Tilda Swinton departs 77th Venice Film Festival with beau Sandro Kopp

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She has had a triumphant trip at the 77th Venice Film Festival, picking up the event’s Lifetime Achievement Award earlier in the week.

And Tilda Swinton bid an emotional farewell to the Italian city in a water taxi with her boyfriend Sandro Kopp, 42, on Friday morning.

The actress, 59, showed off her signature androgynous chic sense of style as she paired a black short-sleeved jacket with an open-collared white and blue dress.

Emotional farewell: Tilda Swinton put on an animated display as she departed the 77th Venice Film Festival with beau Sandro Kopp on Friday morning

Emotional farewell: Tilda Swinton put on an animated display as she departed the 77th Venice Film Festival with beau Sandro Kopp on Friday morning

Tilda covered her cropped auburn locks in a black trilby hat, and she shielded her eyes with a pair of chic shades.

The Only Lovers Left Alive star put on an animated display as she blew kisses, held her hand to her chest and waved enthusiastically to onlookers as she departed.

Sandro, meanwhile, kept things casual as he donned a light orange t-shirt, and kept safe amid the coronavirus crisis by wearing a matching face mask. 

Stylish: Tilda showed off her signature androgynous chic sense of style as she paired a black short-sleeved jacket with an open-collared white and blue dress

Stylish: Tilda showed off her signature androgynous chic sense of style as she paired a black short-sleeved jacket with an open-collared white and blue dress

Emotional: Tilda held her hand to her chest

Goodbye for now: The Only Lovers Left Alive star bid an emotional farewell to the event as she blew kisses to onlookers

Goodbye for now: The Only Lovers Left Alive star bid an emotional farewell to the event as she blew kisses, held her hand to her chest

Animated: TIlda and Sandro waved enthusiastically to onlookers as they left

 Animated: TIlda and Sandro waved enthusiastically to onlookers as they left

Androgynous chic: Tilda covered her cropped auburn locks in a black trilby hat and shielded her eyes with a pair of chic shades

Androgynous chic: Tilda covered her cropped auburn locks in a black trilby hat and shielded her eyes with a pair of chic shades

Pick a polo dress like Tilda Swinton wearing Loewe

Tilda Swinton certainly packed well for her trip to Venice didn’t she?

So far at the iconic Film Festival we’ve spotted her wearing lots of Haider Ackermann and Chanel, but today she’s gone for an effortlessly simple polo maxi dress, which is by Loewe. The embroidered logo is a giveaway!

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On Thursday, Tilda promoted her short film The Human Voice, which she worked on alongside Pedro Almodóvar.

Tilda’s short drama film is based upon the 1928 play of the same name by Jean Cocteau and marks Almodóvar’s English-language debut.

It centres on one woman (played by Tilda) and final phone conversation with her longtime lover, who has plans to marry another woman. 

Earlier in the week Tilda honoured the late actor Chadwick Boseman when she accepted an award at the festival by proclaiming ‘Wakanda forever’ on stage. 

Farewell: Tilda held up her hat in the air as a means of saying goodbye

Farewell: Tilda held up her hat in the air as a means of saying goodbye

Casual: Sandro, meanwhile, kept things casual as he donned a light orange t-shirt, and kept safe amid the coronavirus crisis by wearing a matching face mask

Casual: Sandro, meanwhile, kept things casual as he donned a light orange t-shirt, and kept safe amid the coronavirus crisis by wearing a matching face mask

Busy schedule: On Thursday, Tilda promoted her short film The Human Voice, which she worked on alongside Pedro Almodóvar

New project: Tilda's short drama film is based upon the 1928 play of the same name by Jean Cocteau and marks Almodóvar's English-language debut

Busy schedule: On Thursday, Tilda promoted her short film The Human Voice, which she worked on alongside Pedro Almodóvar

Drama: The film centres on one woman (played by Tilda) and final phone conversation with her longtime lover, who has plans to marry another woman

Drama: The film centres on one woman (played by Tilda) and final phone conversation with her longtime lover, who has plans to marry another woman

The actress was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award and proudly held her coveted trophy aloft after receiving the honour at the opening ceremony from Cate Blanchett, who heads this year’s jury. 

Tilda looked elated as she was handed the famous Golden Lion prize, as the 77th annual festival kicked off in socially distanced style. 

At the end of her acceptance speech, Tilda gave a nod to her fellow Marvel Cinematic Universe star Chadwick as she said: ‘Viva Venezia. Cinema cinema cinema. Wakanda Forever. Nothing but love’. 

Tilda portrayed The Ancient One in Doctor Strange and Avengers: Endgame while Chadwick starred as T’Challa/Black Panther in the 2018 blockbuster Black Panther, which is set in the fictional country of Wakanda.

Grateful: Tilda wore a delighted expression as she headed home after the event

Grateful: Tilda wore a delighted expression as she headed home after the event

Friendly: Tilda took the time to sign memorabilia for fans before leaving

Friendly: Tilda took the time to sign memorabilia for fans before leaving

Chadwick tragically passed away on August 28 following a four-year battle with colon cancer

Tilda has been with in a relationship with the German-born painter Sandro SINCE 2004, but the couple do not often appear in public together.

She has daughter Honor, 21, and son Xavier with her former partner John Byrne, 79, a Scottish artist and playwright. 

Tilda and her daughter recently starred in The Souvenir together, which was directed by British filmmaker Julia Hogg.  

Speech: Tilda honoured the late actor Chadwick Boseman as she accepted an award at the Venice International Film Festival earlier this week by proclaiming 'Wakanda forever' on stage

Speech: Tilda honoured the late actor Chadwick Boseman as she accepted an award at the Venice International Film Festival earlier this week by proclaiming ‘Wakanda forever’ on stage

Delighted: Screen star Cate Blanchett handed the award to her fellow thespian

Delighted: Screen star Cate Blanchett handed the award to her fellow thespian

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