The actress is working on the third series of Our Girl...
Michelle Keegan is filming for Our Girl again and we can hardly contain our excitement.
We’re not afraid to admit that, during the last series, we got totally sucked into the BBC drama which follows army medic Georgie Lane as she navigates her way through her career and her relationships.
She’s currently on the road filming in a few different locations, but it seems as though one place in particular has had a profound effect on her.
Taking to Instagram to post a heartfelt message about her time in South Asia, the 29-year-old wrote: ‘Last day in Nepal… what an amazing eye opening journey.’
Her words accompanied a photograph of herself sitting on the steps of a temple. She added: ‘Coming away with a totally different perspective on life. Feeling very blessed and thankful. #itsthelittlethings #glasshalffull #ourgirl3’.
Her fans didn’t waste much time in commenting on her experience, with reactions including: ‘‘I’m so glad you love it too it’s the most amazing place’, ‘Sooooo excited love this prog ur fantastic @michkeegan xxxx’ and ‘Hope you’ve had a lovely time can’t wait for #OG3 to come out❤’.
The actress, who is married to Mark Wright, recently shared her excitement at making a comeback for the third series of the popular TV drama.
Michelle uploaded a shot of her script a few weeks ago, along with the caption: ‘She’s back!!! 👊🏽💪🏽 Read-through today for the next series of ‘Our Girl’!’
She wrote in her blog for Hello! online: ‘The scripts and story for the next series is fantastic, we were all buzzing afterwards.’
The BBC have also shared a snap of the cast, together again, and it’s safe to say that fans are equally thrilled.
Of course, Michelle’s work commitment will mean that she’s spending time away from her hubby.
But Mark recently spoke out about the situation, explaining that he’s planning to visit her on set: ‘I’ll be going back and forward when I can fit it in around work,’ he said on ITV’s Lorraine.
‘And I’ll probably be out there for the anniversary and we’ll try and make something happen.’