Zendaya was willing to laugh at herself after she was filmed tripping on some sets whilst abroad in Italy this week
Zendaya posted a video on social media in which she is seen laughing at herself after falling in Italy recently.
The actor, 25, has been spotted in Rome over the last few days, with the Euphoria star having been photographed by paparazzi on several occasions during her trip abroad.
This included being filmed heading into a building in the capital city alongside her entourage yesterday, with the footage showing her slipping as she walked up some steps.
She’s seen in a lengthy black dress and heels, with her said to have been on her way to lunch inside Eitch Borromini when she fell, with individuals nearby helping after the fall.
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The footage has been circulated on social media in recent days and the incident has even prompted a response from Zendaya herself, as reported by the Daily Mail this week.
The outlet reports that she shared a still from the clip, writing alongside it in the post: “I can’t stop laughing … did they really have to take a video of me tripping.”
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And she later shared a video of herself in which she is heard further laughing about the situation, with her telling fans in the subsequent post: “They got me! I’m crying.”
Zendaya’s trip to Italy comes amid praise over the second season of HBO’s Euphoria – with her receiving more acclaim for her portrayal of teenage drug-addict Rue Bennett.
The actor – who won a Primetime Emmy Award for her role following its first season in 2019 – issued a warning to her fans on ahead of the new season’s premiere last month.
Addressing her followers, she wrote in a post on social media: “I know I’ve said this before, but I do want to reiterate to everyone that Euphoria is for mature audiences.”
She continued in the post: “This season, maybe even more so than the last, is deeply emotional and deals with subject matter that can be triggering and difficult to watch.”
“Please only watch if you feel comfortable. Take care of yourself and know that either way you are still loved and I can still feel your support. All my love, Daya,” she added.
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