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Filming for the third series of Sky One's comedy Brassic resumed last week, with Michelle Keegan returning to set to play her character Erin Croft.
Despite having to halt production last month because of COVID-19, it's back to business for the cast as they go full steam ahead.
Michelle, who recently put her five-bedroom mansion with husband Mark Wright on the market, was pictured filming for the series in Blackburn.
The former Our Girl star plays cash-strapped mum-of-one Erin, who is trying to create a better life for her son Tyler than she had.
The 33-year-old was spotted wearing a leopard print jacket, black cargo pants and a pair of black heeled boots.
Although the weather was less than desirable, Michelle proved she was a complete professional by continuing on despite the cold temperature.
In between takes, the Stockport born beauty made she was kept warm by staying snug under a white, padded winter coat.
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Just last week, Michelle was pictured on day one of filming with her co-star Aaron Heffernan as she drove a red minivan.
Dressed in an all black ensemble, with a beige belted jacket and grey flatcap, Mark Wright's wife soldiered on with the shoot.
Production for Brassic's third series was initially supposed to begin earlier this year, but because of lockdown, it was put on hold.
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Last month, the cast and crew reunited to begin filming, but production was halted after a crew member showed symptoms of COVID-19.
As a result, all cast and crew including lead cast member Michelle were forced to be tested for the virus.
A source told The Sun: "The safety of the cast and crew is of the utmost importance so until bosses know it's totally safe filming won't be going ahead.
"It could be a fortnight before it starts again," the insider continued. "Michelle was due to start filming this week but nothing is happening until they're sure it's safe."
A Sky Spokesperson confirmed this news, as they told RadioTimes.com: "Throughout this time, the safety of our colleagues and customers remain our number one priority.
"Brassic production has paused with cast and crew now self-isolation. We will return to production as soon as it's safe to do so," the Sky representative continued.
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