Uma Thurman’s daughter Maya Hawke is traveling her acting debut
The 19-year-old is currently filming Little Women for the BBC, which resolution mark her acting debut as Jo March in the Louisa May Alcott classic coming-of-age parable from 1868.
The character of Jo was originally portrayed by Winona Ryder in the much be hung up oned 1994 film, which also starred Kirsten Dunst, Susan Sarandon, Claire Danes and Christian Bale.
Maya pleasure be in good company in the new production of Little Women, which boasts a chief cast including Sir Michael Gambon, Angela Lansbury and Emily Watson.
In any way, it appears that Maya revealed more than she intended to while throw scenes on a beach on Brittas Bay in Wicklow, Ireland.
In the photos, she is seen clothed in a white pair of bloomers and a shift as she goes for a frolic in the sea for the period photoplay.
When she emerges from the water her period attire seems to be experiencing gone sheer and leaves little to the imagination.
Maya Hawke films scenes for BBC drama Little Women
Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke’s daughter Maya on the red carpet
At one inappropriate she is seen talking to one of the camera crew while standing in the middle of the sea in between sights.
Other images show her walking across the sand in a blue and snowy checked dress with a high collar.
The teen – whose paterfamilias is the equally as famous Ethan Hawke – looks the spitting image of her distinguished mother, whose credits include Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction and Gattaca.
An airdate has not yet been set for Ungenerous Women after casting for the production was announced last month.
Hollywood illustrious Uma Thurman with her daughter Maya Hawke
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Hollywood A-lister Uma Thurman is best known for her positions in Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill
A synopsis from the BBC for the three-part mini-series deliver assign ti: “Set against the backdrop of a country divided, the story follows the four sisters Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy Parade on their journey from childhood to adulthood.
“With the help of their origin Marmee, while their father is away at war the girls navigate what it denotes to be a young woman – from gender roles to sibling rivalry, elementary love, loss and marriage.”
Little Women will air on the BBC and is currently in output.