She has been busy filming scenes for the upcoming BBC drama, The Trial Of Christine Keeler, together with actress Sophie Cookson.
And Ellie Bamber, 22 years old, got caught up in the rain when she arrived at the character in the 1960s siren Mandy Rice-Davies outside the Highbury Vaults pub in Bristol.
The BBC drama will tell the true story of two models involved in a political scandal when Keeler had an affair with the married state secretary For War John Profumo.
Downpour: Ellie Bamber was caught in the rain while filming an upcoming BBC Christine Keeler drama in Bristol on Wednesday – she plays Mandy Rice-Davies
In the rain or in the shine: she had a large umbrella that protected her from the elements
Ellie was dressed in a beautiful pink outfit, complete with a perfectly matching 60s hat, but with a very modern quilted jacket over the top and Ugg boots.
An assistant held an extra large umbrella above her head as she made her way down the car to ensure that her hair and outfit did not get wet.
Sophie, 28, who takes on the role of Christine Keeler, was also photographed on this day.
Flawless: Ellie takes on the role of model Mandy Rice-Davies, Keeler's friend who was engaged in the Profumo affair (especially during the trial in 1963)
Candid: Keeler, who died in December 2017, once told the Daily Mail & Baz Bamigboye that the events to which she had participated in the early 1960s [her] life & # 39;
She had her hair styled in a bulky style, but she was still in her own wardrobe of baggy torn jeans, Converse trainers, and a black jacket.
While the series is almost at the end of the filming, Ellie spoke with the Evening Standard about her role in the series by playing Keeler & # 39; s friend Mandy.
She told the publication that this series is the first time that the Profumo affair is being told from the perspective of a woman.
Leading role: Sophie, 28, who took on the leading role of Keeler, was also photographed in her own clothing on the day itself
High fashion: Sophie's hair was styled in a voluminous style when she stepped in wide torn jeans in bad weather
She added: & I think it is very important because they were not prostitutes, they were not w **** s, they were just two very, very young women who were totally manipulated and called names they called were absolutely not.
& # 39; I think it's time for the truth to come out and people look at it without judging. & # 39;
The BBC six-part drama – scheduled for release in November – will investigate the role of 19-year-old Keeler in the scandal, which later became known as the Profumo affair.
New role: the BBC's six-part drama – scheduled for release in November – will explore the role of 19-year-old Keeler in the scandal, which later became known as the Profumo affair
Great job: an assistant held an oversized umbrella over Ellie & # 39; s head as she curled her way down into the car in a car to make sure her hair and outfit didn't get wet
In 1961, Keeler had a brief affair with John Profumo, the Secretary of State for War, who was married to film actress Valerie Hobson.
Profumo denied the affair in Parliament, but to make matters more complicated, Keeler had also seen the Soviet Navy Attache Yevgeny Ivanov.
The ensuing scandal threw the young model and her friend, Rice-Davies, in the public spotlight and destroyed many of those who were in it.
Stephen Ward, the osteopath of society who introduced Keeler to his friends in high places, committed suicide during his 1963 trial for the life of immoral merits.
The model, who died in December 2017, once told Daily Mail & # 39; s Baz Bamigboye that the events in which she had participated in the early 1960s were back [her] life & # 39 ;.
Her son, Seymour Platt, repeated this point when he noted to Bamigboye that his mother earned her place in British history, but for a huge personal prize.
Throwback: Sophie was also seen on location, recently filmed the scenes, and wore a chic blue trench coat and orange headscarf (Keeler was seen in the time of the affair)