Helena Bonham Carter cuts a casual figure as she drops off items at a recycling centre 

She is a successful actress with a career spanning more than three decades.

And Helena Bonham Carter cut a casual figure as she took a trip to a recycling centre in Hampstead with a friend on Monday.

The actress, 54, showed off her quirky sense of style in a black patterned top along with a navy and pink skirt.

Out and about: Helena Bonham Carter cut a casual figure as she took a trip to a recycling centre in Hampstead with a friend on Monday

Out and about: Helena Bonham Carter cut a casual figure as she took a trip to a recycling centre in Hampstead with a friend on Monday

Helena also sported a pair of grey slippers on the outing as she was seen dropping off a pile of boxes.

The Crown star added to her outfit with dark grey socks and wrapped up for the day in a black jacket.

Helena completed her look for the day by styling her brunette locks into an updo.  

The actress has won rave reviews for her role as Princess Margaret on seasons three and four of The Crown. 

Outfit: The actress, 54, showed off her quirky sense of style in a black patterned top along with a navy and pink skirt

Outfit: The actress, 54, showed off her quirky sense of style in a black patterned top along with a navy and pink skirt

Helena recently told how she believes the Netflix series has a ‘moral responsibility’ to remind viewers they are not watching a documentary. 

She told The Crown: The Official Podcast: ‘It is dramatised.

‘I do feel very strongly because I think we have a moral responsibility to say hang on guys, it’s not a drama doc, we’re making a drama. They are different entities.’

The 54-year-old’s comments come amid concerns that the show is damaging the reputation of the monarchy.

Casual: Helena also sported a pair of grey slippers on the outing as she was seen dropping off a pile of boxes

Casual: Helena also sported a pair of grey slippers on the outing as she was seen dropping off a pile of boxes

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden recently intervened in the debate, saying viewers should be told at the start of every episode some scenes in the series were fictitious.

He told the Mail on Sunday: ‘It’s a beautifully produced work of fiction, so as with other TV productions, Netflix should be very clear at the beginning it is just that.

‘Without this, I fear a generation of viewers who did not live through these events may mistake fiction for fact.’

Earl Spencer, the brother of Diana, Princess of Wales, has also called for a ‘health warning’ to remind viewers that the episodes are fictionalised version of events.

Opinion: Helena recently told how she believes The Crown has a 'moral responsibility' to remind viewers they are not watching a documentary

Opinion: Helena recently told how she believes The Crown has a ‘moral responsibility’ to remind viewers they are not watching a documentary 

He told ITV’s Lorraine: ‘I think it would help The Crown an enormous amount if at the beginning of each episode, it stated that “This isn’t true, but it is based around some real events”. Then, everyone would understand it’s drama for drama’s sake.

‘Obviously Netflix wants to make a lot of money and that’s why people are in the business of making these things.

‘I worry people do think that this is gospel, and that’s unfair.’

Role: She plays Princess Margaret in the show and told The Crown: The Official Podcast: 'It is dramatized' (Princess Margaret, right, and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, left)

Role: She plays Princess Margaret in the show and told The Crown: The Official Podcast: ‘It is dramatized’ (Princess Margaret, right, and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, left)

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