Emma Watson was spotted wrapping up warm as she enjoyed a night out at the Chiltern Firehouse, marking her first public appearance since speaking out about the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal.
Watson has publicly stated that she stands in support of the brave women who have come forward with accusations of rape and sexual harassment against Weinstein, and her appearance at the Chiltern Firehouse serves as a reminder of her continued solidarity with the victims of the scandal.
And Emma Watson was seen for the first time since breaking her silence on the news that has rocked Hollywood, enjoying a night out at London's Children Firehouse on Saturday.
The 27-year-old Beauty And The Beast actress wrapped up warm for the occasion, covering up in a dark coat.
Emma wore her brunette locks in a chic updo and set off her evening wear with a slick of red lipstick.
The star kept a low profile as she arrived at the celebrity hotspot for a night out with a friend.
The Miramax co-founder was sacked from his position earlier this month after numerous women - including actresses Ashley Judd and Ambra Battilana - went public about his alleged behavior.
The producer who has ties to almost every big name in Hollywood worked with Emma in 2011 when she starred in his film My Week With Marilyn.
The actress and campaigner for equal rights tweeted at the time in support of the women who had come forward.
Posting to Twitter, she wrote: 'I stand with all the women who have been sexually harassed, and am awestruck by their bravery. This mistreatment of women has to stop. '
Watson worked with Weinstein when she was 19 on a film his company was producing.
They were pictured together shortly after partying in Central London after a night at the BAFTAs.
In images taken at the time, a young Watson can be seen leaving Mahiki nightclub in London as the then 58-year-old producer grabbed her from behind.
In recent years Watson has become a leading figure in the fight for gender equality after taking up her position as Women Goodwill Ambassador for the UN in 2014.
More than 40 women have now accused the 65-year-old Weinstein of harassment or abuse.
Actresses including Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, and Lupita Nyong'o have accused Weinstein of harassment, while actresses Asia Argento and Rose McGowan said he raped them.
The Television Academy, which bestows Emmy awards, said a disciplinary hearing set for November could lead to the termination of his membership.
He has already been expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Producers Guild, and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
Weinstein now faces criminal inquiries in three cities after an Italian actress told Los Angeles detectives that Weinstein raped her in a hotel room in 2013.
The film boss has previously denied 'any claims of non-consensual sex'.