Michelle Keegan has signed up for another series of 'Our Girl'.
The 31-year-old actress is reportedly set to reprise her role as army medic Lance Corporal Georgie Lane in the hit BBC One show.
A source told The Sun's Bizarre TV Column: "Producers think that Michelle has been really good for the show, after taking over from Lacey Turner, and were keen to write her into a further series after developing her character. They have some meaty storylines lined up involving both action and romance."
The news comes after Michelle admitted she desperately misses her family when she is away on location shooting 'Our Girl'.
She shared: "Luckily we have FaceTime now, so that helps massively, but when I go through experiences in my life, even when I was doing 'Our Girl', I was thinking the whole time, 'I wish I could show my mum and dad where I am.' And I wish everyone could come out and see what I'm doing. But it's nice to come home with those experiences and share them. I do miss them a lot when I'm away."
And Michelle previously revealed she is unsure if she or the programme will return for a fourth series.
Speaking before the release of series three, she added: "I don't know, because there's eight more episodes to go on TV. It just depends on how they go. I know there's talk of it going on again but it's not 100 per cent. But I do love the show and I love the crew and the cast and the production."
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