Michelle Keegan dons velvet jumpsuit as she films wedding scenes for Brassic

She stars as Erin Croft in the Sky comedy-drama, Brassic.

And Michelle Keegan was seen shooting wedding reception scenes for Brassic’s third series on Wednesday at Lower Kersal Club in Salford, which is used as the series’ Rat & Cutter Gentlemen’s club.

The former Coronation Street star, 33, looked sensational in an emerald velvet jumpsuit as she filmed scenes for Cardi (Tom Hanson) and Carol’s (Bronagh Gallagher) wedding.

Work: Michelle Keegan shot scenes for Brassic's third series on Wednesday at Lower Kersal Club in Salford, which is used as the series' Rat & Cutter Gentlemen¿s club

Work: Michelle Keegan shot scenes for Brassic’s third series on Wednesday at Lower Kersal Club in Salford, which is used as the series’ Rat & Cutter Gentlemen’s club

She made sure to stand out from the crowd in the glamorous ensemble as she was joined by characters including JJ (Parth Thakerar) and Tommo (Ryan Sampson).

Michelle gave herself a few extra inches with a stunning pair of black heels, and accessorised her attire with gold hoop earrings and an array of necklaces.

She wore her brunette tresses loose across her shoulders in glamorous waves and opted for a high-glamour make-up palette with a slick of rouge lipstick.

In between takes, Michelle could be seen bundling up from the freezing temperatures in a cosy white puffer jacket while clutching a fluffy pink hot water bottle. 

Filming: She made sure to stand out from the crowd in the glamorous ensemble as she was joined by characters including JJ (Parth Thakerar) and Tommo (Ryan Sampson)

Filming: She made sure to stand out from the crowd in the glamorous ensemble as she was joined by characters including JJ (Parth Thakerar) and Tommo (Ryan Sampson)

Celebration: The former Coronation Street star, 33, donned an emerald velvet jumpsuit as she filmed scenes for Cardi (Tom Hanson) and Carol's (Bronagh Gallagher) wedding

Stunning: Michelle gave herself a few extra inches with a stunning pair of black heels, and accessorised her attire with gold hoop earrings and an array of necklaces

Celebration: The former Coronation Street star, 33, donned an emerald velvet jumpsuit as she filmed scenes for Cardi (Tom Hanson) and Carol’s (Bronagh Gallagher) wedding

She made sure to keep herself protected amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic by sporting a black face mask while the cameras were not rolling.

The actress was joined by her co-star Bronagh Gallagher, who was starring as the blushing bride in the show, and Tom Hanson, who played the new husband.

After arriving in the wedding car, Bronagh, 48, stepped out in a stylish brown and teal striped faux fur jacket.

She bravely kept her toned pegs on full show in the chilly weather, donning a figure-hugging nude bodycon dress underneath her statement coat.

The Irish actress completed her party outfit with a pair of short white boots and styled her brunette locks in a glamorous up-do, fixed with a glittering silver tiara.

Freezing: In between takes, Michelle could be seen bundling up from the icy temperatures in a cosy white puffer jacket while clutching a fluffy pink hot water bottle

Freezing: In between takes, Michelle could be seen bundling up from the icy temperatures in a cosy white puffer jacket while clutching a fluffy pink hot water bottle

Covid: She made sure to keep herself protected amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic by sporting a black face mask while the cameras were not rolling

Glamorous: She wore her brunette tresses loose across her shoulders in glamorous waves and opted for a high-glamour make-up palette with a slick of rouge lipstick

Covid: She made sure to keep herself protected amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic by sporting a black face mask while the cameras were not rolling

She opted for a smokey-eyed make-up look as she stepped into the club for her character’s reception, still clutching her wedding bouquet of white flowers.

While Tom, who plays her character’s new husband, cut a dapper figure in a sky blue suit, paired with a vibrant teal tie.

He casually paired his stylish suit with a pair of bright green socks and an understated pair of white trainers. 

Ryan Sampson, who plays Tommo, also brought his A-game to shoot the wedding scenes, donning a stylish open-neck mustard shirt and grey trousers.

The After You’ve Gone star, 35, paired his quirky outfit with black loafers and a black leather jacket, slicking his dark crew cut away from his face with a slick of hair gel.

Just married: The actress was joined by her co-star Bronagh Gallagher, who was starring as the blushing bride in the show, and Tom Hanson, who played the new husband

Just married: The actress was joined by her co-star Bronagh Gallagher, who was starring as the blushing bride in the show, and Tom Hanson, who played the new husband

Bride: After arriving in the wedding car, Bronagh, 48, stepped out in a stylish brown and teal striped faux fur jacket

Stylish: She bravely kept her toned pegs on full show in the chilly weather, donning a figure-hugging nude bodycon dress underneath her statement coat

Bride: After arriving in the wedding car, Bronagh, 48, stepped out in a stylish brown and teal striped faux fur jacket

He could be seen laughing with Michelle and Parth Thakerar, who stars as JJ, outside the club, which was decorated with an arch of pink and white flowers and balloons.

Parth was all smiles as he sported navy trousers and a maroon jacket, which he teamed a pair of weather-appropriate brown boots.

Joe Gilgun, who is best-known for playing Rudy in Misfits and stars as Vinnie O’Neill in Brassic, cut a casual figure as he arrived at the wedding.

The Emmerdale star, 36, donned a cream jumper with coordinated tracksuit joggers, which he paired with a white cap and white Nike Air Force trainers.

He accessorised his comfortable attire with an array of glitzy gold jewellery, including dangling earrings and a statement square ring.

Loved-up: Bronagh was seen arriving in a vintage blue wedding car alongside with her co-star Tom Hanson, who played her new husband (Cardi)

Loved-up: Bronagh was seen arriving in a vintage blue wedding car alongside with her co-star Tom Hanson, who played her new husband (Cardi) 

Guests: Joe Gilgun, who is best-known for playing Rudy in Misfits and stars as Vinnie O'Neill in Brassic, cut a casual figure as he arrived at the wedding

Pretty in pink: The actors were also joined by co-star Joanna Higson, who plays Sugar in the show, and an array of other stars

Guests: Joe Gilgun, who is best-known for playing Rudy in Misfits and stars as Vinnie O’Neill in Brassic, cut a casual figure as he arrived at the wedding

Sparkling: Bronagh completed her party outfit with a pair of short white boots and styled her brunette locks in a glamorous up-do, fixed with a glittering silver tiara

Sparkling: Bronagh completed her party outfit with a pair of short white boots and styled her brunette locks in a glamorous up-do, fixed with a glittering silver tiara

The actors were also joined by co-star Joanna Higson, who plays Sugar in the show, and an array of other stars.

During the scenes, armed police officers could be seen bursting inside the club as the actors filmed inside the venue, but the wedding appeared to go ahead.

Hilarious scenes saw the groom dancing in front of guests’ cars as they arrived at his wedding reception, while another actor jumped out of a roofless red car.

The group were also seen laughing as Bronagh was lifted off her feet by the groom as they got ready to head inside the club for the reception.  

The crew were joined by an array of crew members, who had put safety first as they donned black face masks to adhere with the current Covid-19 safety measures.   

Fun times: Hilarious scenes saw the groom dancing in front of guests' cars as they arrived at his wedding reception, while another actor jumped out of a roofless red car

Fun times: Hilarious scenes saw the groom dancing in front of guests’ cars as they arrived at his wedding reception, while another actor jumped out of a roofless red car

Safety: Both the cast and crew members sure to put safety first between takes as they donned black face masks to adhere with the current Covid-19 safety measures

Cosy: Michelle was seen desperately trying to stay warm during filming as she clutched a hot water bottle amid Manchester's icy temperatures

Safety: Both the cast and crew members sure to put safety first between takes as they donned black face masks to adhere with the current Covid-19 safety measures

Filming for Brassic had appeared to resume last week following a break over the Christmas period.

Last year, Michelle was forced to pause Brassic filming when she was exposed to Covid and had to self-isolate for two weeks.  

While she had come into contact with the virus, she had not contracted it.

A source told MailOnline at the time: ‘Michelle had to take time away from the Brassic set once again and has been laying low in Essex with her husband Mark Wright.

‘She only missed one day of filming. But she needed to isolate after she came into contact with someone in Manchester who had it.

Laughing: The group were all seen giggling as Bronagh was lifted off her feet by the groom as they got ready to head inside the club for the reception

Laughing: The group were all seen giggling as Bronagh was lifted off her feet by the groom as they got ready to head inside the club for the reception

They're back: Filming for Brassic had appeared to have first resumed last week following a break over the Christmas period

Isolation: Last year, Michelle was forced to pause Brassic filming when she was exposed to Covid and had to self-isolate for two weeks

They’re back: Filming for Brassic had appeared to have first resumed last week following a break over the Christmas period

Venue: The new scenes for the upcoming third series of Brassic were filmed at Lower Kersal Club in Salford, which is used as the series' Rat & Cutter Gentlemen¿s club

Venue: The new scenes for the upcoming third series of Brassic were filmed at Lower Kersal Club in Salford, which is used as the series’ Rat & Cutter Gentlemen’s club

‘Luckily it all happened very quickly and Michelle did not return to the Brassic set before isolating. So it didn’t affect filming too much.

‘She has spent last two weeks in total isolation. She will go back to filming at the end of this week.’

MailOnline understands that Brassic worked around this and continued to films scenes Michelle doesn’t feature in. 

Last week, Michelle hilariously revealed that she had stopped Dry January after just eight days.

The annual campaign sees people temporarily give up drinking for the whole of January to restore themselves after the overindulgence of the festive season.

Tensions: During the scenes, armed police officers could be seen bursting inside the club as the actors filmed inside the venue, but the wedding appeared to go ahead

Tensions: During the scenes, armed police officers could be seen bursting inside the club as the actors filmed inside the venue, but the wedding appeared to go ahead

Crew: The crew were joined by an array of crew members, who had put safety first as they donned black face masks to adhere with the current Covid-19 safety measures

Joking: One moment saw actor Tom Hanson jokingly mess around with one of his co-stars, who jumped out of a car to greet him

Crew: The crew were joined by an array of crew members, who had put safety first as they donned black face masks to adhere with the current Covid-19 safety measures

Drama: During tense scenes, police officers were seen bursting into the club while the actors filmed the wedding reception within the venue

Drama: During tense scenes, police officers were seen bursting into the club while the actors filmed the wedding reception within the venue

She took to her Instagram Stories to share a hilarious Friends meme of Rachel Green, played by Jennifer Aniston, pouring herself a large glass of wine on the show.

Showing off her fun side, Michelle captioned it with: ‘Me… 8 days into “Dry January”.’  

It came after she took to Instagram Stories on New Year’s Eve to spread positivity following the end of ‘the hardest year for most’ as she looked back on her memories.

In one photo from a holiday with husband Mark, 33, taken in July, Michelle said she was ‘thankful’ while posting another snap alongside her dad and brother from a different family break.

Whoops! Last week, Michelle hilariously revealed that she had stopped Dry January after just eight days (pictured in December)

Whoops! Last week, Michelle hilariously revealed that she had stopped Dry January after just eight days (pictured in December) 

Michelle begun by saying: ‘Time to reflect on 2020… While it’s probably been the hardest year for most, I wanted to end it on a positive note and highlight my favourite memories of 2020…’

Alongside a snap of Michelle with brother Andrew and dad Michael, she said: ‘Safe to say we had an amazing time… I’m thankful for these memories.’  

Michelle concluded: ‘See you 2020, although you’ve been horrendous, you’ve also taught me a huge life lesson. 

‘It’s the little things that matter in this world.

‘Happy New Year everyone. Here’s to 2021, lets make it count.’ 

'Thankful': It comes after Michelle reflected on her highlights of 2020 by sharing unseen snaps from holidays, lockdown life and romantic moments with husband Mark Wright last week

‘Thankful’: It comes after Michelle reflected on her highlights of 2020 by sharing unseen snaps from holidays, lockdown life and romantic moments with husband Mark Wright last week

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