It must be hard for Michelle Keegan as her hubby Mark Wright is all the way out in the US while she’s filming in Malaysia.
She has turned to a form of spiritual guidance to help her through this tough time, and to reassure her that her life is going in the right direction.
The actress posted a clip to her Instagram Stories of her tarot cards being read. Who knew she was even into that sort of thing?
Well she is, and she was happy when one of her cards said ‘All Is Well’.
The card read: “Everything is happening exactly as it is supposed to, with hidden blessings you will soon understand.”
She posted a couple of pictures of the tarot cards and captioned one “Guide me…” while another was captioned “Everything happens for a reason”.
Michelle also went through a bit of a worrying experience recently, as one of the crew members on Our Girl nearly died.
Script expert Andrea Bamford is said to have been bitten by a deadly spider while cast and crew were on location in Malaysia.
It’s being reported that Michelle was left in shock after a crew member on the BBC series was left ‘minutes from death’.
Speaking to The Mirror, a source said of Andrea: “She lost all colour in her face.
“After a couple of minutes she couldn’t walk.
“The medic on set only had antihistamine and paracetamol.
“Luckily there was a crew member who used to work with the military and he said Andrea was going into shock.
“He took control and took her to hospital.
“They hooked her up on a drip and said if she was 15 minutes later she would have died.”
Reports also suggest it has left Michelle pretty shaken up, and even considering leaving filming due to fears for her safety.
The alleged source continued: “Everyone, including Michelle, is completely shocked and feels like they are in danger.
“Bosses had to assure them that it is fine to continue filming.”
Luckily, Michelle may get a break soon to recover from the harrowing ordeal – she is rumoured to be joining hubby Mark in the US before the end of the year.
Mark is over there in Hollywood schmoozing with the likes of Channing Tatum in his new job as entertainment correspondent on Extra.