Nicole Kidman captures Grace Kelly's elegance in floral vintage dress on set of new biopic
23:36 GMT, 23 October 2012
Nicole Kidman was the model of elegance as stepped on set in Menton, France, wearing a vintage floral dress for her upcoming biopic Grace of Monaco.
The 45-year-old star was costumed as the late actress-turned-princess in the colourful design as she arrived to film her scenes on Tuesday.
Stylists had accessorised the Oscar winner's look with a large hat, long white gloves and flat shoes.
Turning back the clock: Nicole Kidman was costumed in a vintage floral dress on Tuesday as she film scenes for her upcoming film Grace o Monaco in Menton, France
They styled Kidman's cropped blonde hair in loose curls which were tucked under the hat.
The superstar was spotted carrying a basket of bread during her scenes as she walked across a bridge.
The crew also filmed her on a sprawling yacht that had been docked in Nice, France a day earlier.
Channeling a style icon: Nicole wore a similar dress to one Grace Kelly donned in the 1954 film Rear Window
Hollywood classic: Rear Window co-starred James Stewart and was nominated for four Oscars
Last week the actress was spotted shooting in Monaco as she plays Kelly who was considered one of the most beautiful and stylish women in the world.
She has been making every effort to emulate the regal Princess of Monaco, and was even pictured riding a horse during a shoot last week.
Ready to sail: Kidman also filmed scenes on a yacht docked in Nice's harbor in France on Monday evening
Ready to roll: The cast and crew prepare for what appears to be a party scene
The biopic tells the story of the Philadelphia-born star, who made it big in Hollywood before she married Price Rainier of Monaco at a fairy-tale wedding in 1956.
Helmed by La Vie en Rose director Olivier Dahn, and with a reported $30million budget, the film co-stars Tim Roth, Parker Posey, and Milo Ventimiglia.
Grace of Monaco is scheduled for release some time in 2014.