Killing Eve's Jodie Comer is worlds away from the wicked Villanelle as she keeps it VERY low-key during make-up free outing in London
- WARNING: Contains Killing Eve spoiler
She's been busy filming night scenes for series three of hit drama Killing Eve.
Yet Jodie Comer was worlds away from her wicked character Villanelle as kept it casual in jeans and a long black coat during an outing in London on Friday.
The Liverpool-born star, 26, went makeup-free and crossed the road with her blonde hair pulled back, possibly after another night of acting her hit role as the assassin.
Casual: Jodie Comer, 26, went make-up free as she stepped out in jeans and a long black coat in London on Friday
Jodie donned an over-sized maroon red t-shirt and practical chunky boots with red laces for the outing as she displayed her chic off-duty style.
To complete her outfit Jodie carried a black leather bag and appeared to have another canvas tote tucked in behind it.
The actress, who is also set to star in film Free Guy alongside Ryan Reynolds, was also seen in a similar outfit on Wednesday night.
Makeup free: The actress looked fresh-faced and toted a black handbag which complemented her chunky boots
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While filming night scenes for Killing Eve she was spotted wearing a padded coat and then a high-vis jacket while disguising herself as a police woman.
Jodie wore the police jacket with her light blue straight-leg jeans and the same chunky boots as she was wearing on Friday.
Her face was only partly visible through the visor of her helmet, as was the bottom of her maroon red t-shirt.
More to come: Jodie was pictured dressed in a policewoman's disguise on Wednesday night also wearing a maroon top, pale jeans and chunky boots with red laces
It was previously reported that Villanelle's police disguise comes as an attempt to thwart Machiavellian spy boss Carolyn Martens, played by Fiona Shaw, 61.
While Jodie has usually been dressed in the height of fashion for her iconic role, she is barely-recognisable in her latest attire.
Season two finished on a cliffhanger, after British spy Eve – played by Sandra Oh, 48, – was shot, possibly fatally.
Villanelle: Jodie (pictured) plays Sandra's lovesick partner in the hit show - the pair have a love hate relationship and often try to kill one another
Villanelle had confronted Eve to tell her: ‘You love me. I love you, I do. You’re mine. You are. You are mine.’
But when Eve rebuffed her advances, Villanelle pulled the trigger. The last viewers saw of Eve was her lying motionless, left for dead.
However, fans have widely speculated that this may have been a ruse and she could reappear in the next series.
Filming: Eve was shot (on the ground) by Jodie's character Villanelle in the season 2 cliffhanger
Thinking: Sandra Oh, who plays Eve, revealed that her character doesn't die in the show
And in an interview with NET-A-PORTER’s digital title, PORTER, Sandra confirmed: 'So, obviously I didn’t die.'
'[The next season] is basically about where you come back after that, emotionally,' she says, giving everything and nothing away at once.'
Season three will be shown on the BBC next year. Killing Eve has become an international phenomenon, claiming BAFTAs and Emmys.
Ouch! Season two finished on a cliffhanger, after British spy Eve – played by Sandra Oh, 48, (left) – was shot, possibly fatally (pictured at a BAFTA party in September)