Keeley Hawes all smiles as she lands in Greece to shoot final series of The Durrells

No wonder Keeley Hawes is all smiles.

She’s stepped away from the explosive world of politics and back in time into the quirky charms of 1930s Corfu.

Arriving on the sun-soaked Greek Island to film The Durrells must be a relief after being blown up as the Home Secretary in the thriller Bodyguard.

She will play Louisa Durrell, mum of naturalist and writer Gerald, in the fourth series of the hugely popular ITV drama based on his autobiographies.

Sadly for fans it will be the last series as the Durrells left Corfu in 1939.

Star Keeley Hawes lands on the sunny island

She puts on a straw hat ready for filming in the sun

The actress showed off 1930s style, apart from the mobile phone

Still, even a spot of Greece is far better than none at all.


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