Katherine Kelly set for Mr Selfridge return
Katherine Kelly is set to reprise her role as Lady Mae Loxley in the second series of 'Mr Selfridge', which she revealed is to start filming at the beginning of next month
Katherine Kelly is returning to the second series of 'Mr Selfridge'.
The 33-year-old actress is to reprise her role as Lady Mae Loxley in the ITV drama, which also stars Jeremy Piven as the titular department store founder, and revealed on her Twitter filming is to start at the beginning of next month.
She revealed: "Don't worry folks, Mr Selfridge will be back on screen before you know it. We start filming series 2 in April! (sic)"
Before returning to the set, Katherine joked she has been keeping an eye on the luxury store by shopping there during her spare time.
She added: "In the meantime, I've been shopping in Selfridges this weekend. Just keeping an eye on the store of course! (sic)"
The brunette beauty previously admitted while she enjoys playing the "racy" character, she hates the outfits that come with the part and describes wearing them as a "nightmare".
She complained: "The corsets are a nightmare. The thought of having to be laced into one of those every day is just horrendous. You can't breathe, eat or even get out of your clothes without someone's help."
Meanwhile, her co-star Zoe Tapper, who played showgirl-turned-serious actress Ellen Love, recently confirmed she will not appear in the second series of the popular show.
She tweeted: "This is me bidding Ellen Love a fond farewell. It was a blast.
"No not back for series 2. Ellen was only ever a one series gal x. (sic)"