Even in the unflattering clothes, there is no doubt that Penelope Cruz is still a natural beauty.
Despite the baggy attire on the set of her latest film Venuto Al Mondo, her delicate features were still apparent and her shabby chic costume wouldn't have looked out of place with the trendies in Shoreditch.
The Volver actress resembled a girl dressed up in her mother's clothes as the oversized trousers and blazer swamped her during scenes in Rome.
Her hair was bundled atop her head and even her stance took on a more masculine look as she stood with her hands in her back pocket.
The Oscar-winner was also seen pushing a pram, but it was not clear if it was scripted or if she was looking after her own tot Leo in between takes.
Her new film follows a single mother who brings up her son in Sarajevo, where his father died in the Bosnian conflict years ago.
Cruz gave birth to her own son in January, after marrying fellow actor Javier Bardem at a private ceremony in the Bahamas in July 2010.
After becoming a mother for the first time, the 37-year-old gushed: 'From the first second, you feel so much love.
'It is a revolutionary experience. That's the best way I can describe it.'
She also told Vogue: 'It transforms you completely, in a second.
'Nature is very wise and gives you nine months to prepare, but in that moment, when you see that face, you are transformed forever.'
Penelope will soon be venturing onto the silver screen again in Woody Allen’s romantic comedy Nero Fiddled, also set in Rome.
She stars alongside The Social Network’s rising start Jesse Eisenberg and Juno beauty Ellen Page.