Phoebe Dynevor treated herself to a luxury facial with celebrity aesthetician Shane Cooper on Tuesday.
The actress, 26, took to Instagram to share a clip of herself make-up free while Shane, whose clients boast Sienna Miller, Lily Allen and Maya Jama, gently massaged her forehead.
It comes as filming was delayed for the second series of Bridgerton once again, after a Covid outbreak on set.
Skincare: Phoebe Dynevor treated herself to a luxury facial with celebrity aesthetician Shane Cooper on Tuesday
And Phoebe decided to use the break from filming to fit in a spot of pampering.
The actress looked relaxed as she closed her eyes and let Shane massage in the lotion.
Shane previously revealed on Instagram that Phoebe had visited him before her big red carpet events and also uses his products at home.
Relaxing: The actress, 26, took to Instagram to share a clip of herself make-up free while Shane gently massaged her forehead
Pamper session: The actress looked relaxed as she closed her eyes and let Shane massage in the lotion
The stalling of Bridgerton series two filming is said to be causing Netflix ‘an expensive headache’.
Due to a previous case, shooting had only just resumed again – but a day after cast and crew returned to the period drama things are once again on ice.
The likes of Phoebe, who plays Daphne Bridgerton, and another co-star Jonathan Bailey, who plays Viscount Anthony Bridgerton, have had to cease work while various members of the production isolate.
‘The demand for the second series is huge, so to stop filming again is a real headache,’ a source told The Sun. ‘This could lead to proper delays and it will be extremely costly for them.
‘Shooting such a big production is expensive at the best of times, let alone when you’ve got sets staying empty and actors who can’t work.
That’s a cut: Netflix are having ‘an expensive headache’ over delays on Bridgerton series two… after ANOTHER Covid case was detected and filming was delayed again
‘Filming was stopped immediately as soon as the new positive case was detected but they had only just got back on set.
‘They have a rigorous testing regime, so it’s hoped the case was found quickly enough and that no one else on set got it. But a lot of people are now isolating.
‘Filming will start again once it is deemed safe but for now it has been paused indefinitely.’
The series had been shooting at Wrotham Hall in Hertfordshire when the news was delivered concerning the new Covid case.
The first season focused on the romance between Daphne Bridgerton and Simon, Duke of Hastings, the role which Regé-Jean bade farewell to in April– to the dismay of his many fans.
The second season will shift the focus to Daphne’s brother Anthony Bridgerton, who will go on the hunt for a suitable bride when he meets sisters Kate (Simone Ashley) and Edwina (Charithra Chandran) Sheffield, renamed Sharma for the show.
While he tries to pursue Edwina he finds himself becoming attracted to Kate instead, despite the fact they are often at odds with each other.
A release date has yet to be announced.
On pause: The stars have had to cease work while various members of the production isolate