MICHELLE Keegan shared behind the scenes snaps of Brassic filming as the show wrapped up filming on its third series.

The former Corrie star, 33, larked around with cast and crew against a dazzling sunset backdrop on pictures posted on Instagram.

Michelle – who plays Erin Crof in the series, showed off her incredible figure wearing hotpants and thigh-high black boots.

The actress, who is married to Towie's Mark Wright, kept a white winter jacket over her shoulders in the picture as she celebrated the end of the series with her co-stars.

In another shot she posed with cast and crew all wearing masks on their Covid-friendly set in Manchester.

Michelle plays cash-strapped mum Erin, who is Vinnie's best friend.

Just earlier this month Michelle was pictured legging it out of a pub with co-star and Brassic creator Joe Gilgun while filming a dramatic scene for Brassic.

The pictures showed the actress in grey trousers and a parka.

Her character Erin donned her trademark hairstyle.

Behind the scenes shot showed Michelle smiling with the crew while wearing a face mask and white puffer coat to keep warm.

Earlier this year Michelle looked incredible in a form-fitting velvet suit as she filmed scenes for her Sky series.

She highlighted her sensational figure in an emerald green coord.

She complemented her daring two-piece with a pair of black strappy heels for the on-screen wedding of Cardi and Carol.

Michelle continued to steal the show as she worked her brunette hair into a glamorous Hollywood wave heading into the venue.

Brassic, which first hit our screens back in August 2019, follows the mischief that the student and her group of male pals get up to in a made up town called Hawley.

The first season was a huge success and was shortly followed by a second which premiered in May 2020.

Filming has resumed in January for Season 3 after her relaxing Christmas break with husband Mark.

Over the holiday season she shared a series of polaroid snaps, giving fans an insight into how she's spending her days off work.

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