Lucy Boynton showcases her quirky style as she steps out with Will Poulter to promote new TV show

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Lucy Boynton displays her quirky sense of style in a floral embroidered co-ord as she steps out in NYC after appearing on The Today Show with Will Poulter

Lucy Boynton showcased her quirky sense of style as she stepped out in New York City on Friday with Will Poulter to promote their new TV show. 

The Bohemian Rhapsody star, 28, was in high spirits after appearing on NBC’s Today Show with the actor, 29, to discuss their series Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? 

The American-British actress stunned in a quirky floral top with a cut-out detail and fringe sleeves which she teamed with matching trousers. 

Looking good: Lucy Boynton showcased her quirky sense style as she stepped out in New York City on Friday with Will Poulter after appearing on The Today Show

Looking good: Lucy Boynton showcased her quirky sense style as she stepped out in New York City on Friday with Will Poulter after appearing on The Today Show

Lucy teamed her ensemble with an eye-catching pair of red heels and accessorised with a small black handbag. 

The blonde beauty beamed as she strut out of the venue while sporting a bright red lip to match her shoes.  

Meanwhile, Will kept his look low-key as he donned a grey t-shirt and matching trousers while he sat in a car with Lucy after promoting the new show.

Stars: The Bohemian Rhapsody star, 28, was in high spirits after appearing on NBC's Today Show with the actor, 29, to discuss their series Why Didn't They Ask Evans?

Stars: The Bohemian Rhapsody star, 28, was in high spirits after appearing on NBC’s Today Show with the actor, 29, to discuss their series Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?

Fashionista: The American-British actress stunned in a quirky floral top with a cut-out detail and fringe sleeves which she teamed with matching trousers

Fashionista: The American-British actress stunned in a quirky floral top with a cut-out detail and fringe sleeves which she teamed with matching trousers

Stunning: The blonde beauty beamed as she strut out of the venue while sporting a bright red lip to match her shoes

Stunning: The blonde beauty beamed as she strut out of the venue while sporting a bright red lip to match her shoes

Lucy is set to star in Hugh Laurie’s new three-part series for Britbox.

The captivating murder-mystery, which boasts an all-star cast, is based on the iconic 1934 novel of the same name by Agatha Christie.

It follows vicar’s son Bobby Jones, played by Will and his adventurous friend, socialite Lady Frances Derwent, as they dig deep into a murder.

It also stars big names such as Emma Thompson and Jim Broadbent who play aristocrats Lord and Lady Marcham, the parents of Lady Frances.

Dapper: Hugh Laurie, who directed the new three-part series for Britbox, also stepped out in the Big Apple with the castmembers

Dapper: Hugh Laurie, who directed the new three-part series for Britbox, also stepped out in the Big Apple with the castmembers

Suave: He looked smart in a navy suit and light blue shirt, while sporting a bushy silver beard

Suave: He looked smart in a navy suit and light blue shirt, while sporting a bushy silver beard

Hugh is starring in the miniseries as psychologist Dr James Nicholson, as well as directing the show.

Lucy recently spoke out against sexism in the film industry, explaining that it’s ‘frustrating’ for female actors. 

The star opened up about the inequality she feels in a chat with Stephanie Takyi for The Daily Mail’s Eden Confidential column.

She said that sexism means women have to ‘over-prepare’ for roles in the film industry. 

Why Didn't They Ask Evans? The captivating murder-mystery, which boasts an all-star cast, is based on the iconic 1934 novel of the same name by Agatha Christie

 Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? The captivating murder-mystery, which boasts an all-star cast, is based on the iconic 1934 novel of the same name by Agatha Christie

Sexism: It comes after Lucy displayed her anger over sexism in the film industry, saying women have to'over-prepare' for roles (pictured earlier this month)

Sexism: It comes after Lucy displayed her anger over sexism in the film industry, saying women have to ‘over-prepare’ for roles (pictured earlier this month)

She explained: ‘A man walks into a room and you take him as he is, but as a woman there are so many factors that people will base their judgments on’ 

Lucy also shared that she felt there was double standards in the film industry, saying: ‘You can’t present as angry because people switch off and don’t listen to the angry woman.’

‘It fills me with anger and frustration,’ she told Stephanie.

Child actress: Lucy made her film debut at just 12 years old as the young Beatrix Potter in Miss Potter (pictured in the film with Barbara Flynn and Bill Paterson)

Child actress: Lucy made her film debut at just 12 years old as the young Beatrix Potter in Miss Potter (pictured in the film with Barbara Flynn and Bill Paterson)

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