Drew Barrymore gave birth to her second daughter only six months ago.
But the actress was straight back to showing off a bump when she filmed scenes for new comedy drama Miss You Already in the Yorkshire moors on Monday afternoon.
Drew Barrymore, despite looking like she'd already rapidly shed her baby weight, was flashing a fuller tummy under her woolen garbs as she wore a fake bump while battling the elements at the top of Ilkley Moor with fellow actress Toni Collette.
It was straight back into her acting shoes and straight back into her familiar baby bump for Drew however, as she strapped on a convincing mummy tummy under a black and white smock top. Hollywood actress Drew found herself in unfamiliar territory at the start of the week when she and her Australian counterpart Toni wrapped up to film scenes on misty Yorkshire Dales.
And, far from their more familiar tropical climates, the acting pair were forced to cover up in long woolen coats, gloves, hats and scarves to battle the British elements.
Mum-of-two Drew had been covering up her shape in the scene, after giving birth to daughter Frankie with husband Will Kopelman in April, but it was only later that the brunette beauty showed off her fake shape.
Drew and Toni, who played lifelong friends who struggle to maintain their relationship when they're both hit by heartache, were filming an impassioned fight scene at the top of mountainous region.
Scream actress Drew appeared to be the more enraged of the acting duo as she was seen lunging at Toni with an angry look on her face, while her counterpart remained calm.
Drew takes on the role of Jess, a town planner who lives a happy bohemian life with her partner Jago (Paddy Considine) until she struggles to conceive the baby she's always longed for.
Toni plays her best friend Milly, a high-flyer with two children and a husband Kit (Dominc Cooper) whose life is upturned when she is diagnosed with breast cancer.
The film follows the two best friends, who have been close since childhood, as they navigate through the hardships of adult life.
With the crew also wrapped up against the elements on top of a mountainous peak, the moors scene was a very real one as Drew and Toni were joined by a herd of sheep in front of a misty, mountainous backdrop.
And it seemed like Drew was most amused by it. The actress, who kept her new brunette locks hidden beneath a woolly hat gazed at the animals in awe and even smiled as she watched them being playful. Mother-of-two Drew even took to Instagram to share a picture of her new woollen friends, which she simply captioned '#mondays'.
Joining the all-star cast this week is Tyson Ritter of The All-American Reject, the 30-year-old musician who will play the young love interest of the pair.