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The Crown’s Emma Corrin models Miu Miu spiky grey jumper before running down the corridor

Emma Corrin celebrated finishing filming the LGBT movie in style as she took to Instagram on Thursday to share a slew of snaps. 

The Crown star, 25, who plays wife Marion in My Policeman, wrapped up filming in Italy last week alongside her co-star Harry Styles, 27, who plays central character Tom Burgess. 

Now back in London, Emma uploaded a photo doing a Zoom call in a grey spiky Miu Miu as well as a video of her running down the corridor during a luxury stay at five star hotel The Standard.  

Designer garb: Emma Corrin celebrated finishing filming the LGBT movie in style as she took to Instagram on Thursday to share a slew of snaps, including a photo in a grey Miu Miu jumper

The grey jumper was embellished with spikes on the shoulder and embellishment on the chest. 

And Emma was thrilled to be staying at The Standard Hotel. The actress shared a video of herself running down the corridor in a tight white vest and chinos. 

The Netflix star captioned the shot: ‘merci @thestandardlondon for being anything but standard’. 

Having fun: Emma uploaded a photo doing a Zoom call in a grey spiky Miu Miu as well as a video of her running down the corridor during a luxury stay at five star hotel The Standard

Having fun: Emma uploaded a photo doing a Zoom call in a grey spiky Miu Miu as well as a video of her running down the corridor during a luxury stay at five star hotel The Standard

Having a blast: Emma was thrilled to be staying at The Standard Hotel. The actress shared a video of herself running down the corridor in a tight white vest and chinos

Having a blast: Emma was thrilled to be staying at The Standard Hotel. The actress shared a video of herself running down the corridor in a tight white vest and chinos

There she goes: The Netflix star captioned the shot: 'merci @thestandardlondon for being anything but standard'

There she goes: The Netflix star captioned the shot: ‘merci @thestandardlondon for being anything but standard’

Spiky: The grey jumper was embellished with spikes on the shoulder and embellishment on the chest

Spiky: The grey jumper was embellished with spikes on the shoulder and embellishment on the chest

Emma also uploaded two photos outside the Harold Pinter theatre as she larked around with the cast of the play Anna X, as they counted down two weeks until their opening night. 

The actress will play the lead character Anna, which follows her trying to keep up with New York’s social elite.   

Last week, Emma shared a series of throwback snaps with her My Policeman co-stars as she celebrated filming coming to an end on their LGBT movie. 

Taking to Instagram, the actress quipped, ‘aaaaand that’s a falafel wrap baaaaby’ alongside the shots. 

In the first shot, Emma threw it back to a day when the cast had been filming at a pool, showing herself clad in a swimsuit while co-star Harry donned red trunks.  

Impressed: The actress gazed out at the view as she enjoyed her stay at The Standard

Impressed: The actress gazed out at the view as she enjoyed her stay at The Standard 

Fun: Emma also uploaded two photos outside the Harold Pinter theatre as she larked around with the cast of the play Anna X, as they counted down two weeks until their opening night

Fun: Emma also uploaded two photos outside the Harold Pinter theatre as she larked around with the cast of the play Anna X, as they counted down two weeks until their opening night

Thespian: The actress will play the lead character Anna, which follows her trying to keep up with New York's social elite

Thespian: The actress will play the lead character Anna, which follows her trying to keep up with New York’s social elite

The pair – who play husband and wife in the film – sat on lifeguards chairs by the side of the pool alongside producer Robbie Rogers and filmmaker Michael Grandage.  

It was no doubt an emotional moment for the cast and crew after they spent the last few months filming My Policeman in Brighton.

Harry takes the lead in the new movie which is set in Brighton in the 1950s, and based on Bethan Roberts’ novel, focusing on police officer Tom, who is gay, but married to Marion (Emma) due to societal expectations. 

Fantastic four: Last week Emma shared snaps with (L-R) My Policeman producer Robbie Rogers, filmmaker Michael Grandage and co-star Harry Styles to celebrate filming wrapping

Fantastic four: Last week Emma shared snaps with (L-R) My Policeman producer Robbie Rogers, filmmaker Michael Grandage and co-star Harry Styles to celebrate filming wrapping 

The film follows him as he goes on to have a decades-long affair with museum curator Patrick Hazelwood, played by David. 

It is currently unclear when the film will be released. 

Harry reportedly shot sex scenes with co-star David, who plays his on-screen lover, in the upcoming romantic drama. 

Delightful duo: Another snap showed Emma cuddling up to co-star David Dawson, who plays Harry's love interest in the flick

Delightful duo: Another snap showed Emma cuddling up to co-star David Dawson, who plays Harry’s love interest in the flick

An insider previously said: ‘Harry will be having sex on screen and they want it to look as real as possible. The plan is to shoot two romps between Harry and David, then another scene where Harry is naked on his own.’

The 2012 novel explores the criminalisation of homosexuality in the 1950s.

The Amazon Studios production is being directed by Michael Grandage, and began shooting on April 12 on locations in London and the South-East coast, while the more intimate moments will be filmed at one of the big film studios.

The film is adapted by Oscar-nominee Ron Nyswaner, and Amazon is working with Berlanti Schechter Productions.

One to watch: My Policeman is set in Brighton in the 1950s, and based on Bethan Roberts' novel, focusing on officer Tom, who is gay, but married to Marion (Emma)

Calling time: It was no doubt an emotional moment for the cast and crew after they spent the last few months filming My Policeman in Brighton

One to watch: My Policeman is set in Brighton in the 1950s, and based on Bethan Roberts’ novel, focusing on officer Tom, who is gay, but married to Marion (Emma)


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