After a little preview of her look, Nicole Kidman has now been fully revealed as Hollywood icon Grace Kelly on the set of her upcoming drama Grace of Monaco. La vie en rose director Olivier Dahan is helming the drama that centers on Kelly’s heroic behind-the-scenes effort back in 1962 to prevent war between France and Monaco, a conflict that was boiling up due to some tax conflicts.
Sporting a yellow coat and a throwback style, she certainly looks fitting for the elegant role, which finds her on location in Menton, France. Scripted by Arash Amel, the ensemble also includes Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Robert Lindsay, Paz Vega, Geraldine Somerville, Tim Roth, Frank Langella, Parker Posey and Milo Ventimiglia, and images can be seen above and below thanks to Just Jared.
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