‘Blue Bloods’ Star Sami Gayle Gives ‘Sneak Peek’ of Stunning Photoshoot
Sami Gayle has her fans going absolutely nuts over her latest Instagram snap. On Sunday morning, the “Blue Bloods” star took to social media to drop a “little sneak peek” from a new shoot.
She captioned the post: “Little sneak peek from behind the scenes of yesterday’s shoot. Can’t wait for all of you to see these photos by @aish____________a with makeup by @marcorussi9 and hair by @ikrose7 !”
The photo was a major hit with Sami’s fans. “Class beautiful,” one fan wrote. “Beauty and style,” another commented.
This is far from the first pic that’s been hugely popular with her followers in recent weeks. Earlier this month, the 25-year-old actor hit the beach and posed for an eye-catching snap on the sand. Gayle flashed a big smile while rocking sunglasses, a swimsuit, and jean shorts as the tide rolled in behind her.
“Few more hours til the weekend,” she captioned the post.
In addition to soaking up the sun at the beach, Gayle has also been gracing red carpets. Most recently, she attended the premiere of the new “Dexter” revival series, “Dexter: New Blood.”
Gayle took to social media to share a snap from the red carpet. Much like in most of her photos, Gayle is smiling from ear to ear. As one fan kindly put it, “That smile never disappoints.”
“About last night…” she captioned the snap.
‘Blue Bloods’: Sami Gayle Is Sorely Missed by Her Costars
As “Blue Bloods” fans know, Gayle, who plays Nicky Reagan-Boyle on the show, hasn’t been seen quite as much lately as she was in earlier seasons. And her absence has left some of her costars deeply missing her. One of those costars primarily being Bridget Moynahan, who plays Erin Reagan.
“It’s unfortunate that her character is often at school, but at the same time, it’s so realistic. I mean, I’ve got stepsons who are that same age, and we don’t see them anymore because they’re off at college or they’re doing internships. As much as I miss Sami and those relationships, it’s very realistic because you have that loss, which is a very relatable life situation and a strange reality. There’s a grief to [when kids go off to college or to live on their own] that isn’t often addressed. We get to touch upon it,” Moynahan said.
For more on the current season of “Blue Bloods,” be sure to check out what happened on this past Friday’s episode here.