Eleanor Tomlinson looks stylish in floral top and black tulle skirt


She has been busy filming series two of The Outlaws in Bristol in recent weeks.

And Eleanor Tomlinson was back on set again on Thursday as she filmed a car washing scene with a bucket and sponge.   

The former Poldark starlet, 29, looked pretty in a floral blouse tied in at the waist and black tulle skirt as she shot the latest storylines. 

Work: A stylish Eleanor Tomlinson was back on the set of The Outlaws series 2 on Thursday as she filmed a car washing scene with a bucket and sponge

The Stephen Merchant-written production was formerly known as The Offenders however in a press release this week it was announced it will now be known as The Outlaws when it airs in the autumn. 

In between takes the beauty donned a cosy-looking grey dressing gown and chatted to the crew on set.  

Eleanor wore her russet mane in gentle waves around her features and her costume was decorated with various items of statement jewellery.

Beaming: The former Poldark starlet, 29, looked pretty in a floral blouse tied in at the waist and black tulle skirt as she shot the latest storylines

Beaming: The former Poldark starlet, 29, looked pretty in a floral blouse tied in at the waist and black tulle skirt as she shot the latest storylines

Style: She donned a sweeping black skirt which fell to her ankles, and added wedge peep-toe heels to the look tied with a red ribbon

Filming: She looked in the zone as she shot the scenes

Style: She donned a sweeping black skirt which fell to her ankles, and added wedge peep-toe heels to the look tied with a red ribbon

She added porcelain make-up to complete the ensemble, with deft brushes of bronzer. 

Also on set was former EastEnder Claire Perkins who plays one of the seven offenders. 

The show focuses on seven strangers forced together to complete a community payback sentence in Bristol.

Change: The Stephen Merchant-written production was formerly known as The Offenders however in a press release this week it was announced it will now be known as The Outlaws when it airs in the autumn

Change: The Stephen Merchant-written production was formerly known as The Offenders however in a press release this week it was announced it will now be known as The Outlaws when it airs in the autumn

Warm: In between takes the beauty donned a cosy-looking grey dressing gown and chatted to the crew on set

Cosy: She donned the garment to keep warm

Warm: In between takes the beauty donned a cosy-looking grey dressing gown and chatted to the crew on set

Cast: Also on set was former EastEnder Claire Perkins who plays one of the seven offenders

Cast: Also on set was former EastEnder Claire Perkins who plays one of the seven offenders

Smile: Eleanor wore her russet mane in gentle waves around her features and her costume was decorated with various items of statement jewellery

Smile: Eleanor wore her russet mane in gentle waves around her features and her costume was decorated with various items of statement jewellery

The show is new to the BBC and Amazon Prime, with season one yet to air this year, and season two already being shot. 

The Office co-creator Stephen wrote the show, with absent Eleanor playing Gabby, an ‘aristocratic celebutante whose glamour and life of leisure masks deep-rooted problems’.

In a recent interview, she said of her character: ‘Gabby is a social-media influencer with a drink and drug problem. 

Radiant: Eleanor wore her russet mane in gentle waves around her features and her costume was decorated with various items of statement jewellery

Radiant: Eleanor wore her russet mane in gentle waves around her features and her costume was decorated with various items of statement jewellery

Glowing: She added porcelain make-up to complete the ensemble, with deft brushes of bronzer

Warm: She donned a cosy dressing gown

Glowing: She added porcelain make-up to complete the ensemble, with deft brushes of bronzer

‘She is wild and uncontrollable and, without being unkind, blissfully unaware of the lives of others around her, which makes her outrageously funny to play.’

Filming began last year but was postponed because of Covid.

Discussing his forthcoming series, Merchant – who comes from Bristol, where the show is based – admitted production was initially hampered by the spread of coronavirus in 2020.

Exciting: The show is new to the BBC and Amazon Prime, with season one yet to air this year, and season two already being shot

Exciting: The show is new to the BBC and Amazon Prime, with season one yet to air this year, and season two already being shot

Trouble: The Office co-creator Stephen wrote the show, with absent Eleanor playing Gabby, an 'aristocratic celebutante whose glamour and life of leisure masks deep-rooted problems'

Plot: leanor, who plays Gabby in the series, was seen in a pretty floral top while washing the windscreen of a Maserati car

Trouble: The Office co-creator Stephen wrote the show, with absent Eleanor playing Gabby, an ‘aristocratic celebutante whose glamour and life of leisure masks deep-rooted problems’

He told The Sun: ‘Like so many other productions, we’d just begun filming when COVID-19 struck and we had to shut-down.  

‘I’m delighted that we’re now finally able to resume filming with this incredible cast and finish this long-standing passion project.

‘This is the first series I’ve made in my hometown of Bristol and I’m so excited to showcase the city and utilise the amazing local talent.’

Oh dear: Filming began last year but was postponed because of Covid

Oh dear: Filming began last year but was postponed because of Covid

Difficult: Discussing his forthcoming series, Merchant - who comes from Bristol, where the show is based - admitted production was initially hampered by the spread of coronavirus in 2020

Difficult: Discussing his forthcoming series, Merchant – who comes from Bristol, where the show is based – admitted production was initially hampered by the spread of coronavirus in 2020

Name change: The Stephen Merchant written production was formerly known as The Offenders

Name change: The Stephen Merchant written production was formerly known as The Offenders

Plot: Seven outlaws are brought together to complete a community payback sentence in Bristol

Plot: Seven outlaws are brought together to complete a community payback sentence in Bristol

Community: She was filming scenes at a charity car wash

Community: She was filming scenes at a charity car wash

Project: The actress was seen on location in Bristol with her co-stars

Project: The actress was seen on location in Bristol with her co-stars

Star: Clare Perkins looked casual in a pink jacket and khaki trousers

Star: Clare Perkins looked casual in a pink jacket and khaki trousers

Filming ground to a halt after just 12 days due to health concerns, but work has since continued in earnest as Britain’s third national lockdown was lifted.

Reflecting on the BBC’s unorthodox decision to commission a second series before gauging the popularity of the first, producer Kenton Allen told Deadline: ‘We said, ‘We’ll write Season 2 if you commission Season 2’. 

‘We were able to rewrite Season 1 to reflect what we know is going to happen to the characters in Season 2. We were able to deepen it and layer it.’

Bold: Reflecting on the BBC's unorthodox decision to commission a second series before gauging the popularity of the first, producer Kenton Allen told Deadline: 'We said, 'We'll write Season 2 if you commission Season 2'

Bold: Reflecting on the BBC’s unorthodox decision to commission a second series before gauging the popularity of the first, producer Kenton Allen told Deadline: ‘We said, ‘We’ll write Season 2 if you commission Season 2’

Pandemic: Filming ground to a halt after just 12 days due to health concerns, but work has since continued in earnest as Britain's third national lockdown was lifted

Pandemic: Filming ground to a halt after just 12 days due to health concerns, but work has since continued in earnest as Britain’s third national lockdown was lifted

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