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Euphoria’s Sydney Sweeney struggles with wardrobe malfunction as she films new movie in Australia

Euphoria’s Sydney Sweeney struggles with wardrobe malfunction as she films new movie in Australia

EUPHORIA star Sydney Sweeney struggled with a wardrobe malfunction while filming an as-yet-untitled movie in Sydney.

The stunning 25-year-old actress is starring in the film alongside fellow actor Glen Powell, from Top Gun Maverick.

SplashSydney Sweeney looked incredible as she filmed for her new move in Australia[/caption]

SplashThe actress risked a wardrobe malfunction as her dress flew up in the wind[/caption]

SplashSydney untucked her dress as it got caught in her silver heels[/caption]

SplashSydney was filming with co-star Glen Powell for the new film[/caption]

Talented 25-year-old Sydney has starred in Netflix smash Euphoria,  Sky Atlantic series The White Lotus and Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

And as she got stuck into her latest project she struggled against the wind outside the Sydney Opera House in a long pink dress.

The star struggled to adjust her dress as the wind began to blow it in sorts of directions as she engaged in a scene with Glen.

The dress flew up to reveal her legs as a huge wind swept through and helicopters flew overhead.

Windy weather or not, it didn’t stop Sydney from looking incredible as she donned her blonde locks down in loose waves.

And it seems Sydney has experienced some sun too while away in Australia, and looked stunning as she posed in brown patterned swimwear in recent snaps.

The gorgeous actress donned dark shades and wore her honey blonde hair up as she showed off her tan while relaxing down under.

Sydney penned: “Soaking up this aussie sun,” followed by a sun emoji.

It comes after the star opened up on growing up in poverty and is determined to make as much money as possible as a result.

She recently said: “I take deals because I have to. They don’t pay actors like they used to, and with streamers, you no longer get residuals.

“The established stars still get paid, but I have to give five per cent to my lawyer, ten per cent to my agents, three per cent or something like that to my business manager.

“I have to pay my publicist every month, and that’s more than my mortgage.”

From humble beginnings in Spokane, Washington, her family moved to LA and went bankrupt trying to help kickstart her career.

The Mega AgencyThe 25-year-old looked a vision in the flowing pink gown[/caption]

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