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Rachel Brosnahan is a vision in a pink ensemble and floral hat as she films seasons four of The Marvelous Mrs Maisel and struts through NYC

Rachel Brosnahan turned heads in a ladylike pink ensemble and floral hat on Tuesday in New York City as she transformed into The Marvelous Mrs Maisel for season four.

The actress, 30, sauntered through the Big Apple in her 1950s outfit as she filmed new scenes for the hit Amazon Prime show.

She embraced her onscreen character Mirium with a pink dress and floral belt cinched at the waist, highlighting her slender curves. 

Pretty in pink: Rachel Brosnahan turned heads in a ladylike pink ensemble and floral hat on Tuesday in New York City as she transformed into The Marvelous Mrs Maisel for season four

Pretty in pink: Rachel Brosnahan turned heads in a ladylike pink ensemble and floral hat on Tuesday in New York City as she transformed into The Marvelous Mrs Maisel for season four

Rachel sported a cropped cardigan with floral trim and bow, in addition to a matching hat perched on top of her curled brunette tresses. 

The Emmy-award winner opted for pink kitten heels and a scarlet manicure as she was seen crossing the road in the city. She enhanced her radiant complexion with a soft make-up look. 

The Marvelous Mrs Maisel made its debut on the Amazon Prime Video streaming service in 2017 and has been one of its most lauded programs.

The show follows housewife Mirium ‘Midge’ Maisel, played by Rachel, who discovers that she has a talent for standup comedy and begins to pursue a career in the field, which affects her personal life in turn.

Walk this way: The actress, 30, sauntered through the Big Apple in her 1950s outfit as she filmed new scenes for the hit Amazon Prime show

Walk this way: The actress, 30, sauntered through the Big Apple in her 1950s outfit as she filmed new scenes for the hit Amazon Prime show

Series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino based the titular character on various female comedians, as well as her own father, who performed as a comedian in her youth.

The show also features the talents of performers such as Jane Lynch, Kevin Pollak and Alex Borstein, among several others. 

After the premiere of its first season, various members of The Marvelous Mrs Maisel’s cast were nominated for several awards.

In 2018, Rachel won the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series award at that year’s Primetime Emmys, with Alex being given the distinction for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.

Amy also took home the awards for Outstanding Directing and Writing for a Comedy Series during the ceremony.

Following the positive reception of its first run of episodes, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel’s production team went on to work on two more seasons, which were released in 2018 and 2019, respectively.

The show’s cast and crew were presented with several awards for their further efforts on the program over the following two years.

Rachel spoke about her real-life connection to her character during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, where she noted that Maisel’s feelings about various things had begun to affect her own. 

Chic fit: She embraced her onscreen character Mirium with a pink dress and floral belt cinched at the waist which she paired with a cropped cardigan, complete with floral trim and a bow

Chic fit: She embraced her onscreen character Mirium with a pink dress and floral belt cinched at the waist which she paired with a cropped cardigan, complete with floral trim and a bow

‘I think I tap into Midge when I get nervous! I can hear myself starting to fall into some rhythms and cadences and trying to will her confidence into my own life, and she’s kind of become like a weird alter ego,’ she expressed.

The award-winning actress also spoke about the audience’s perception of Maisel as a parent and expressed that the show’s writers fully intended for the character to run into complications with her children.

‘It seems to make people uncomfortable, or they feel like it’s a plot hole rather than something that was very carefully thought out,’ she remarked. 

Centre stage: The Marvelous Mrs Maisel follows housewife Mirium 'Midge' Maisel, played by Rachel, who discovers that she has a talent for standup comedy and begins to pursue a career in the field

Centre stage: The Marvelous Mrs Maisel follows housewife Mirium ‘Midge’ Maisel, played by Rachel, who discovers that she has a talent for standup comedy and begins to pursue a career in the field

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