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Tamsin Egerton: Beau Hartnett's my stylist

Published 11/06/2015

Tamsin Egerton
Tamsin Egerton

Tamsin Egerton often has to ask Josh Hartnett for style advice.

The stunning blonde actress has been dating the Hollywood hunk since 2012, when they met on the set of The Lovers, a drama out this year.

While it doesn't exactly seem like she struggles to get her look right, the 26-year-old claims her fashion wins are thanks to her stylish partner.

"He has the most incredible style, it's upsetting actually," she sighed to British newspaper Metro.

"He's got himself sorted and so often I'll be like [wails], 'What do I wear?' and he'll manage to pick out something for me. He loves interior design, too."

Tamsin's latest role is in war tale Queen and Country, where she can indulge her love of vintage fashion. While she looks amazing pulled together on screen, it's a different story in the comfort of her own home.

"I love old-fashioned rituals and traditions: the handbags and the gloves," she gushed. "As soon as I get home, I put my tracksuit bottoms and my jumper on but that's not sexy or demure. I'd love to think I was getting into a silky, sexy little number."

The star also let fans in on her beauty secrets, revealing that sleep is her number-one must-have for looking refreshed. She also aims to keep her skincare nice and simple by reaching for natural products.

"I used to be such a product junkie, to the point that I almost have a bathroom full of cabinets of stuff but I've tried to become a bit more natural out of guilt to what I was putting on my body," she admitted. "I get eczema, I get bad skin and then it'll suddenly clear and be amazing. I've noticed that every time I do the minimum, it kind of really helps. So I'm trying to use coconut oil as a moisturiser and trying to use natural soaps."

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