Michelle Keegan scoffs chips in rare behind-the-scenes video from Brassic set | The Sun

MICHELLE Keegan has been seen scoffing down chips in a rare behind-the-scenes video from the set of Brassic.

The actress, who plays Erin Croft in the Sky series, was joined by her co-stars to outline the major changes on set to meet with the broadcaster's net zero carbon commitment.

Michelle, 36, and Cardi actor Tom Hanson chow down on chips from a food van as part of the new environmental short.

The pair give Farmer Jim, played by Steve Evets, a sharp talking to as he criticises the measures on the set to prevent the pumping out of carbon emissions.

As Jim runs around learning about the changes put in place by Sky's Zero emissions team, he bumps into Erin and Cardi scoffing down their lunch.

The pair laugh as they chow down on chips, while Jim screams: "Oi, got any chips? How comes you two manage to stuff your face?"

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Cardi explains: "We got some leftovers before they compost it so nothing is wasted, Shirley's got some for his compost too."

"Shirley's compost? What about MY compost?" Jim replies, to which Michelle hits out: "It's not all about you, Jim.

"And if you don't want an environmental disaster, then everyone is going to have to chip in! Come and have one your miserable git."

Cardi then throws a chip at Jim's head as he continues to be educated on the measures by Shirley Paslowski, played by Archie Kelly.

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Rattled by the presence of the Sky Zero sustainability consultants, he storms around the set discovering the environmentally friendly changes, from vegetable oil fuel to repurposed sets.

It comes as Sky reveal they have worked to ensure Brassic is one of the greenest productions being made today.

An insider from the set explained: "Season 5 was the first time that the Brassic gang had these new expert sustainability consultants on set, as part of an environmental campaign called Sky Zero.

"They helped guide the cast including Michelle and crew on how to change their behaviours to help the environment.

"We thought it might not go down well with them at first, but the gang really embraced it. Especially Michelle, Steve and Tom!

"They were all set to raise awareness and inspire viewers. Award-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst thought it was such a good idea he wrote a special short story for them. 

"It’s a fun short, showing that if fans of the show all chip in, it will make a big difference to the environment."

Every episode of Brassic airs this weekend on Sky Max, before the return of series five 28th September.

Click here to find out about Sky Zero.

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For Brassic Season 5 Sky teamed up with Calamity Films (producers of Brassic) and green consultancy Picture Zero to understand how we can make positive changes to Brassic, both on and off-screen.

Brassic has been nominated for this year's NTA Awards and the public vote is now open.

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