She was honored earlier in the week with a Golden Globe nomination for her hit Netflix series Emily In Paris.
And Lily Collins celebrated her good news on Saturday as she and her fiancé Charlie McDowell, 37, visited some friends in Pasadena.
The 31-year-old actress was spotted sharing a hug with one friend and saying farewell as the couple prepared to drive away with their cute rescue dog Redford in tow.
Social time: Lily Collins, 31, rocked a casual look as she and her fiancé Charlie McDowell, 37, visited friends in Pasadena on Saturday with their dog Redford in tow
Lily rocked a low-key tan jacket with square breast pockets over a plain white shirt that was tied off above her midriff.
She paired her top with high-waisted light blue jeans that were rolled up slightly and tan flats that matched her jacket.
The Mank star wore her brunette locks straight and had a pair of sunglasses perched on top of her head, while she accessorized with a beige handbag.
Charlie wore a simple brown T-shirt with olive-colored pants, dark sneakers and a navy baseball cap.
Simple style: Lily wore a low-key tan jacket over a plain white shirt that was tied off above her midriff and high-waisted jeans
Both wore cloth masks to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, as did their friend.
Lily stopped to share a hug with him before the lovebirds drove away in their car.
Both she and her fiancé are the children of entertainment-industry royalty, as Lily is the daughter of Phil Collins and the actress Jill Tavelman, while Charlie is the son of Mary Steenburgen and A Clockwork Orange star Malcolm McDowell.
Charlie is a rising filmmaker, best known for his Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass–starring science fiction film The One I Love, as well as the sci-fi movie The Discovery, which starred Jason Segel and Rooney Mara.
That film also featured Robert Redford in a supporting role, and the legendary actor likely was the inspiration for their dog Redford’s name.
No fuss: Charlie wore a simple brown T-shirt with olive-colored pants, dark sneakers and a navy baseball cap
Love at first sight: The couple announced their engagement back in September. Lily admitted on Live With Kelly And Ryan that she knew they were destined for each other ‘the second’ she met Charlie
The two Hollywood offspring announced their engagement back in September.
‘I was very surprised by it, but it’s exactly what I would’ve wanted and he knew me so well, obviously,’ Lily said on Live With Kelly And Ryan.
She also admitted she knew they were destined for each other ‘the second’ she met Charlie.
‘I can’t believe I get to call myself a fiancée now. I was very surprised as to when and where it would happen. But it was kind of one of those situations where I knew the second that I met him, that I wanted to be his wife one day,’ she said.
Good luck: Lily was overjoyed on Wednesday morning when she was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series by the Golden Globes for Emily In Paris
Lily was overjoyed on Wednesday morning when it was announced that she had been nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy by the Golden Globes for her title performance in Netflix’s Emily In Paris.
She posted a cute photo of herself celebrating the good news with Redford.
‘I tried to share the excitement with @redforddog but maybe it’s still too early for him…’ she joked.
Not feeling it: ‘I tried to share the excitement with @redforddog but maybe it’s still too early for him…’ she joked in an Instagram post
‘So honored to be nominated for a Golden Globe! I’m beaming for both my @emilyinparis family (my first project as a producer!) — and the incredible @mank team. What a wild morning! Ecstatic and grateful doesn’t even begin to cut it…’
The Golden Globe nod is her second, after she was nominated by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in 2017 for her lead role in the Warren Beatty–directed film Rules Don’t Apply.
She added in her Insta Stories: ‘The greatest gift of playing Emily has been providing a sense of escapism and fun during a time when we all needed it most. I’m so proud of this show and so thankful to the HFPA, Netflix, Darren and the entire cast and crew without whom Emily would be truly lost.’
Lily was also busy on Thursday, when she and Hamilton actor Daveed Diggs announced the Screen Actors Guild Award nominations virtually via Instagram Live.
Double trouble: She was on a role and announced the SAG nominees virtually on Thursday with Hamilton’s Daveed Diggs