Tilda Swinton, 60, enjoys a jaunt on the high seas alongside shirtless boyfriend Sandro Kopp, 43, before downing shots during Rome holiday
She has been spotted enjoying an idyllic Rome getaway.
And Tilda Swinton was continuing her relaxing break on Tuesday as she was seen living it up in Italy during a jaunt on a boat with her partner Sandro Kopp, 43.
The actress, 60, sported a pyjama-inspired ensemble for the boat trip as she zipped across the water before downing shots in a nearby bar.
Sweet: Tilda Swinton was continuing her relaxing break on Tuesday as she was seen living it up in Italy during a jaunt on a boat with her partner Sandro Kopp, 43
Earlier this year she was busy filming Three Thousands Years of Longing in Australia and she has since been enjoying the time off with her loved ones.
She is joined on the trip by Sandro, her daughter Honor, 23, and a group of friends.
Tilda was sporting a white pyjama-inspired top with green piping while she kept sun safe with a cap protecting her make-up free face.
In an interview with British Vogue earlier this year, the Doctor Strange actress admitted she never set out to be a movie star.
Happy days: The actress, 60, sported a pyjama-inspired ensemble for the boat trip as she zipped across the water before downing shots in a nearby bar
Waving! She was beaming and waving to her public
Fun in the sun: The group seemed in great spirits as they cruised along the high seas
'I've never had any ambition as an artist. That may sound crazy and transgressive, but it's a fact,' she told the publication.
'If you'd asked me when I was 10 or 20, I would have said my only ambitions were to live in a family, to have friends that made me laugh and laughed at my jokes...
'And to live in the Highlands of Scotland, by the sea with a lot of dogs and a kitchen garden. Seriously.
'And I have been really blessed to be able to achieve them. Everything else is a bonus. Everything else is just icing and candles and flowers alongside.'
Away she goes: Tilda seemed in great spirits as she waved at all on the onlookers
Sitting pretty: Tilda looked animated as she chatted away with her pals on the boat
Elsewhere in the interview, announced she identifies as 'queer', as she touched on 'finding her circus' and said her experience with the identity is to do with 'sensibility'.
The narrator shared: 'I always felt I was queer - I was just looking for my queer circus, and I found it.'
The Chronicles of Narnia star also touched on her close relationships with her industry colleagues, among them an array celebrated directors, as she added: 'I'm very clear that queer is actually, for me anyway, to do with sensibility. And having found it, it's my world.
On the high seas! The group seemed to be loving life on their boat trip
Cosy: Tilda held hands with one of her pals as they looked out at the water
'Now I have a family with Wes Anderson, I have a family with Bong Joon-ho, I have a family with Jim Jarmusch, I have a family with Luca Guadagnino, with Lynne Ramsay, with Joanna Hogg.'
The media personality was nominated for the European Film Award for Best Actress in 1993 for playing a nobleman who had the ability to live for 400 years as man and a woman in Sally Potter's 1992 film Orlando.
Tilda later portrayed the role of genderless angel Gabriel in 2005 superhero horror movie Constantine.
Now wine? Tilda treated herself to a glass of wine but was sure to keep hydrated with plenty of water bottles seen on the table
Chilling: Tilda was spotted laughing and chatting with her pals after stopping for drinks
On gender, the Deep End star said in the past: 'I don't know if I could ever really say that I was a girl – I was kind of a boy for a long time. I don’t know, who knows? It changes.
'That whole idea of transformation is at the heart of what I’m interested in as a performer and not least through the idea of gender. It’s a very personal matter. I can categorically say that as Orlando does in the film: Yes, I’m probably a woman.'
The Ancient One actress added to journalist Vera von Kreutzbruck in 2009: 'I enjoy walking the tightrope of identity, of sexual identity, of gender identity.'
Quick change: Tilda later changed into a navy tie dye top paired with a cream cap
On the move: Tilda also donned a pair of vibrant blue trousers on the outing
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