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Priyanka Chopra left fans doing a double take after sharing a new selfie revealing her blood-covered face on social media this week.
But fear not, it's all part of her new role, Citadel, an upcoming spy series.
Alongside the photo, she wrote: "Did u have a tough day at work as well? #actorslife #citadel." Fans were quick to comment on the photo, with one writing: "Omg for a second I thought you got hurt," while another wrote: "What happened are you okay?" A third added: "This is very convincing!"
WATCH: Priyanka Chopra shares heartwarming family video
Not much is yet known about Citadel, but it's been described as an 'action-packed spy series'. Filming is currently taking place in Birmingham, UK, and also stars Stanley Tucci and Richard Madden.
It is being directed by none other than the legendary Russo brothers, who are known for their work on several Marvel movies.
The actress' husband, Nick Jonas, has also returned back to work recently, though not without offering a sweet glimpse at life as a first-time-dad and updating fans on their newborn daughter Malti.
Priyanka Chopra shared a photo from her new role - and fans did a double take!
While on the Today Show promoting his own upcoming series, Dancing with Myself, alongside Shakira, Nick was asked by Hoda Kotb about what it's been like at home since welcoming their daughter.
"Life is beautiful," he responded, stopping to marvel at the first picture of the full family that was shared on Mother's Day.
The actress with husband Nick Jonas
"She's a gift, and we're just so blessed that she's back home," he added.
In the couple's Mother's Day tribute, which served as little Malti's debut, they wrote: "Every family's journey is unique and requires a certain level of faith, and while ours was a challenging few months, what becomes abundantly clear, in retrospect, is how precious and perfect every moment is."
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