Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney suffers a wardrobe malfunction as she shoots scenes for new movie in billowing pink gown at Sydney Opera House
The 25-year-old suffered a minor wardrobe malfunction as she shot scenes at the iconic Sydney Opera House on Monday.
The Euhoria star donned a flowing pink gown with a thigh-high split, and suffered the results of an errant gust of wind flowing off Sydney Harbour.
Scrambling to adjust the fabric as it floated up, Sydney managed to cover her bare legs and regain her composure.
The dress clung close to her impressive physique and the V-neck cut showed off her ample bust.
The blonde beauty wore her locks down around her face in soft waves and opted for a clean makeup look.
She completed her look with a pair of silver heels and opted to go without accessories.
The Handmaid's Tale actress appeared to be filming a romantic scene alongside her co-star, American actor Glen Powell, 34.
Sydney has been busy on the set of her new film, which is being shot in Australia.
The yet-to-be-titled romantic comedy is filming around Sydney and is directed by Will Gluck, who helmed romcoms Easy A and Friends With Benefits.
Details on the plot of the R-rated flick are being kept under wraps, but the film will also star Bryan Brown, Michelle Hurd, Hadley Robinson and Darren Barnet.
The project is expected to bring AUD $41 million into the local New South Wales economy, as well as creating over 440 jobs for cast and crew.
Sydney has been Down Under for several weeks now and has been visiting popular tourist spots in Sydney including Taronga Zoo and Luna Park.
The Nocturne star has also been filming in locations across the city, including the inner city suburb of Surry Hills and Double Bay, in the city's east.
On Sunday, the star took a well-deserved break to attend her first AFL game at the Sydney Cricket Ground with her actor pals Dermot Mulroney and Rachel Griffiths.
Sydney appeared to be having the time of her life on the day, with the trio sporting matching Sydney Swans scarves in an image shared to Instagram.
They were there to cheer on the Sydney Swans as they took on the Hawthorn Hawks.
The White Lotus actress is best known for her racy role on the teen series Euphoria, but she has recently been promoting her latest film, Reality.
Reality is based on true events that took place in the life of a woman named Reality Winner in 2017.