Phoebe Dynevor looked in great spirits on Bank Holiday Monday in London, as she stepped out in the sunshine with a friend.
The actress – who rose to fame as Daphne in Netflix‘s raunchy period drama Bridgerton – put on a summery display in a sweeping burgundy dress, which she paired with a light taupe jacket.
Phoebe, 26, toted a cream handbag and wore white trainers, wearing a pair of shades on her head.
Sunny side up: Phoebe Dynevor looked in great spirits on Bank Holiday Monday in London, as she stepped out in the sunshine with a friend
The star wore her auburn locks pushed sleekly back from her features, which were made-up with a soft wash of cosmetics.
She accesorised with gold jewelry and clutched a black face mask amid the ongoing health crisis.
Phoebe took to Instagram over the weekend to post her current choice of reading material, as well as a behind-the-scenes snap from the project she filmed between seasons one and two of Bridgerton, The Colour Room.
Snapped in a bath, she was dressed as iconic ceramicist Clarice Cliff, whom she portrays in the Sky original.
Casual look: The actress – who rose to fame as Daphne in Netflix ‘s raunchy period drama Bridgerton – put on a summery display in a sweeping burgundy dress, which she paired with a light taupe jacket
Out and about: Phoebe, 26, toted a cream handbag and white trainers, wearing a pair of shades on her head
The candid shot saw her with a curly cropped hair ‘do, sat in the vintage bathtub fully clothed.
Her two books were Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex, about the treatment of women throughout history, and The Cost Of Living – a memoir and feminist manifesto by Deborah Levy.
Last week, Phoebe was seen for the first time on the set of Bridgerton season two, filming at Ranger’s House in Greenwich, London.
The actress looked the picture of elegance in a regal ivory gown and matching elbow-length gloves as she climbed down the steps of the Bridgerton household and into a waiting carriage.
In stark contrast, Phoebe was spotted in a dowdy baggy cardigan filming with co-stars Matthew Goode and Darci Shaw for The Colour Room over Easter.
Behind-the-scenes: She shared a snap from the project she filmed between seasons one and two of Bridgerton, The Colour Room. Snapped in a bath, she was dressed as iconic ceramicist Clarice Cliff, whom she portrays in the Sky original
Literature: Phoebe took to Instagram over the weekend to post her current choice of reading material
Her character, Clarice, is a vivacious young factory worker in the industrial British midlands of the 1920s.
Phoebe was back at Shane Cooper’s clinic last week, for her bespoke skin treatment.
The actress had the Aqua Tight Facial which includes an Oxygenation Mask, using three individual handpieces and a combination of acids.
She snapped a selfie during the treatment, thanking Shane ‘for the glow’. Phoebe is an advocate for the brand and uses Shane’s skincare range at home to keep herself camera-ready.
Phoebe’s outing comes after she broke her silence on Bridgerton co-star Regé-Jean Page’s exit from their hit Netflix series, admitting it ‘put a spanner in the works’.
The actress – who became a household name over Christmas as Daphne Bridgerton on Netflix [L] – transforms into iconic ceramicist Clarice Cliff in the stunning image from her next project, The Colour Room [R]
Meanwhile: Phoebe indulged in a luxurious face mask that she shared with fans on Instagram Stories
The pair became household names after landing the roles, but Page, 31, broke hearts across the globe when he confirmed last month that he would not be reprising his role as the Duke of Hastings.
Speaking about her co-star’s decision on Variety’s Awards Circuit podcast this week, Phoebe reflected on learning the news with just a ‘bit of a heads up.’
‘I knew but yeah, I guess it is a spanner,’ she noted. ‘But again, the show centers around the Bridgertons and there are eight books.’
Star: Phoebe rose to fame in Netflix’s raunchy period drama Bridgerton, and she recently said co-star Regé-Jean Page’s exit from the series ‘put a spanner in the works’ (pictured in show)
The Younger star explained: ‘I think maybe the fans of the books were more aware of that happening than the fans of the show. I think fans of the books know that every episode is about a different sibling.’
Despite her pal’s departure, she reminded listeners that the second installment of the popular period drama, based on Julia Quinn’s novels and produced by Shonda Rhimes, was always set to star ‘the lovely Johnny, who plays Anthony.’
‘We’re very much passing the baton,’ the beauty said. ‘Obviously it’s sad to to see [Page] go but I’m looking forward to being reunited with my with my family.’
Meanwhile, in her personal life, Phoebe is dating comedian Pete Davidson who reportedly fell for her after watching her raunchy love scenes on Bridgerton.
The Saturday Night Live star, 27, is said to have told pals he thought the actress was ‘hot as hell’ over her character Daphne’s intimate scenes with The Duke of Hastings.
‘She was totally his type – fresh faced, youthful, innocent looking beauty.
‘We all joked with him about the naughty scenes, and of course he confessed he found them hot. He binge watched the show and felt it was his destiny to meet her.’
MailOnline contacted a representative for Pete Davidson for comment at the time.
Romance: Meanwhile, in her personal life, Phoebe is dating comedian Pete Davidson (pictured) who reportedly fell for her after watching her raunchy love scenes on Bridgerton