Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor cuts a chic figure in a white shirt and denim shorts as she leaves photoshoot after breaking silence on co-star Rege-Jean Page’s shock exit
She recently broke her silence on her co-star Rege-Jean Page’s shock exit from Bridgerton.
And Phoebe Dyvenor, who is filming series two of the Netflix hit, cut a summery figure as she left a photoshoot carrying a bouquet of flowers on Tuesday.
The actress, 26, dressed for the warm weather in light wash denim shorts and a white shirt which she left partially unbuttoned.
Leggy: Phoebe Dyvenor, who is filming series two of Netflix hit Bridgerton, cut a summery figure as she left a photoshoot carrying a bouquet of flowers on Tuesday
On her feet she wore black chunky shoes and accessorised her outfit with a black tote bag and tortoiseshell sunglasses.
Earlier in the day, Phoebe wore a face mask as she got a Covid test ahead of the photoshoot.
The actress, who is dating comedian Pete Davidson, showed something on her phone to her pal as she waited to get the test done.
Protocols: Earlier in the day, Phoebe wore a face mask as she got a Covid test ahead of the photoshoot
Phoebe’s photoshoot comes after the star broken her silence on Regé-Jean exit from their hit Netflix series Bridgerton, admitting it ‘put a spanner in the works’.
The pair became household names after landing the roles, but Page, 31, broke hearts across the nation 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 late last month, Dyvenor 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.’
Unexpected: Phoebe’s photoshoot comes after the star broken her silence on Regé-Jean exit from their hit Netflix series Bridgerton, admitting it ‘put a spanner in the works’
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.’
While reflecting on the success of Bridgerton, she recalled ‘shooting the last scene in episode one’ where she and Page had their ‘first dance together.’
‘I remember thinking, wow, this feels kind of special,’ she admitted.
Wow: Bridgerton was watched by a whopping 82 million households worldwide in just a month, after launching on Christmas Day