While Michelle Keegan looks very comfortable being the ultimate beach babe on Instagram, she has other professional ventures to get back to it would seem.
The former Coronation Street star announced earlier this year that she had big plans for her acting career. In her latest Hello! magazine blog, the 28-year old actress also mentioned a series of “very important” work meetings coming up
Now, according to OK! Magazine she is going to be appearing in the next series of Plebs.
The ITV2 comedy series is set in Roman times and Michelle is set to play a “vestal virgin” named Ursula.
She is set to appear in only one episode, which she has already filmed in Bulgaria.
A source from the production told The Sun: “Everyone on set absolutely loved her. She was brilliant.”
Her storyline will feature the characters Marcus, Stylax and Grumio, played by Tom Rosenthal, Joel Fry and Ryan Sampson.
Since she left Coronation Street and the role of Tina McIntyre last year, Michelle has made a number of TV appearances.
She appeared in the critically acclaimed Ordinary Lies alongside Max Beesley, Sally Lindsay and Mackenzie Crook.
She has also filmed the lead role in Our Girl, the BBC army drama.
Michelle has previously said it was daunting to move on from the popular ITV soap, especially under the watchful eyes of the media.
"I felt there was so much pressure after leaving Corrie. I knew I had to make the right decision about my first role.
Everyone was waiting to see what I did and getting ready to judge me if I made a mistake," she told the Daily Star.
Well, with plenty of new roles on the go it looks like Michelle is doing just fine so far!