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Killing Eve: Is that Sandra Oh hiding under the umbrella? Cast member concealed during filming

Killing Eve series three filming got underway on Wednesday as Sandra Oh made an explosive return to the show with Fiona Shaw in New Malden, London

The actress, 48, plays Eve Polastri on the hit BBC One series, and her character was left for dead at the end of series two after she was shot by Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer. 

Yet the new filming pictures sparked speculation that Eve survived the violent attack as Sandra was seen shooting scenes outside a restaurant after a mystery cast member was concealed earlier on in the day under an umbrella. 

Series three: Killing Eve series three filming got underway on Wednesday as Sandra Oh made an explosive return to the show in New Malden, London

Series three: Killing Eve series three filming got underway on Wednesday as Sandra Oh made an explosive return to the show in New Malden, London 

Sandra was seen in the al fresco dining area as she wore a chef’s uniform — a far cry from her former job in MI5 security and as a MI6 agent.    

As the camera rolled, Sandra took several drags on a cigarette and made an important-looking phone call as she transformed into her character of Eve.

The actress could later be seen with her head in her hands, no doubt worried about Villanelle’s whereabouts after she tried to kill her at the end of series two. 

Filming begins: Fiona Shaw, 61, who plays Carolyn Martens — the head of MI6's Russia desk on Killing Eve, transformed into character for the busy day of shooting

Filming begins: Fiona Shaw, 61, who plays Carolyn Martens — the head of MI6’s Russia desk on Killing Eve, transformed into character for the busy day of shooting

Back from dead? The new filming pictures sparked speculation that Eve Polastri is alive as Sandra was seen shooting scenes outside a restaurant

Back from dead? The new filming pictures sparked speculation that Eve Polastri is alive as Sandra was seen shooting scenes outside a restaurant 

Alive? The actress, 48, plays Eve Polastri on the BBC One series

Survived? Her character was left for dead at the end of series two after she was shot by Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer

Alive? The actress, 48, plays Eve Polastri on the BBC One series, and her character was left for dead at the end of series two after she was shot by Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer

New job? Sandra was seen in the al fresco dining area as she wore a chef's uniform — a far cry from her former job in MI5 security and as a MI6 agent

New job? Sandra was seen in the al fresco dining area as she wore a chef’s uniform — a far cry from her former job in MI5 security and as a MI6 agent

It’s not known whether Sandra’s character Eve has survived the shooting or whether they are filming shots for a flashback scene in series three, explaining the chef costume. 

Earlier in the day, a mystery cast member was concealed underneath a huge black umbrella, sparking speculation that it could be Sandra, which has now been confirmed. 

Meanwhile, Fiona, 61, who plays Carolyn Martens — the head of MI6’s Russia desk on Killing Eve, transformed into character for the busy day of shooting.

Getting into character: As the camera rolled, Sandra took several drags on a cigarette

Villanelle? She made an important-looking phone call as she transformed into her character of Eve

Getting into character: As the camera rolled, Sandra took several drags on a cigarette and made an important-looking phone call as she transformed into her character of Eve

Stressed? The actress could later be seen with her head in her hands, no doubt worried about Villanelle's whereabouts after she tried to kill her at the end of series two

Stressed? The actress could later be seen with her head in her hands, no doubt worried about Villanelle’s whereabouts after she tried to kill her at the end of series two

Phone call: Sandra appeared to be taking a tense-looking call while in character

Who is it? Could it be the MI6 office or Villanelle on the call?

Phone call: Sandra appeared to be taking a tense-looking call while in character, could it be the MI6 office or Villanelle on the call? 

Flashback? It's not known whether Sandra's character Eve has survived the shooting or whether they are filming shots for a flashback scene in series three

Flashback? It’s not known whether Sandra’s character Eve has survived the shooting or whether they are filming shots for a flashback scene in series three

Earlier in the day: Earlier in the day, a mystery cast member was concealed underneath a huge black umbrella, sparking speculation that it could be Sandra, which has now been confirmed

Earlier in the day: Earlier in the day, a mystery cast member was concealed underneath a huge black umbrella, sparking speculation that it could be Sandra, which has now been confirmed

The Harry Potter star wore a pair of black trousers with an oversized camel coat over the top and stylish brown loafers.

Fiona made sure she stayed dry from the stormy British weather as she wore a long black padded coat in-between takes. 

Killing Eve has a tradition of ending each series with the fate of a main character in jeopardy, series one ended with Eve having stabbed Villanelle while series two concluded with the latter shooting the MI6 agent.   

Wounded: Eve pictured after being shot by Villanelle in the series two finale

Wounded: Eve pictured after being shot by Villanelle in the series two finale  

Show tradition: Killing Eve has a tradition of ending each series with the fate of a main character in jeopardy

Violent: Series one ended with Eve having stabbed Villanelle

Show tradition: Killing Eve has a tradition of ending each series with the fate of a main character in jeopardy

Killer: The cliffhanger finale of series two ended with Villanelle shooting Eve and leaving her for dead, after the assassin imagined living with Eve together in Alaska

Killer: The cliffhanger finale of series two ended with Villanelle shooting Eve and leaving her for dead, after the assassin imagined living with Eve together in Alaska

Murderer: It also saw Eve kill handler Raymond, played by Adrian Scarborough, with an axe

Murderer: Villanelle told her: 'It's OK if you feel weird. You just killed someone for the first time.'

Murderer: It also saw Eve kill handler Raymond, played by Adrian Scarborough, with an axe – as Villanelle told her: ‘It’s OK if you feel weird. You just killed someone for the first time.’

'Thelma and Louise': Co-showrunner Sally Woodward Gentle revealed that producers had considered if the duo should 'do a Thelma and Louise', but added: 'Then what do they do?'

‘Thelma and Louise’: Co-showrunner Sally Woodward Gentle revealed that producers had considered if the duo should ‘do a Thelma and Louise’, but added: ‘Then what do they do?’

'Deluded': She told The Hollywood Reporter that Eve would 'very quickly realise that she had been deluding herself about the reality of what that life would actually be'

Exciting: Sally said the already-announced third season would be 'something that feels bold and different from the one before and you can explore big ideas'

‘Deluded’: She told The Hollywood Reporter that Eve would ‘very quickly realise that she had been deluding herself about the reality of what that life would actually be’

The cliffhanger finale of series two ended with Villanelle shooting Eve and leaving her for dead, after the assassin imagined living with Eve together in Alaska. 

It also saw Eve kill handler Raymond, played by Adrian Scarborough, with an axe – as Villanelle told her: ‘It’s OK if you feel weird. You just killed someone for the first time.’ 

Co-showrunner Sally Woodward Gentle revealed that producers had considered if the duo should ‘do a Thelma and Louise’, but added: ‘Then what do they do?’

She told The Hollywood Reporter that Eve would ‘very quickly realise that she had been deluding herself about the reality of what that life would actually be’.

She's back: Fiona, 61, who plays Carolyn Martens — the head of MI6's Russia desk on Killing Eve, transformed into character for the busy day of shooting

She’s back: Fiona, 61, who plays Carolyn Martens — the head of MI6’s Russia desk on Killing Eve, transformed into character for the busy day of shooting

Filming: The Harry Potter star wore a pair of black trousers with an oversized camel coat over the top and stylish brown loafers

Filming: The Harry Potter star wore a pair of black trousers with an oversized camel coat over the top and stylish brown loafers

Sheltered: Production crew kept the actress sheltered with an umbrella during filming

Sheltered: Fiona made sure she stayed dry from the stormy British weather as she wore a long black padded coat in-between takes

Sheltered: Fiona made sure she stayed dry from the stormy British weather as she wore a long black padded coat in-between takes

Production: Production crew pictured setting up in the location to film series three

Production: Production crew pictured setting up in the location to film series three 

Sally said the already-announced third season would be ‘something that feels bold and different from the one before and you can explore big ideas’.

Meanwhile, Sandra previously refused to confirm whether her character Eve is dead or not after the season two cliffhanger. 

The Grey’s Anatomy star, 48, also teased that where she was shot has a ‘hidden significance’ for her character.

Secretive: Sandra was concealed earlier on in the day underneath huge black umbrellas

Exit: The actress was pictured getting into a car during filming

Secretive: Sandra was concealed earlier on in the day underneath huge black umbrellas 

Suspense: Meanwhile, Sandra previously refused to confirm whether her character Eve is dead or not after the season two cliffhanger (Villanelle pictured shooting her in a show still)

Suspense: Meanwhile, Sandra previously refused to confirm whether her character Eve is dead or not after the season two cliffhanger (Villanelle pictured shooting her in a show still) 

Sandra told Entertainment Weekly: ‘What was Villanelle thinking at that moment? Was she really wanting to kill her? Was she not? We have not yet decided.  

‘I will say the blood is coming from a certain area, and I think that we may move that around, the area of the shot. All that stuff is really being creatively decided right now. 

‘What is the meaning of where she shot her? Obviously, it’s somewhere in her back, and in her body, but where it is and how close to the kill. I want to answer this question… next year. I have an idea, but we haven’t shot it yet.’

Love-hate relationship: Sandra told Entertainment Weekly : 'What was Villanelle thinking at that moment? Was she really wanting to kill her? Was she not? We have not yet decided.' (Villanelle pictured after Eve stabbed her at the end of series one)

Love-hate relationship: Sandra told Entertainment Weekly : ‘What was Villanelle thinking at that moment? Was she really wanting to kill her? Was she not? We have not yet decided.’ (Villanelle pictured after Eve stabbed her at the end of series one)

Exciting: 'I will say the blood is coming from a certain area, and I think that we may move that around, the area of the shot. All that stuff is really being creatively decided right now,' she added (Eve and Villanelle pictured in a show still)

Exciting: ‘I will say the blood is coming from a certain area, and I think that we may move that around, the area of the shot. All that stuff is really being creatively decided right now,’ she added (Eve and Villanelle pictured in a show still) 

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