There was a lot of horsing around on the Gossip Girl set the other day! Ed Westwick, Leighton Meester and Kelly Rutherford were on set to film a scene for Season 6, Episode 4 “Portrait of a Lady Alexander.”
The cast and crew were accompanied by horses — big and small — for the equestrian-focused shoot. Leighton wore adorable riding apparel and Ed sported a country-gentleman look complete with a pink gingham button-down, green bow-tie, and tan blazer.
See pictures from the set below for a sneak peek of the episode. Are you happy to see Chuck and Blair filming more scenes together this season? What do you think will happen in this episode? Tell us in a comment!
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Leighton Meester and Ed Westwick stand on location to shoot a scene for Episode 604, "Portrait of a Lady Alexander."Photo Credit: http://statigr.am/carissalisa
Anyone Up For a Ride?
Ed and Leighton stand with a horseback rider on set.Photo Credit: http://statigr.am/carissalisa
Leighton does the most adorable pose with one of the ponies on set!
Strike a Pose!
Kelly Rutherford snapped this pic of Leighton looking oh-so-cute in her riding outfit on set.Photo Credit: http://twitter.com/kellyrutherford
Black & White Beauty
Kelly Rutherford tweeted this gorgeous pic of her and a horse on set.Photo Credit: http://twitter.com/kellyrutherford
A Beautiful Barn
Leighton tweeted this pic of "a pretty barn door" on the set.Photo Credit: http://twitter.com/itsmeleighton
"Mini horses! Reminds me of Trudy," Leighton tweeted, speaking of her pup.Photo Credit: http://twitter.com/itsmeleighton
Do you think when an Upper East Sider asks for a pony for their birthday, they actually get one? #jealousPhoto Credit: http://twitter.com/itsmeleighton
Script Sneak Peek
A fan on set shot this pic of the script for "Portrait of a Lady Alexander."Photo Credit: http://chuckandblair.us
A war is brewing between the Athonite and Vidari. As uprisings sweep through the land, Seri and Graeme find themselves at the center of a storm with only one choice: betray each other, or betray their people.