She has given a cutting-edge performance as the late Princess Diana in The Crown.
Now Elizabeth Debicki looks set to apply the same razor-sharp precision to her domestic chores as she has to her career.
The actress, 33, was spotted shopping with her younger sister Catherine in North London last weekend – carrying paper bags and a brand-new Stanley knife.
Wrapped up against the bitter weather in a green beanie hat, jeans and a long camel coat, the Australian star of The Night Manager and Tenet popped into a deli and then visited a hardware store across the road for the DIY tool.
She smiled and chatted with her sister, who is an interior designer, as they walked along the streets in the winter sunshine.
Elizabeth Debicki looks set to apply the same razor-sharp precision to her domestic chores as he has her career
The actress was spotted holding a brand new Stanley knife while out shopping in North London with her younger sister Catherine
Debicki plays the late Princess Diana in the Crown
Debicki with Khalid Abdalia speaking onstage at the Los Angeles premiere of the Netflix series last month
The pair are often seen together, and were both photographed attending the Dior show at Paris Fashion Week in January and at the Golden Globes in Beverly Hills, where Debicki was nominated for best supporting actress for her role in The Crown.
Debicki, who was brought up in Melbourne by her ballet-dancer parents, is currently starring in the sixth and final season of the Bafta-winning Netflix show, having taken over the role from Emma Corrin.
She has won plaudits for her ‘compelling’ portrayal and uncanny likeness to the late Princess, including her voice and doe-eyed look – as well as recreating iconic images such as Diana sitting on the edge of a yacht’s diving board in a blue swimsuit. However, there has also been criticism of the producers’ decision to have the Princess appear as a ‘ghost’ in later scenes of the historical drama.
Debicki’s next big screen role will be alongside Ruth Wilson and Bobby Cannavale in the romantic thriller Andorra.