Line Of Duty Polly Walker gets out with her husband and dogs for the series six finale

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Line Of Duty’s Polly Walker gets hot as she takes her husband and dog for a walk leading up to the highly anticipated sixth series finale

The nation eagerly awaits Line Of Duty’s sixth final to air Sunday, hoping to finally unmask the illusory ‘H’.

Still, show star Polly Walker seemed to put that out of her mind when she looked calm on Friday while walking her dog with her husband.

The actress, 54, who played Gill Biggeloe on series three and five of the police drama, seemed cheerful when she was seen with partner Laurence Penry-Jones, 44, in London.

Take it easy: Line Of Duty star Polly Walker looked serene walking her dog with husband Laurence Penry-Jones, 44, on Friday

Take it easy: Line Of Duty star Polly Walker looked serene walking her dog with husband Laurence Penry-Jones, 44, on Friday

She bundled up against the mild spring temperatures in a padded, knee-length navy blue coat when the couple left.

Polly kept her look casual with a pair of gray joggers and a pair of sneakers, as well as wearing a cream-colored beanie.

The Bridgerton star cascaded her chocolate cubes in an effortless style and seemed to go makeup-free during the outing.

Meanwhile, co-actor Laurence also wore a relaxed look in a blue cable sweater and jeans.

He put on a pair of black combat boots and held the dog’s leash in one hand and Penny’s in the other.

Throwback: The actress played Gill Biggeloe in series three and five of the police drama (pictured with Adrian Dunbar playing Superintendent Ted Hastings)

Throwback: The actress played Gill Biggeloe in series three and five of the police drama (pictured with Adrian Dunbar playing Superintendent Ted Hastings)

Throwback: The actress played Gill Biggeloe in series three and five of the police drama (pictured with Adrian Dunbar playing Superintendent Ted Hastings)

During her time on Line Of Duty, Penny’s character Gill was a fan favorite to reveal to the illusory fourth man at the head of the OCG, with fans citing the initial mention of ‘H’ as a major clue.

Curved copper Matthew ‘Dot’ Cottan (Craig Parkinson) codenamed H to Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) as he blinked to indicate the letter while lying on his deathbed at the end of series three.

But while the show has been referring to ‘H’ for two seasons now, some fans have suggested that Dot was actually meant to signal ‘G’ and that he was ‘blinking too slowly’.

Cozy: She bundled up against the mild spring temperatures in a padded, knee-length navy blue coat when the couple left

Cozy: She bundled up against the mild spring temperatures in a padded, knee-length navy blue coat when the couple left

Cozy: She bundled up against the mild spring temperatures in a padded, knee-length navy blue coat when the couple left

Complicated: Polly kept her look casual with a pair of gray joggers and a complementary pair of sneakers, while also wearing a cream-colored beanie in some snaps

Complicated: Polly kept her look casual with a pair of gray joggers and a complementary pair of sneakers, while also wearing a cream-colored beanie in some snaps

Complicated: Polly kept her look casual with a pair of gray joggers and a complementary pair of sneakers, while also wearing a cream-colored beanie in some snaps

Love: The Brigerton star effortlessly let her chocolate cubes overflow as her husband held their pet while they shared a tender hug

Love: The Brigerton star effortlessly let her chocolate cubes overflow as her husband held their pet while they shared a tender hug

Love: The Brigerton star effortlessly let her chocolate cubes overflow as her husband held their pet while they shared a tender hug

Another theory was that the code name is ‘H’ but that it stands for Her, which is one of the reasons all communication is via text message so that the female boss doesn’t give away her gender.

Earlier on Friday, Alison Hammond confirmed that H’s identity will be revealed in Sunday night’s upcoming finale.

The presenter, 54, signed off from the ITV show teasing viewers that H will be ‘on the couch’ Monday.

Finally: Alison Hammond teased that H will finally be revealed during Sunday's Finals of Line Of Duty, as he signed off on Friday this morning.

Finally: Alison Hammond teased that H will finally be revealed during Sunday's Finals of Line Of Duty, as he signed off on Friday this morning.

Finally: Alison Hammond teased that H will finally be revealed during Sunday’s Finals of Line Of Duty, as he signed off on Friday this morning.

There are still several potential characters that could be H, including DCS Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin), DCC Andrea Wise (Elizabeth Rider), or even newcomer Marcus Thurwell (James Nesbitt) despite reportedly dying in a raid.

And even AC-12’s own Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) and DS Kate Fleming have been tipped as potential contenders.

The Line Of Duty final will be broadcast on BBC One on Sunday at 9 p.m.

Who is it?  There are several potential characters who could be fourth person, with AC-12's own Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) and Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) both tipped as contenders before. [pictured with Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) right]

Who is it?  There are several potential characters who could be fourth person, with AC-12's own Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) and Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) both tipped as contenders before. [pictured with Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) right]

Who is it? There are several potential characters who could be fourth person, with AC-12’s own Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) and Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) both tipped as contenders before. [pictured with Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) right]

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