
Beaming with delight, she enthused: ‘Hi friend, I don’t have anything for you. Making friends where we go!’
Noor (1914 – 1944) was a Britain’s first Muslim war heroine and was recognised for her work in the Special Operations Executive during WWII. Emma’s next stop was to the Agatha Christie statue near Covent Garden, where she neatly positioned three books at the bottom of the landmark.