She recently revealed that the popular ITV drama Victoria would be taking a ‘bit of a breather’ following an action-packed finale.
And actress Jenna Coleman could be seen doing just that as she stepped outside for a stroll thorough London on Monday.
The 33-year-old actress looked effortlessly chic in a high-neck striped jumpsuit as she enjoyed a day out in the capital.
The Victoria star appeared in high spirits as she enjoyed a day out in the city.
Letting her brunette locks rest gently against her shoulders, Jenna opted for a touch of lipstick and a swipe of blush as she stepped outside.
She completed her look with a pair of peach-coloured sandals, beige-rimmed sunglasses and a small maroon handbag slung over her shoulder.
Jenna’s sighting comes as she takes a well-deserved break from playing Queen Victoria in the popular historical drama.
Earlier this month, Victoria fans were left on the edge of their seats as Prince Albert was seen collapsing after trying to ensure the Great Exhibition was a success.
Fans were left open-mouthed as a shocked and desperate Victoria was left calling out her husband’s name during the episode’s final minutes.
The series finale of the royal drama also saw the monarch offer to attend the grand opening in an effort to boost interest and saw Sophie remained imprisoned in her home by her husband the Duke.
Speaking to presenter Zoe Ball on BBC Radio 2 before the show’s airing, Jenna shared how her time playing the aging monarch would eventually come to an end in the same way Claire Foy had to be recast for the Netflix period drama The Crown.
During the show Jenna said: ‘I think there will be a point where we have to recast Victoria because, you know, I have seven children now, number eight is on its way.
‘When else do I get to take a character to her mid 40s? But practically speaking there’s definitely going to be a cut-off point.
‘Yes there are great prosthetics but I’m lowering my voice so much at the moment, there’s going to be a point where it’s no longer feasible so I’m going to have to pass on the regal baton on.’