Vanessa Hudgens was pictured filming scenes for The Princess Switch: Switched Again at Scotland's landmark Glasgow Cathedral on Tuesday.
The Hollywood actress, 31, was forced to hide her retro pin curls under a blue scarf as rained poured down over the port city.
Wrapping up in a light grey quilted coat, the California native was transported to the venue in the back of a chauffeur-driven car ahead of shooting fresh scenes.
A royal appointment: Vanessa Hudgens was pictured filming scenes for The Princess Switch: Switched Again at Scotland's landmark Glasgow Cathedral on Tuesday
A number of her co-stars were seen donning tiaras and elegant gowns as they made their way into the cathedral, as well as actors dressed as clergy.
Vanessa also had some support while shooting scenes for the movie, as her beloved mother Gina Guangco was spotted on the set.
Crewmembers were seen setting up equipment outside and inside the cathedral, as several extras and castmates filed in for their moment before cameras.
Pouring: Rained poured down over the port city as castmembers filed in wearing full costume
Ready for their closeup: Several extras and castmates filed in for their moment before cameras
Coats: They were forced to throw on thick coats as they battled through the inclement weather
Men of the cloth: Actors dressed as clergy were spotted making their way into the cathedral
Big occasion: The uniforms and costumes suggested the scenes were depicting a big occasion
Please don't stop the music: Members of a full live band were also seen on the Scottish film set
The Princess Switch: Switched Again is the sequel to 2018 rom-com The Princess Switch.
Vanessa, who shot to fame after appearing in the High School Musical films, plays two characters in the Parent Trap-inspired plot.
She plays a princess named Duchess Margaret Delacourt and a baker named Stacey De Novo from Chicago, who look similar to one another.
The first film sees the pair switch lives for two days, while the sequel finds the royal inheriting the throne to