Sheridan Smith cuts a mischievous figure as she is driven home by her handsome driver
Sheridan Smith took to Instagram on Friday to share a cheeky clip from the trip home from his latest TV project.
The 40-year-old cut a glamorous figure by sporting long, curly tresses with her bangs swept away from her face.
In the short clip, Sheridan, who split from boyfriend Alex Lowther in January, smiled and looked playful as she sat in the back of her chauffeured car.
Home time: Sheridan Smith, 40, took to Instagram on Friday to share a cheeky clip from the trip home from his latest TV project
Judge Starstruck seemed to enjoy the company of her driver Alex Savescu, whose name she copied in her post alongside a heart of gold.
Driver Alex could be seen looking briefly at the blonde beauty as he smiled in the rearview mirror as Sheridan smiled politely at him.
The actress opted for a bronze complexion, with a warm smokey eye and a chic nude lip.
Chatty: Judge Starstuck seemed to enjoy the company of her driver Alex Savescu whose name she copied in her message alongside a heart of gold
Glam: With a glamorous makeup palette, the actress, who split from boyfriend Alex Lawler in January, opted for a bronzed complexion and a chic nude lip
Heart: Captioning the photo, the mother-of-one wrote, ‘Home time’ with a peachy pink heart
The Two Pints of Lager and a Packet Of Chips star wrote, “Home time” with a peachy pink heart.
Sheridan, who shares son Billy, 23 months, with ex-partner Jamie Horn, was seen in the makeup chair earlier this week.
The busy actress shared the snaps with her 700,000 followers as she received her latest look from celebrity makeup artist Helena Joping.
Working mum: Sheridan, who shares 23-month-old son Billy with ex-partner Jamie Horn, was seen in the makeup chair earlier this week
After working on Worzel Gummage and A Very British Scandal on the BBC, Helena chose to paint the actress’ face in a glamorous makeup palette.
With a flawless complexion and a metallic scarlet lip, Sheridan beamed for the camera.
Her character’s costume included a large pair of golf hoop earrings, her blonde hair framing her handsome face.
Returns: Sheridan will next be seen on the big screen in The Railway Children’s Return, a highly anticipated sequel to the 1970s classic (pictured with co-stars Jenny Agutter, right, and Austin Haynes)
Sheridan will next be seen on the big screen in The Railway Children Return, a highly anticipated sequel to the 1970s classic.
Jhe film, due for release on July 15, 2022, will follow children evacuated from Salford to the Yorkshire village of Oakworth during World War II.
Jenny Agutter reprises her role as Roberta ‘Bobbie’ Waterbury over five decades since the original film – The Railwa Children – and she’s joined by the on-screen girl played by Sherdian as they adore the evacuees: Lily (Beau Gadsdon ), Pattie (Eden Hamilton) and Ted (Zac Cudby).
Quest: The story will follow the children evacuated from Salford to the Yorkshire village of Oakworth during World War II
While navigating their new surroundings, the curious children find a wounded American soldier, Abe (Kenneth Aikens [KJ]), hiding in the courtyard of Oakworth Station.
They quickly befriend him and embark on a potentially dangerous quest to help him find his way home.
Austin Haynes as Bobbie’s grandson, along with BAFTA-winning actor Tom Courtenay and Game Of Thrones’ John Bradley, will also star in the upcoming family feature.
Heartwarming: The children quickly befriend wounded soldier Abe and embark on a potentially dangerous quest to help him find his way home
She’s back: Jenny reprises her role as Roberta ‘Bobbie’ Waterbury more than five decades since the original film (pictured in 1970)
Leading the production is Morgan Matthews, whose previous credits include Taxidermy: Stuff the World, Channel 4’s My Crazy Parents and the feature Beautiful Young Minds.
The team shot scenes in key locations from the original film, including Haworth, Oakworth Station, The Brontë Parsonage and the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway.
Filming began in May 2021 and lasted between six and eight weeks.
Famous faces: Austin Haynes (middle left) as Bobbie’s grandson, along with BAFTA award-winning actor Tom Courtenay (bottom right) and Game Of Thrones’ John Bradley (bottom left)