The actress, 33, who plays the single mother Erin Croft, wrapped up warm in a pale green padded jacket as she filmed a dramatic scene running out of a pub.
Fast-paced: Michelle Keegan looked as busy as ever shooting action-packed scenes for the show Brassic in Yorkshire on Wednesday
Costume designers had dressed the former Coronation Street star in the padded jacket, grey cuffed trousers and black combat boots.
Michelle wore her hair in a much-loved half-up-half-down style with the ends lightly curled as she energetically jumped out of the doorway, quickly followed by her co- star Joe Gilgun who plays Vinnie O’Neil.
The pair looked in full concentration as they filmed the fast-paced scene together, before taking a break and sheltering from the rain under umbrellas.
Drama: The actress, 33, who plays the single mother Erin Croft, wrapped up warm in a pale green padded jacked as she filmed a dramatic scene running out of a pub
Serious: Michelle wore her hair in a much-loved half-up-half-down style with the ends lightly curled as she energetically jumped out of the doorway
In other scenes Michelle was spotted keeping warm in a long white padded jacket as she chatted to the camera crew.
Her and Joe were also seen filming more tense scenes as they drove around together in a red and blue van earlier in the day.
Michelle has been regularly spotted donning cosy coats to keep off the Northern chill in between takes.
Filming: Michelle looked like she was concentrating as she filmed the scene running out of a pub
Breather: Michelle sheltered under an umbrella during one of her breaks from shooting dramatic scenes
Run: Joe Gilgun was dressed in a blue tracksuit and white trainers as he ran out of the pub with Michelle
Relaxed: Michelle looked in high spirits despite the weather as she chatted to one of the camera crew
Like many other shows, Brassic’s filming schedule was slightly derailed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Michelle was forced to stop filming the third series of the show last year, in order to isolate, after she was exposed to COVID-19.
But, luckily, the actress didn’t actually contract the potentially deadly virus.
Drama: Michelle and Joe were on set together to film the exciting new scenes for the third series of the show
Oops: Joe and Michelle were chased out of the pub but things didn’t end too well for the man doing the chasing who ended up falling over
Working: In other scenes Michelle was spotted keeping warm in a long white padded jacket as she filmed in a van
Comfort: Costume designers had dressed the former Coronation Street star in a white padded jacket, grey cuffed trousers and black combat boots
Classic: Michelle wore her hair in a much-loved half-up-half-down style with the ends lightly curled
Duo: Michelle sat in the passenger seat of the vehicle while her co star Joe Gilgun drove around
Filming: Joe Gilgun was also seen on the set in Yorkshire on Wednesday in a light blue tracksuit
A source told MailOnline at the time: ‘Michelle had to take time away from the Brassic set.
‘She has once again been laying low in Essex with her husband Mark Wright.’
Mark Wright told Hello! magazine he feels ‘forever grateful’ that he has Michelle in his life, after seeing members of his family hit by the virus.
The elements: She’s been regularly spotted donning the cosy garment to keep off the Northern chill in between takes
Safety first: Michelle made sure to take all the necessary precautions as she put her face mask back on in between takes
Tension: Joe appeared to be in an altercation with one of the other cast members who had thrown him out of the pub
Cold: Michelle braved the chilly Northern weather during filming and tried to hide from the rain under her hood
‘I’ve learnt what is most important in life, how important health is, how important family is. That is the number one happiness, the love around you,’ he said.
‘I am just grateful that I get to have her [Michelle] by my side every day, to have someone I can share my life with.
‘To be with Michelle during these times has been incredible, and I’m forever grateful for that.’
Chilly! While walking around between takes, Michelle was shielded from the rain by an umbrella
Day at work: Joe looked in full character as he stood on the set in his blue tracksuit
Action: Michelle filmed scenes with Joe in a red and blue van on Wednesday
But, like a true professional, Michelle was back to work in no time.
The Brassic insider said: ‘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,’ they said at the time.
Story: Michelle plays a single mum seeking a better life for herself and son Tyler (Jude Riordan) in the show
Friends: The duo appeared relaxed in each other’s company as they filmed their scenes in the red and blue van
Brassic follows the story of Lancashire native Vinnie (Joe), who suffers from bipolar disorder and his best friend Dylan, played by Damien Molony, from whom he has been inseparable since childhood.
A tainted past, the boys have dealt, scammed, bribed and conned their way through adolescence.
Now, on the brink of adulthood, their dealing and stealing is catching up with them, with the repercussions of their crimes heading their way.
Concept: Brassic follows the story of Lancashire native Vinnie (Joe), who suffers from bipolar disorder and his best friend Dylan
Character: Joe’s character Vinnie has dealt, scammed, bribed and conned his way through adolescence
Leading role: Joe looked in control as he chatted to members of the camera crew during the day of filming
Busy day: The pair are likely to need some time to rest after their long day of filming outside in the cold
Michelle plays alongside them as a single mum seeking a better life for herself and son Tyler (Jude Riordan).
While navigating complicated relationships with the show’s leads Dylan and Vinnie, she still strives for a good childhood for her child.
The new series of Brassic is expected to air on Sky One later this year following two extremely popular previous seasons.
Action-packed: Michelle and Joe drove around in a van on the set and got on with their day despite the dreary weather
Upcoming: The new series of Brassic is expected to air on Sky One later this year following two extremely popular previous seasons