Nathalie Emmanuel, the star of Game of Thrones and Fast and Furious was looking smoking hot as she posed for a photoshoot in various different outfits in Primrose Hill. 

The stunning actress who is very private about her personal life also had a mystery guy with her who kept her company through the photoshoot.

The tall and handsome African American man stayed by her side throughout the filming, and the pair exchanged loving stares frequently.

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As Shadow & Act reported on Thursday, Emmanuel recently became the latest light-skinned actress to turn down a role for a darker-skinned character—even if only in a hypothetical sense.

It all started when NFL player-turned-filmmaker Matthew A. Cherry (BlacKkKlansman, Whiskey Cavalier) retweeted an Instagram fancasting of a (as of now nonexistent, but we can dream) live-action remake of The Princess and the Frog. In a genius stroke, user @glamsamxo envisioned How to Get Away with Murder’s Rome Flynn as Prince Naveen.

“This is smart,” Cherry captioned his retweet. “Now who plays Tiana?”

After another Twitter user suggested Emmanuel for the fictional role of Princess Tiana, tagging her in the process—the actress tweeted her own take.

“Nah, that part has to go to an even more melanated sister,” she responded, punctuating it with a heart emoji.

Nathalie is an English actress who began her acting career appearing in theatre in the late 1990s, accruing roles in various West End productions such as the musical The Lion King.

 In 2006, she began her on-screen career by starring as Sasha Valentine in soap opera Hollyoaks, after which she appeared in various British television series until her debut film appearance in Twenty8k. 

Emmanuel gained international recognition for her role as Missandei in the HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones, and continued her career with supporting roles in action films Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015), Furious 7 (2015), The Fate of the Furious (2017) and Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018).