Millie Bobby Brown was pictured on set for the first time while filming scenes for Enola Holmes 2 in Hull on Monday.
The actress, 17, wore a traditional period costume consisting of a brown waistcoat, which had been layered above a pink shirt for the Netflix sequel.
She kept a matching brown maxi skirt clean with a blue apron and remained warm beneath a navy coat while glued to her phone in-between takes.
Spotted: Millie Bobby Brown was pictured on set for the first time while filming scenes for Enola Holmes 2 in Hull on Monday
She wore her chocolate tresses in a neat middle parting and clutched an oversized red mug, while being flanked by a burly security guard.
A striking white horse was tended to a by a team-member wearing an orange high-visibility jacket, while stacks of hay acted as props.
Reprising her role as the titular character, the Stranger Things star will grace the small screen alongside the likes of Helena Bonham-Carter, 55, Sam Claflin, 35, and Henry Cavill, 38
The actress, 17, wore a traditional period costume layered beneath a warm navy coat while glued to her phone in-between takes of the Netflix sequel
Only the previous day, Henry was spotted looking dapper in a black wool coat while wearing his chocolate tresses in their natural curls.
The Sherlock Holmes actor shot a serious expression while chatting to members of the movie’s production crew, who appeared to be busy at work on the famous Land of Green Ginger street.
A newcomer to the franchise donned a charcoal tailcoat and wore his blonde tresses in a sleek side parting.
Meanwhile, the costume department had gone to town on one brunette actress who had been styled into a red-and-black 19th century dress featuring orange prints.
Protected: She wore her chocolate tresses in a neat middle parting and clutched an oversized red mug, while being flanked by a burly security guard
The long-sleeved number featured a black ruffled collar, which coordinated with the feather on her grey hat.
An imposing horse-drawn carriage featuring advertisements for Sunlight Soap and Jones & Jackson Sole Prop’rs rolled along the narrow street.
Confirming the scene was set in the capital, its frame featured signage for London hotspots Charing Cross, Tottenham Court Road, Baker Street, Edgware Road and Kilburn.
It’s thought that Harry Bradbeer will be back to direct the second installment, with Jack Thorne also returning to pen the script.
Team: the Stranger Things star (centre) will grace the small screen alongside the likes of Sam Claflin, 35, (right) and Henry Cavill, 38 (left) [pictured in-character]
Speaking about the sequel in a statement for Deadline, leading lady Millie said: ‘I can’t wait to collaborate again with my Enola Holmes family!
‘Enola holds a special place in my heart – she’s strong, fearless, intelligent and brave. I look forward to fans seeing how her journey continues!’
In the movie, the youngest member of the Holmes family goes off in search of her missing mother, even as her more famous brothers try to thwart her investigation.
The film was originally planned for a theatrical release by Warner Bros., but it was picked up by Netflix in April amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Millie previously revealed that she ‘found it really challenging being British’ in the role after five years in the American Netflix series Stranger Things.
Millie, who grew up in Dorset, England, and settled in Florida with her family to pursue her acting career aged eight, said she ‘had to learn how to speak again’.
Speaking to Radio Times, she said: ‘For the last five years I’ve been playing an American character in Stranger Things and I found it really challenging being British in this, even though I am a Brit.
‘I had to learn how to speak again because I’m so used to speaking in an American accent.’
Talented: Millie, who grew up in Dorset, England, and settled in Florida with her family to pursue her acting career aged eight, said she ‘had to learn how to speak again’ for the role [pictured in-character]