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Currently starring in Bridgerton, Ruby Barker is fast becoming one of the most recognisable actors of the moment.
Her success on screen means fans are keen to know about her life behind the scenes and the home she returns to after a day’s filming.
Luckily, the 24 year old gives fans plenty of glimpses of her life over on her Instagram where she is often uploading updates from her life on and off screen.
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The actress, who plays the role of Marina Thompson in the hit Netflix period drama, lives in a quirky flat while off screen.
Ruby posted the snap of her doing yoga practice and perhaps some meditation in her home with the caption simply, ‘Zen’.
A clear music fan, Ruby’s home is full of nods to her passion including a large artwork of Jimi Hendrix, a drum kit and some well thumbed sheet music on display.
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The space is full of colourful touches including a retro lava lamp.
The actor has said previously that she likes to paint herself, so perhaps some of the work is her own. Ruby lives in the flat with her cat Mr Morse, who also sometimes appears on her Instagram.
With her foot perfectly pointed, fans would be right in guessing that Ruby is a trained dancer and took dance lessons before she learned to act.
Since Bridgerton made its debut on Christmas Day, it’s clocked up an insane 63 million viewers and counting, making the stars some of the most talked about actors in the country.
It is billed as Gossip Girl meets Jane Austen and is the latest offering from producer Shonda Rhimes who brought viewers the likes of Scandal and How To Get Away With Murder.
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And now those who have been tuning into the period drama can rejoice as creator Chris Van Dusen has teased that it could have a long lifespan of eight seasons.
"This being a family of eight children and there being eight books, I would love to be able to focus and really tell stories and love stories for all the Bridgerton siblings," he told Collider over the weekend, adding: "For each character, for sure. I would love that."
Chris went on to explain that the first season of the show was "primarily about Daphne and her love story with Simon", but there is so much more to explore within the world of Bridgerton.
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