Michelle Keegan gets into character as filming for series four of Brassic gets under way

She’s busy shooting season four of the hit Sky One comedy series.

And Michelle Keegan, 34, put on a stylish display on the set of Brassic in Bolton on Tuesday.

The former Coronation Street star, who plays Erin Croft, got into character in baby pink velvet jogging bottoms and a denim jacket as she led the stars of the comedy drama.

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Busy filming: Michelle Keegan, 34, put on a stylish display on the set of Brassic on Tuesday in Bolton as series four filming got under way

Michelle wore the light wash jacket over the top of a pink hoodie, and teamed the look with a pair of black trainers.

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While her outfit was casual, the actress looked every bit glamorous as she donned a rich palette of makeup – sporting a hot pink pout. 

Michelle wore her long dark tresses in stylish curls which flowed down her back as she walked around the set. 

In character: The former Coronation Street star, who plays Erin Croft, got into character in baby pink velvet jogging bottoms and a denim jacket as she led the stars of the comedy drama

The cast appeared to be in good spirits as they headed up to the film set, being careful to dodge the downpours following the heatwave last week.

Joining Michelle on set was Joe Gilgun, who plays Vinnie O’Neil, Tom Hanson who plays Cardi and Ryan Sampson, who plays Tommo. 

Joe, 37, cut a casual figure in a nude-coloured jumper and light blue joggers combo – while he wore his dark locks in a choppy haircut with a skin fade for the role.

Return of the gang: The cast appeared to be in good spirits as they headed up to the film set, being careful to dodge the downpours (pictured Joe Gilgun, 37)

Cool: Joe cut a casual figure in a nude-coloured jumper and light blue joggers combo – while he wore his dark locks in a choppy haircut with a skin fade for the role 

Ryan, 35, looked trendy in a blue bomber jacket which he wore partially zipped open to show a peek of his white vest. 

He stepped out in a pair of baggy PU trousers and bravely walked in the rain in a pair of white trainers.

The third series of the show is set to hit screens later this year. Series two ended on a cliffhanger as Vinnie confessed his true feelings for single mum Erin, just as he was being carted off by the police.

As he was being lead away, Erin, who has dated his best pal Dylan, whispered something inaudible in his ear. 

Declaring his feelings, Vinnie said: ‘I know it’s wrong, but you’re the first thing in the morning, and you’re the last thing at night.’

He then added he didn’t know ‘how to tell’ how much she means to him. 

Brassic follows the story of Lancashire native Vinnie (Joe), who suffers from bipolar disorder and his best friend Dylan, played by Damien Molony, from whom he has been inseparable since childhood.

Trendy: Ryan Sampson, 35, looked trendy in a blue bomber jacket which he wore partially zipped open to show a peek of his white vest

Comedy series: A tainted past, the boys have dealt, scammed, bribed and conned their way through adolescence (pictured  Tom Hanson)

A tainted past, the boys have dealt, scammed, bribed and conned their way through adolescence.

Now, on the brink of adulthood, their dealing and stealing is catching up with them, with the repercussions of their crimes heading their way.

Michelle plays alongside them as a single mum seeking a better life for herself and son Tyler (Jude Riordan).

While navigating complicated relationships with the show’s leads Dylan and Vinnie, she still strives for a good childhood for her son.

The new series of Brassic is expected to air on Sky One in October this year following the rise of the previous seasons.

Another run: Brassic has been commissioned for a fourth series following its huge success so far

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