Dua dons an elegant black coat, impressing passers-by with her look
On Saturday, Timothée Chalamet and Dua Lipa arrived in Japan to promote their respective new projects.
The 28-year-old singer wore a black coat with blue accents and opaque black sunglasses that covered her face.
Actor Timothée, 27, held up a plush toy alarm clock with a charming demeanor while sporting a lustrous, floor-length faux-leather trench coat.
At Narita International Airport, fans flocked to see both celebrities, with Timothée eagerly signing autographs and Dua adorably posing for selfies.
Timothée and Dua are in Japan to advertise their newest endeavors.
The Independent rated Dua’s new song, “Hudini,” five stars when it was released in November.
The lead single from Dua’s upcoming third studio album, DL3, which is scheduled for release in November, is called Houdini.
The singer made her acting debut this year, making a fleeting cameo in Greta Gerwig’s huge hit Barbie.
She will appear in the spy action comedy Argylle, which also stars Henry Cavill and John Cena, next year.
Timothée was in Japan at the same time to promote Wonka, his upcoming film that is a remake of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and will be released on December 8.
Its adventure started back in 2016 when Warner Bros. Pictures bought the rights to the well-known children’s book again.
Paul King was then revealed as its director in 2018. According to reports, Timothée was the director’s first and only choice for the part.