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Michelle Keegan reflects on her 'eye opening' trip to Nepal after Our Girl filming

Our Girl star Michelle Keegan said she was feeling "very blessed" after her trip to Nepal

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Chloe Best
Chloe BestLifestyle Features Editor
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Michelle Keegan said she has a "totally different perspective on life" following her trip to Nepal. The actress, who has been in the country to start work on the third series of BBC drama Our Girl, shared her experiences with fans in an Instagram post.

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The HELLO! Online blogger shared a photo of herself sitting on the steps in Kathmandu Durbar Square, cradling her head in her hands as she smiled broadly. "Last day in Nepal... what an amazing eye opening journey. Coming away with a totally different perspective on life. Feeling very blessed and thankful. #itsthelittlethings #glasshalffull #ourgirl3," Michelle captioned the post.

Michelle Keegan Nepal Our Girl Filming© Photo: Instagram

Michelle Keegan said she had a new perspective on life after her trip to Nepal

Michelle has been in the country for over a week to reprise her role as Corporal Georgie Lane for her popular TV drama. Filming will take place over the next three months and will also see Michelle and her co-stars visit Malaysia and South Africa, where they shot scenes for the previous series in 2016.

MORE: Read Michelle Keegan's HELLO! Online blog

Writing about the trip in her HELLO! Online blog, Michelle opened up about filming and her plans for the summer: "I can't believe I will be away for a whole 3 months," she wrote. "Fortunately I will be back for a bit to attend a couple of very important 'dos' in the Summer but then I will be off again for more filming with the series."

Michelle Keegan Our Girl© Photo: BBC

Michelle has reprised her role in the BBC show Our Girl

The 29-year-old also revealed that she had recently been taking part in some boot camp training with the rest of the cast ahead of filming. "We did drills, how to patrol, how to hold a weapon system... all sorts!" Michelle wrote. "This building is at Sandhurst and in the evening we went there to speak to serving soldiers, listen to their stories, to get a feel for the series we are about to start filming."

Although Michelle will be away for much of the summer, she can look forward to a few visits from husband Mark Wright, who recently told HELLO! Online that he is planning to go and see her when he can. "I went out last time and I'll go again," said Mark. "When I work away, she comes to see me. If you're in a relationship you make the time and you make it work. We always make it work."

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