Michelle Keegan RETURNS to Coronation Street set

‘Look the place I’m!’ Michelle Keegan RETURNS to Coronation Avenue set as she admits ‘it looks like yesterday’ since she was final on the Cobbles

She left Coronation Avenue in 2014 after six years of taking part in Tina McIntyre.

And Michelle Keegan returned to the set of the long-running ITV cleaning soap on Monday afternoon, as she shared a video panning the set on her Instagram Tales.

The actress, 33, who did not reveal why she had visited the set, mentioned it felt like simply ‘yesterday’ that she was final on the Cobbles taking part in Tina.

She's back! Michelle Keegan returned to the set of the long-running ITV soap on Monday afternoon, as she shared a video panning the set on her Instagram Stories

She’s again! Michelle Keegan returned to the set of the long-running ITV cleaning soap on Monday afternoon, as she shared a video panning the set on her Instagram Tales

Michelle shared a clip of The Kabin and Alahan’s off licence as she took a visit down reminiscence lane, seven years after leaving the present when she was killed by Rob Donovan [Marc Baylis].

She captioned the brief video: ‘Look the place I’m… Seems like yesterday I used to be on these cobbles [heart].’

Michelle introduced she could be leaving the cleaning soap in 2013 to give attention to different appearing roles and has since gone on to star in ITV drama Tina and Bobby, BBC’s Our Lady and Sky comedy Brassic.  

Days gone by: The actress, 33, who didn't reveal why she had visited the set, said it felt like just'yesterday' that she was last on the Cobbles playing Tina (pictured recently)

Days passed by: The actress, 33, who did not reveal why she had visited the set, mentioned it felt like simply ‘yesterday’ that she was final on the Cobbles taking part in Tina (pictured just lately)

Moving on: Michelle announced she would be leaving the soap in 2013 to focus on other acting roles and has since gone on to star in ITV drama Tina and Bobby, BBC's Our Girl and Sky comedy Brassic

Transferring on: Michelle introduced she could be leaving the cleaning soap in 2013 to give attention to different appearing roles and has since gone on to star in ITV drama Tina and Bobby, BBC’s Our Lady and Sky comedy Brassic

She mentioned on the time: ‘I’ve had essentially the most wonderful 6 years at Coronation Avenue and it was such a tough determination to depart. However I felt it was the precise time for me to make the subsequent step in my profession.

‘I’ll miss Tina and can all the time be grateful to ITV and Coronation Avenue for giving me such an incredible position to play for my first ever appearing job. Most of all I’ll miss the wonderful individuals who work on the present, my appearing colleagues, solid, crew, producers and writing group. I’ve met individuals who I do know will probably be mates for all times.

‘I’m very enthusiastic about what the approaching months maintain for Tina and what the longer term has in retailer for me.’

Michelle first appeared in Corrie in January 2008 when she clashed with future stepmother Gail McIntyre on the medical centre. 

She quickly began courting unhealthy boy David Platt [Jack P Shepherd] and fell pregnant together with his child, however was persuaded by Gail to abort it.

She was additionally left heartbroken and depressed when her father Joe died in a boating accident on honeymoon after marrying Gail, later discovering solace in David’s greatest good friend Graeme Proctor’s [Craig Gazey] arms.

Tina discovered love once more with Tommy Duckworth (Chris Fountain). Nevertheless, in a bid to repay his money owed, she agreed to enter right into a surrogacy settlement with Gary and Izzy.

Throwback: Michelle first appeared in Corrie in January 2008 when she clashed with future stepmother Gail McIntyre at the medical centre

Throwback: Michelle first appeared in Corrie in January 2008 when she clashed with future stepmother Gail McIntyre on the medical centre

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