For the past few months, she has been busy filming her portrayal of Soo Catwoman in Danny Boyle’s highly anticipated Sex Pistols drama.
And Iris Law was spotted enjoying some downtime with her friends, as she spent the day relaxing in a north London park, while sipping an Aperol spritz.
In the midst of her drunken outing with her group of pals in Primrose Hill, the 20-year-old model and actress was also spotted heading for the bushes.
Sip: Iris Law was spotted having a drink in the grounds of Primrose Hill, north London, on Sunday
While sitting with her friends in the green space, Iris, daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, was seen having a friendly chat with the police.
Iris stepped out in style for her casual excursion, donning a brown quilted coat with a yellow trim at the neckline, which she teamed with UKTN green pants.
With a bear ear hat covering her locks, she carried a lilac bag, while complementing her ensemble with a pair of dark running shoes.
Not wanting to waste after enjoying her day by relaxing the lockdown restrictions, Iris was seen carrying her drink as she walked home.
In tune with nature: In the midst of her alcoholic outing with her group of pals in Primrose Hill, the 20-year-old model and actress was also spotted heading for the bushes
Walking: She has been seen walking back and forth from the bushes on more than one occasion
Cool casual: Iris stepped out in style for her casual excursion, donning a brown quilted coat with a yellow trim at the neckline, which she paired with UKTN green pants
Screen: As she stood in front of the bushes, the model and actress looked at her friend’s phone
Bushes: She discreetly threw herself into the bushes after breaking away from her group of friends
Drink: She left her Aperol spritz in the care of her friend before making her way through the bushes
Iris has notably been seen stepping out with recently raised eyebrows, having shaved them off for the look she must have for her role as Soo Catwoman.
She starred in Danny Boyle’s highly anticipated Sex Pistols drama.
Pistol, due out next year, is based on the legendary rock band – consisting of Johnny Rotten, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Paul Cook and Sid Vicious – and their rise to stardom in the 1970s.
In the TV series, Anson Boone will play Johnny Rotten, Louis Partridge will play bassist Sid Vicious, Jacob Slater will play drummer Paul Cook and Toby Wallace will play guitarist Steve Jones, the quartet all pictured together on set.
Policemen: At one point, two policemen were seen chatting with the group of young people
Cat: Iris relaxed on the grass next to her friend as she chatted with one of the police officers
Laughs: Iris was seen laughing as her friend continued to chat with the law enforcement officer
Relaxation: The group of friends looked relaxed during their conversation with one of the officers
Departure: the conversation with the police did not seem to have any drama, at the time of their departure
Busy schedule: For the past few months, Iris has been busy filming her portrayal of Soo Catwoman in Danny Boyle’s highly anticipated Sex Pistols drama
Drinks: Iris was seen taking command of the drink bottles as she sat with her pals on the grass
Iris would follow in the footsteps of her father Jude and brother Rafferty by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman, one of the icons of the punk scene who became a rising star in the 1970s.
She joins Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Talulah Riley, and Christian Lees as new cast members in Pistol.
Thomas is expected to take on the role of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, while Talulah will play fashion icon Vivienne Westwood, and Christian will play the group’s first bassist, Glen Matlock.
The six-part series began principal photography earlier this month, and Danny is a director and executive producer.
Natural: Iris chose not to have any makeup on for her outing, letting her natural beauty shine through
Pour it out: she filled her mug as she sat in a deep conversation with her small group of pals
Famous family: Iris as actress Sadie Frost’s daughter and actor ex-husband Jude Law
Steeped in the memories of Steve Jones, which offers a fascinating new perspective on one of the greatest rock stories of all time, Pistol performs in the West London Council Estates.
He then moved on to the famous Kings Road SEX store in Westwood and McLaren, to the international controversy that accompanied the release of Never Mind the B ****** s.
Their single God Save the Queen was banned by the UKTN and reached No.1 on the UK’s NME charts, but appeared at No.2 on the UK’s official singles charts, leading to accusations that the song has been deliberately kept out of the first place.
Pistol will be released on FX and Hulu in 2022.
Exciting: Iris to follow in her father Jude’s footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman (R) in Danny Boyle’s Sex Pistols drama
Anarchy in the US: Pistols is based on the legendary rock band – consisting of Johnny Rotten, Steve Jones, Sid Vicious (pictured from 1978) Glen Matlock, Paul Cook and their rise to stardom