Cressida Bonas Heads To Hollywood - And Looks Better Than EVER

10/01/2015 18:06 | Updated 20 May 2015

We had our suspicions she was heading to Hollywood, and now Cressida Bonas is taking another step closer to a career as an actress - by rubbing shoulders with a host of TV and film stars at a plush party at the Chateau Marmont.

Cressida Bonas heads to Hollywood - and looks better than EVER

The Out of Towners bash saw a host of actors rubbing shoulders, including Rosamund Pike, Christoph Waltz, Gillian Anderson, and James Corden..

Cressie was even spotted hanging out with the Downton Abbey girls, Laura Carmichael and Joanne Froggatt, who's nominated for the Golden Globes' Best Supporting Actress in TV at the glitzy awards on Sunday night.

Cressida Bonas heads to Hollywood - and looks better than EVER

And is it just us, or does Cressida look better -and more polished - than we've ever seen her before? LA obviously agrees with this lady.

Her skin looked flawless and she wore her blonde locks in tousled curls. Her floral-print halterneck dress showed off her perfect pins, and she finished off the look with funky chunky wooden-soled sandals.

Cressida Bonas heads to Hollywood - and looks better than EVER

Cressida, who split from Prince Harry in April 2014, is set to make her movie debut later this year in Tulip Fever, the latest project from Harvey Weinstein (you know, MEGA-movie mogul).

She stars alongside Cara Delevingne, Daisy Lowe and Dame Judi Dench in the film, and Weinstein has been singing her praises.

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He recently said: "She is really hard-working and not taking any advantage of media profile. It will be the first of many roles for her."

And if Harvey says it, then it's definitely so.

The only other question (ok, two) is: Will she get her prince back? And does she even want to?

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