James Bond star Léa Seydoux slips into tiny nightgown to film on a balcony as she reprises Dr Madeleine Swann role on the set of No Time To Die in Italy
She is reprising her role as the tenacious Dr Madeleine Swann which she first played in 2015 film Spectre.
And James Bond star Léa Seydoux was seen shooting scenes for No Time To Die on a hotel balcony in Matera, Italy on Tuesday.
The French actress, 34, exuded Bond girl glamour as she slipped into a tiny nightgown to film suitably dramatic scenes for the 25th film in the franchise.
Dr Swann is back! James Bond star Léa Seydoux was seen shooting scenes for No Time To Die on a hotel balcony in Matera, Italy on Tuesday
The Blue Is The Warmest Colour star flaunted her honed legs in the scanty white garment as she struck a brooding pose on the balcony in the evening.
Léa then wrapped up in a pastel pink dressing gown as she lingered in the doorway and appeared to have an intense chat with someone - presumably her love interest James Bond, played by Daniel Craig, 51.
The star wore her blonde bob in soft waves while a radiant palette of make-up adorned her stunning visage.
Daniel was also seen on set on Tuesday, filming a brutal fist-fight between Bond and an unknown villain.
Toned: The French actress, 34, exuded Bond girl glamour as she slipped into a tiny nightgown to film suitably dramatic scenes for the 25th film in the franchise
Brooding: The Blue Is The Warmest Colour star flaunted her honed legs in the scanty white garment as she struck a brooding pose on the balcony in the evening
Strike a pose: Léa then wrapped up in a pastel pink dressing gown as she lingered in the doorway and appeared to have an intense chat with someone - presumably her love interest James Bond, played by Daniel Craig, 51
Centre of attention: The beauty was confident as she filmed scenes for the hotly anticipated film
The dapper actor, clad in a cream suit, aubergine tie and blue shirt, was seen grappling with his on-screen enemy, before the duo were thrown to the ground by a motorcyclist.
Dr Swann and Bond's romance, sparked in Spectre, appears to still be going strong in No Time To Die, with the pair sharing a passionate kiss during filming last week.
No Time To Die is the 25th chapter in the 007 franchise, which will see Daniel make his final outing as the iconic Secret Secret Service agent.
Stunt doubles and drivers have been a regular presence in Matera over recent weeks, with a second unit filming chase scenes around the town's winding, narrow streets.
Breathtaking: The star wore her blonde bob in soft waves while a radiant palette of make-up adorned her stunning visage
Filming: The actress looked sensational as she reprised her role on the set
Hotel balcony: The star wrapped up in a dressing gown as she filmed the stunning scenes
Film crew: The crew of the hit film watched on as Lea filmed dramatic new scenes
Shaken, not stirred: The star looked pensive as she filmed scenes on a hotel balcony
Bond's iconic car, a vintage DB5 Aston Martin, has also been a prominent feature since the production landed in Italy, with the vehicle either being pursued, or finding itself in hot pursuit of other vehicles throughout many of the new film's latest scenes.
No Time To Die is co-written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge who was brought on board to sprinkle her magic on the script for the 25th movie in the film franchise based on Ian Fleming's hit novels.
The film had previously been given the working title Shatterhand, however the title has since been changed to match Bond's more iconic film titles.
Production finally kicked off in April of this year, though it had already been delayed by several months following the departure of original director Danny Boyle.
The film, which also stars Naomie Harris, Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Whishaw, sees Rami Malek take on the role of an as-yet-untitled villain.
Dapper: Daniel was also seen on set on Tuesday, filming a brutal fist-fight between Bond and an unknown villain
There it is: Bond's iconic Aston Martin DB5 was seen on the set in Italy
Bond, James Bond: Craig was instantly recognisable as he filmed scenes for the hit film
But it has suffered a turbulent production process in recent months after Craig suffered a nasty ankle injury while filming a separate chase sequence in Jamaica, the spiritual home of Bond creator Ian Fleming.
The actor underwent an operation followed by two weeks of rehabilitation in May, causing major delays to the long awaited production.
The official Twitter account for Bond 25 released a statement concerning his injuries at the time, writing: 'Daniel Craig will be undergoing minor ankle surgery resulting from an injury sustained during filming in Jamaica.
'Production will continue whilst Craig is rehabilitating for two weeks post-surgery. The film remains on track for the same release date in April 2020'.
Chat: The star was seen chatting with the crew of the film as he prepared to film
The British star was said to have flown to New York City for treatment, but was thought to be 'furious' that he injured himself after months of gruelling preparation for the role.
Meanwhile over at the UK's Pinewood Studios three explosions went off on set after a stunt went wrong during filming last month.
Health and Safety officials arrived on the set of the beleaguered movie after an explosion ripped a hole in a sound stage and injured a member of the crew.
The official Twitter account for the 007 franchise confirmed the blasts, with a post saying: 'During the filming of a controlled explosion on the set of Bond 25 today at Pinewood Studios, damage was caused to the exterior of the 007 Stage.
Back on: Lea will reprise her role as Dr Swann, who may well be Bond's true love