She’s been keeping busy in recent days as she continues to film safely during the UK’s second coronavirus lockdown.
And Michelle Keegan was spotted shooting scenes for the third series of Brassic on a dock in North Wales on Friday.
The 33-year-old actress was joined by her cast mate Damien Molony, 36, as she wrapped up in long white padded winter jacket in a bid to battle the chilly temperatures.
Filming fun: Michelle Keegan was spotted shooting scenes for the third series of Brassic on a dock in North Wales on Friday. Pictured with co-star Damien Molony
Ready to shoot her scene, the former Coronation Street star was pictured sporting her character Erin Croft’s costume, which consisted of black joggers, a khaki-coloured coat and burgundy polo neck, underneath her jacket.
The Our Girl actress continued to channel her edgy role sported Dutch braids, oversized gold hoops and opted for minimal make-up.
Following her lead, Irish actor Damien also layered a long navy coat over his character Dylan’s sand-coloured jacket and dark wash jeans.
Later on in the day, Michelle and the rest of the crew were spotted tucking into some refreshments as production set up another shot on the wooden jetty.
Take a break: Michelle and the rest of the crew were spotted tucking into some refreshments as production set up another shot on the wooden jetty
Work: Michelle has been busy filming the third season of Brassic (pictured) in Manchester, after she returned to set following a period of self-isolation when she was exposed to COVID
Michelle plays Erin Croft on the series, which focuses on the lives of troubled Vinnie O’Neill (Joe Gilgun) and his five friends who commit crimes in the in the fictional town of Hawley.
The TV star recently returned to the set after it was reported she had to self-isolate for two weeks after being exposed to COVID-19, but she did not contract the virus.
A source told MailOnline: ‘Michelle had to take time away from the Brassic set once again and has been laying low in Essex with her husband Mark Wright.
‘She only missed one day of filming. But she needed to isolate after she came into contact with someone in Manchester who had it.
Isolating: A source told MailOnline at the time: ‘She only missed one day of filming. But she needed to isolate after she came into contact with someone in Manchester who had it’
‘Luckily it all happened very quickly and Michelle did not return to the Brassic set before isolating.
‘So it didn’t affect filming too much. She has spent last two weeks in total isolation. She will go back to filming at the end of this week.’
Meanwhile, the TV star and her husband Mark Wright, 33, certainly used their time at home wisely as they decided to put up their Christmas decorations over a month before the festive celebration.
The pair – who have been married since 2015 – documented their festive makeover on social media over the weekend, from the delivery of a gigantic tree, to the decorating of it to the impressive finished product.
Changes: MailOnline understands that at the time Brassic worked around this and continued to film scenes Michelle (pictured in season two) didn’t feature in