Michelle Keegan reveals she's trained her sausage dog to give her a kiss in impressive make-up free video

MICHELLE Keegan proved dogs, not diamonds, are a girl's best friend as she got a kiss from her pet pooch while relaxing on the sofa.

The actress was make-up free as she shared the cute Instagram Story with her followers after a long day filming scenes for Sky comedy Brassic.

Michelle, 33, looked like she was enjoying a quiet evening at home as she sat on the living room floor in a beige hoodie, with her back against a plush grey sofa.

As Yungen's song Bestie played in the background, Michelle is seen puckering up and tapping her cheek for a smooch from her miniature dachshund Phoebe.

And it's not the first time Michelle's beloved pooch has featured on her social media pages.

The Our Girl star showed off her impressive abs in a picture of the sausage dog lying on her at the brunette's home gym on International Dog Day in August.

Michelle declared to fans on Instagram: "Everyday is International Dog Day in this house".

The animal lover owns three dogs with her husband Mark Wright, living together in their Essex mansion.

But tonight was girls' night for Michelle and Phoebe as the pair chilled at home together.

Earlier in the day, Michelle shared a selfie of herself getting ready to film scenes for Brassic.

Despite the early morning wake up call for make-up, she looked glam and showed off a 1950-style hairstyle.

She was in the beauty chair at 7.49am and wrote on Instagram: "And we're back."

Filming on the show’s third series – in which Michelle plays cash-strapped mum Erin – was halted last month after a production team member showed symptoms of coronavirus.

Precautions were immediately taken and Michelle was among cast and crew tested for the virus.

An insider said at the time: “The safety of the cast and crew is of the utmost importance so until bosses know it’s totally safe filming won’t be going ahead."

But everything appeared to be on track today as Michelle was spied on set filming scenes in a retro Bedford van, wearing a surgical facemask in between takes.

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