Kate Winslet looks chic in a grey check coat as she steps out in Philadelphia amid shooting upcoming TV show Mare Of Easttown

her last foray into TV shows proved to be a successful one when, after starring in the critically-acclaimed 2011 series Mildred Pierce, she scooped a coveted Emmy Award.

And Kate Winslet, 44, looked ready to wow again on Wednesday, when she stepped out amid filming for her new limited series, Mare Of Easttown, in Philadelphia.

The British actress cut a stylish figure as she emerged from her hotel in the Pennsylvania city wearing a grey coat and long taupe scarf, which she teamed with a crisp white blouse, black skinny jeans and matching suede booties.

City of brotherly love: Kate Winslet was spotted stepping out in Philadelphia on Wednesday morning

City of brotherly love: Kate Winslet was spotted stepping out in Philadelphia on Wednesday morning

With her golden locks worn in relaxed waves, the Oscar-winning screen star let her natural beauty shine through, sporting just a light palette of makeup.

Her outing comes as production kicks off on her new HBO miniseries Mare Of Easttown, in which she portrays titular character Mare Sheehan, a Pennsylvania detective whose life falls apart as she attempts to solve a small town murder.

Kate, who also serves as an executive producer on the series, will star alongside a host of famous faces, including Julianne Nicholson, Jean Smart, Angourie Rice, and Evan Peters, according to Deadline.

Miniseries: Her outing comes as production kicks off on her new HBO miniseries Mare Of Easttown

Miniseries: Her outing comes as production kicks off on her new HBO miniseries Mare Of Easttown

Directed by Gavin O’Connor, Mare of Easttown is scheduled to be released next year.

Screen star Kate is also set to star in a remake of Black Beauty alongside Mackenzie Foy, who was last seen on screen The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. 

Kate and the rising young actress, 18, signed onto the reboot of Anna Sewell's children’s classic back in May, it was reported by Variety.

In the new film, the Titanic star will voice the horse's inner thoughts, while Mackenzie will take on the role of the 17-year-old lead Jo.

Mackenzie's character is set to bond with Black Beauty following the death of her parents, and their friendship will help the teen come to terms with her grief.

Chic: The actress cut a stylish figure as she emerged from her hotel in a grey coat and long taupe scarf, which she teamed with a crisp white blouse, black skinny jeans and matching suede booties

Chic: The actress cut a stylish figure as she emerged from her hotel in a grey coat and long taupe scarf, which she teamed with a crisp white blouse, black skinny jeans and matching suede booties

While the original novel is focused on a carriage horse, the remake will instead focus on a wild mustang in the Wyoming Plains.

Kate is currently enjoying a very busy schedule, as she recently wrapped filming lesbian period drama Ammonite opposite Saoirse Ronan.

In the film Kate plays Mary Anning, an English fossil collector, dealer, and palaeontologist, opposite Charlotte Murchison a Scottish amateur geologist played by Saoirse.

In the early stages of filming, Ammonite faced criticism for a central storyline focusing on a lesbian affair involving Anning and Murchison.

Barbara Anning, a distant niece who still lives near the Jurassic Coast where the fossil hunter made many discoveries, insisted there was no proof she was ever in a same-sex relationship.

Co-stars: Kate, who also serves as an executive producer on her upcoming series, will star alongside Julianne Nicholson, Jean Smart, Angourie Rice, and Evan Peters, according to Deadline

Co-stars: Kate, who also serves as an executive producer on her upcoming series, will star alongside Julianne Nicholson, Jean Smart, Angourie Rice, and Evan Peters, according to Deadline

 

Kate Winslet steps out in Philadelphia amid shooting upcoming TV series Mare Of Easttown 

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