Before her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! a nice figure. on Monday.
The House of the Dragon star, 28, showed off her sensational style in a plunging almond gown as the September sun beat down on her.
She stunned in a pair of towering strappy heels as she made her way to the El Capitan Entertainment Center on Hollywood Boulevard.
Olivia exuded confidence as she strutted through the studio’s back entrance in her glamorous cinched waist dress.
She wore her brunette locks down, leaving a fringe to accentuate her features.
For her TV appearance, she kept her accessories to a minimum while accentuating her natural beauty with a full face of makeup.
The appearance comes after Olivia criticized America’s new anti-abortion laws in August and compared Texas to the fictional medieval world of Westeros.
The Vanity Fair star spoke out after Roe v. Wade was overturned in a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court on June 24.
‘It’s so reflective [the Game of Thrones ] world,” she told the Daily Telegraph.
She continued, “And this is set in a fantasy world that’s loosely based on a more medieval period, and yet we’re still dealing with the same themes.
“It’s incredibly discouraging. Females in Westeros are expected to breed as early as possible, and it’s the same in Texas.’
Texas banned abortion from the moment of conception, days after legislation that made the medical procedure a constitutional right was repealed 50 years after it was introduced.
The southern state is one of 14 other state governments that have outright banned or severely restricted abortion.
Olivia, who made her name as Becky Sharp on ITV drama Vanity Fair, was unaware of how “current” the world’s harsh patriarchal laws would be in House of the Dragon.
In the land of Westeros, the continent where the hit TV series Game of Thrones and its prequel are set, men usually rule, while women are expected to serve them and bear their children.
Olivia hopes the confrontational storyline will force viewers to reflect on current social norms and the curtailment of women’s rights around the world.
“Hopefully, but who knows?” She said. “I didn’t realize how timely it would be, especially now at the time of publication.”
House of the Dragon tells the story of a civil war dubbed the Dance of the Dragons.
It features another power struggle for the Iron Throne, this time between King Viserys Targaryen (Paddy Considine) and the Hand of the King, Lord Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans).
Her daughters Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen (Emma D’Arcy) and Lady Alicent Hightower (Olivia) take center stage as rivals for the crown.
House Of The Dragon will be available to stream on BINGE and watch on Foxtel starting August 22nd.