The Our Girl actress has said her health has crashed since taking a break from her hectic acting schedule...

Michelle Keegan has had one seriously busy summer. But the actress has admitted that working hard is not always the best thing for her body.

The Our Girl actress opened up about her recent health struggles last night on The One Show, admitting that she’s been feeling a little under the weather.

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Revealing that jumping straight from filming Our Girl in South Africa to filming Tina & Bobby in Majorca has taken its toll, Michelle said:

‘I’ve been really run down. It happens when your body stops – because I literally did Our Girl and then did Tina and Bobby straight away and I only wrapped filming two weeks ago.

‘Since then I’ve been doing so much promotion for Our Girl. I only stopped about a week ago and since then I’ve been so ill.’

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Michelle Keegan recently helped to open the Southampton Boat Show

Aww, poor lamb!

Well, if it’s any consolation, we literally couldn’t tell – Michelle looked just as gorgeous as ever for her chat on the BBC, rocking a ribbed white polo-neck and a woolly tartan mini skirt from her new Lipsy collection and wearing her hair in a sporty high ponytail.

The 29-year-old didn’t seem too phrased by her poor health, however, admitting that her immune system often gets hit if she overdoes it.

‘This happens all the time,’ the brunette beauty added. ‘My immune system just crashes.’

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Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright are looking seriously happy and loved up right now…

Well, at least Michelle has hubby Mark Wright to help look after her – the actress admitted that they’ve been enjoying some much-needed couple time at home since she wrapped up filming.

‘It’s going really well thank you’, she said on Good Morning Britain last week. ‘It’s good, back to normality now, back home. Takeaways, doing normal things, it’s been great.’

Get better soon, Mich!