Ruth Wilson looked as stylish while making the most of climbing spring temperatures in London on Thursday.

The Luther star, 40, nailed casual chic as she slipped into a flowing pair of beige high-waisted trousers with fashionable pleats.    

Ruth appeared to be busy returning some messages and calls as she focused all her attention on her trendy green iPhone 13. 

Stylish: Ruth Wilson nailed casual chic as she slipped into a flowing pair of beige high-waisted trousers while out and about in London on Thursday 

The British star who has just finished a run in The Human Voice at the Harold Pinter Theatre emphasized her trim figure in a classy white shirt.

Opting for comfort on the day, she stepped out in a pair of classic cream trainers as she made her way about the English capital. 

The theatre star swept her brunette tresses into a relaxed bun for the outing as she shielded her eyes behind a pair of clear frame polarised sunglasses.

Low-key: The theatre star swept her brunette tresses into a relaxed bun for the outing as she shielded her eyes behind a pair of clear frame polarised sunglasses

Low-key: The theatre star swept her brunette tresses into a relaxed bun for the outing as she shielded her eyes behind a pair of clear frame polarised sunglasses

Busy lady! The actress appeared to be busy returning some messages and calls as she focused all her attention on her trendy green iPhone 13

Busy lady! The actress appeared to be busy returning some messages and calls as she focused all her attention on her trendy green iPhone 13

In February, Ruth praised television and movie bosses for employing intimacy coaches to make ‘awkward’ and ‘exploitative’ sex scenes ‘scientific’, after previously hitting out at the number of nude shots she was required to film.  

The actress rose to prominence after she was cast in primetime show The Affair as Alison Bailey in 2014 opposite actor Dominic West, 52, who played Noah Solloway, before she left suddenly in 2019.

She told The Sunday Times the most difficult part of filming intimate scenes in The Affair was the lack of instruction, adding: ‘Since #MeToo… intimacy coaches are really scientific about sex scenes.

Moving forward: Last month Ruth praised television and movie bosses for employing intimacy coaches to make 'awkward' and 'exploitative' sex scenes 'scientific', after previously hitting out at the number of nude shots she was required to film

Moving forward: Last month Ruth praised television and movie bosses for employing intimacy coaches to make ‘awkward’ and ‘exploitative’ sex scenes ‘scientific’, after previously hitting out at the number of nude shots she was required to film

‘But before nothing would be said. It would be about making it up as you go along. 

‘No one wanted to discuss [sex scenes], so the actors were invariably left to create something on the day and that’s desperately awkward. It’s a horrible place to be.’

She added that filming sex scenes that didn’t seem authentic felt ‘exploitative’.

The star insists she now feels fine about the scenes she was required to film, describing them as an unfortunate ‘rite of passage’ for people in the industry. 

On screen: The actress, 40, rose to prominence after she was cast in primetime show The Affair as Alison Bailey in 2014 opposite actor Dominic West, 52, who played Noah Solloway

On screen: The actress, 40, rose to prominence after she was cast in primetime show The Affair as Alison Bailey in 2014 opposite actor Dominic West, 52, who played Noah Solloway

Last year, Ruth produced and starred in film True Things, employing intimacy coach Ita O’Brien to talk the actors through the sex scenes.

Ita walked the stars through step by step, prompting them where to put their hands and where to look so everyone felt comfortable and not ‘over-objectified’.

She added that she thought sex scenes are a reminder that an actor’s body is not their own as stars are objectified.

Honest: The star insists she now feels fine about the scenes she was required to film, describing them as an unfortunate 'rite of passage' for people in the industry (pictured December)

Honest: The star insists she now feels fine about the scenes she was required to film, describing them as an unfortunate ‘rite of passage’ for people in the industry (pictured December)

Ruth has previously criticised the male-dominated film and television industries for making women draw the most focus in sex scenes.

The Golden Globe winner told The Edit that it is ‘unfair’ that women are expected to show their breasts while men rarely show are asked to show their genitalia.

‘I kept insisting, “Why have I always got to do the orgasm face?” There should be a male orgasm face. Why is it always the woman who’s orgasming? Let’s analyse the male orgasm,’ Ruth said.

Dominic West and Ruth Wilson return for season 4 of The Affair.  

It’s an issue that was brought up while filming The Affair, where she and co-star Dominic would discuss how their sex scenes should be presented.

‘These scenes need to have a narrative as much as any other scene,’ she said. ‘So for Dominic and myself, every time it came up we asked, “Do we need this? What are we saying with it?”

‘It’s hard to make good sex scenes work. There are so many c**p ones out there,’ she added.  

She also relayed her frustration at being expected to show her topless self on camera.

‘Women have to provide the titillation because penises can’t be seen on screen but breasts can,’ she told the magazine. 

Resolution: Ruth previously said that when filming The Affair, she and co-star Dominic would discuss how their sex scenes should be presented

Resolution: Ruth previously said that when filming The Affair, she and co-star Dominic would discuss how their sex scenes should be presented



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