Style Rachel Brosnahan dons her pajamas to watch the Emmy Awards at home
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She was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Miriam Maisel in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
And Rachel Brosnahan kept things casual for this year's Emmy Awards as she dressed in her pajamas to watch the awards show from home amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The actress, 30, looked radiant as she posed for a series of snaps alongside her husband Jason Ralph and their pet pooches.
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The TV star donned navy and purple pajamas and a pair of black slippers while she sipped on a martini to watch the show.
Rachel styled her brunette locks into loose waves for the evening as she struck a series of playful poses with her other half.
Alongside the post, the Change In The Air star wrote: 'Pajamas but make it fashion'.
Rachel was nominated alongside Linda Cardellini, Christina Applegate, Catherine O'Hara, Issa Rae and Tracee Ellis Ross.
The award went to Catherine for her role in hit comedy Schitt's Creek, with all four of the show's main stars taking home gongs for their work.
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The beloved character memorably wore a Thom Browne kilt suit to tie the knot with his love Patrick Brewer in the series’ finale The best supporting actor winner 37, channeled David Rose (his beloved character in the CBC Television show) at a cast watch party for the 72nd Emmy Awards in Toronto on Sunday night (during which Schitt's Creek swept in seven categories), wearing a light grey kilt Thom Browne suit teamed with tall black socks, black combat boots and his signature black-rim glasses.
It comes after the announcement that Rachel will headline life-swap comedy The Switch for Steven Spielberg's Amblin Partners.
Announcing the news on Instagram, she wrote: 'I’ve been trying not to spill the beans about this and can finally say...I can’t wait to (someday soon I hope!) get cracking on #TheSwitch. Also, look mum! Finally get to use that British accent!'
Rachel's mother Carol was born in the UK and her dad Earl is an American of Irish descent. She was born in Wisconsin and raised in Illinois.
The Switch will be an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Beth O'Leary.
Set in the UK, it's the story of what happens when a 29-year-old consultant in London swaps lives with her 79-year-old grandmother who lives in Yorkshire in the north of England.
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Partying with their pets! While viewing the 72nd Emmy Awards, Rachel Brosnahan and more nominees watched with their dogs and cats at their sides. Emmys 2020 Fashion: See What the Stars are Wearing! Read article The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star, 30, who was nominated for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, appeared in the Emmys video chat with her husband, Jason Ralph, at her side, as well as their dogs. The Wisconsin native told Men’s Journal in 2019 that she is a “crazy dog lady” when it comes to her pets, explaining at the time: “They’re my fur children. Nikki is a pit mix, and she’s so gentle and sweet and needy. She just stares at you with these human eyeballs. Her well is very deep. Then Winston is my Shiba Inu, who is filled to the brim with ’tude. He was fiercely independent, more like a cat, but he’s getting cuddlier.” See Pregnant Stars' Baby Bumps at the Emmy Awards Read article The actress added that she once spent “five days driving them all the way to Dallas [from Vancouver] to stay with family” because the canines were too “nervous” to fly. “My best friend came along, and we turned it into a big old doggie road trip,” Brosnahan explained to the outlet. As for Helena Bonham Carter, the Harry Potter star, 54, could be seen behind host Jimmy Kimmel’s head during his Emmys monologue, playing with her pup. The Emmy nominee and her boyfriend, Rye Dag Holmboe, adopted their “fur baby” last year, a Tibetan terrier named Pablo.
The consultant finds herself plunged into the life of a small village where she walks dogs and participates in neighbourhood watch.
Her grandmother, meanwhile, has to adapt to a tiny flat, dating apps and starting up a social club for lonely Londoners.
In an official news release from the studio, Rachel said she 'was utterly charmed and deeply moved' by the novel and added she 'can't wait' to share the story with everyone.'
The actress first got noticed for her roles in The Blacklist and House of Cards.
But her career really took off with the Amazon Original Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel in which she plays a late 1950's New York housewife with a bent for stand-up comedy.
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Sandra Oh's custom Emmys jacket had a special message honoring Black Lives Matter weaved into the fabric .
Sandra Oh's KORELIMITED jacket, which is now available for purchase, features the words "Black Lives Are Precious" written in Korean.Oh sported a purple KORELIMITED silk bomber jacket for the virtual ceremony on Sunday, and the design paid tribute to both her Korean heritage and the Black Lives Matter movement.