PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Make-up free Michelle Keegan rocks a chic furry parka and trainers as she indulges in pampering session at Essex spa
She's taking a welcome break at home before filming picks up again for her hit drama Our Girl.
And Michelle Keegan made the most of her down time as she headed for a pampering session at Dr MediSpa cosmetic clinic in Loughton, Essex, on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old actress showed off her natural beauty as she went make-up free and wrapped up in a chic blue fur-lined parka.
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Furry nice! Michelle Keegan, 29, made the most of her down time as she headed for a pampering session at Dr MediSpa cosmectic clinic in Loughton, Essex, on Tuesday
The brunette beauty subtly flaunted her enviably slender physique in charcoal grey jogging bottoms and a zip-up track jacket.
Warding off the December chill, she later flipped her parka's hood over her hair as she made her way into the spa.
Wearing her glossy raven tresses in an uncharacteristically tousled straight style, she showcased her natural sunkissed glow.
Going incognito: Warding off the December chill, she later flipped her parka's hood over her hair as she made her way into the spa
Cool yet casual: The brunette beauty subtly flaunted her enviably slender physique in charcoal grey jogging bottoms and a zip-up track jacket
It was recently reported that Michelle was house-hunting in South Africa as she prepares to spend eight months away from her husband Mark Wright.
The brunette beauty is said to be looking for a swanky pad in Cape Town where she films the third series of the hit BBC drama Our Girl, in which she plays the role of Georgie Lane.
The star wants a 'modern, airy flat' in Sea Point, Clifton or Camps Bay areas of Cape Town, according to The Sun on Sunday.
Looking good: Wearing her glossy raven tresses in an uncharacteristically tousled straight style, she showcased her natural sunkissed glow
What's up? The former Coronation Street star appeared to be in subdued spirits during the outing
A source told the newspaper: 'The producers have warned that filming could take as long as eight months so she doesn't want to be stuck in hotels like she was during the second series.'
Despite having to spend so long away from home, Michelle - who celebrates her second anniversary with Mark in May - is looking forward to reprising the role of Georgie for her second turn in the BBC drama.
The source said: 'Michelle is looking forward to getting started. She gets on really well with the crew and has become one of the lads onset, so being away from home for so long shouldn't be a huge deal.
'Mark comes to visit occasionally but Michelle tends to get so immersed in her character and the filming that I think she's happy to be left alone for the most part.'
Cool kicks! The actress showed off her dazzling white trainers as she climbed into her car
New beginnings: It was recently reported that Michelle was house-hunting in South Africa as she prepares to spend eight months away from her husband Mark Wright
The former Coronation Street star is expected to fly out to South Africa in March and will reportedly be filming the 10-episode series until November.
Michelle previously admitted to being overwhelmed by the positive response to Our Girl from the public.
She said: 'The reaction to the show has been overwhelming and I'm really thankful to everyone who's watched and supported it.
'It was an amazing experience filming with such an incredible group of people and I can't wait to do it all over again.'
Arm candy: She rocked a minimalist black leather tote for the relaxed outing
Keeping a low profile: Keeping her hood up, she seemed keen to get inside
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