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Rose Byrne wears a plush baby blue robe after day of filming season two of Apple TV+ series Physical

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Rose Byrne was spotted wrapping up a day of filming in Los Angeles on Wednesday.The 42-year-old Australian-born actress wore a long, plush, baby blue robe after working on season two of the Apple TV+ show Physical.Byrne's dark hair was styled in luscious and voluminous curls as her eyes peered over a black face mask.

Long day: Rose Byrne was spotted wrapping up a day of filming in Los Angeles on WednesdayRose tied the robe at her waist and underneath the textured cloak she had on a pink top.

The actress' hands were full as she carried a transparent orange jug of water in one hang, and a black leather tote bag in the other.Byrne walked in a pair of black shearling Birkenstock sandals after her day of work.

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