MICHELLE Keegan shared a behind-the-scenes glimpse at filming for Brassic as she "snooped" around the set.
The 33-year-old star began shooting the third series of the hit Sky comedy in Lancashire earlier this month, and has been keeping fans updated on social media.
Today, Michelle visited the Grade II listed Victoria Baths in Manchester for filming – and the self-confessed history lover was so excited to look around she had to put a PSA out on Instagram to let crew know where to find her.
Posing for a mirror selfie on her Story, the brunette beauty wrote: "If any crew members are looking for me, I'm upstairs snooping around the living quarters."
She also filmed videos of the changing cubicles, committee room, and second class baths, telling fans in one clip: "Yes, I love history".
Michelle also caught the crew hard at work from her vantage point at the baths, adding: "Today's set… This is the males first class bath built in 1906."
The actress plays single mum Erin in Brassic, and was previously snapped filming funeral scenes for the show.
The images came after a grieving mum-of-three slammed the show for digging a fake cemetery plot next to her son's grave.
The show had been given permission by Rossendale Council to shoot at Whitworth Cemetery, however, Tracy Goldie-Auxilly branded the crew a "disgrace" after they dug up ground just feet away from where her son Gareth, 39, had been buried two weeks earlier.
Producers subsequently issued an apology to the family for any distress or upset caused, but added signs had been placed around the cemetery and its entrances to warn people filming was taking place.
Filming for Brassic was originally supposed to kick off last month but it was unexpectedly halted after a production team member showed symptoms of coronavirus.
All of the cast and crew, including Michelle, then had to be tested – with filming subsequently delayed for two weeks.
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