Vicky McClure offered a glimpse of her life behind the cameras while enjoying a festive drink with actor Otto Farrant on Friday.
The 37-year-old Line of Duty star took to Instagram to post a selfie outside at the end of shooting series two of the Alex Rider TV series.
The monochrome photo showed Vicky, who portrays Mrs. Jones on the Amazon Prime Video show, with a beaming grin as she sat opposite 24-year-old Otto, who plays the lead role.
Celebrations: Line of Duty’s Vicky McClure grinned next to Otto Farrant as they enjoyed an outdoor drink after filming Alex Rider’s second season on Friday
That’s a wrap: 37-year-old described co-star Otto Farrant as a #true pro superhero ‘as she celebrated the end of filming
As the weather was temperamental, the pair opted to wrap up warm to beat the cold, with Vicky wearing a high-collared jacket.
Otto was also dressed in a thick jacket with a diamond pattern on the front and black panels on the shoulders.
The Alex Rider TV series, shown on Amazon Prime Video, is an adaptation of Anthony Horowitz’s novel series.
Vicky plays the character known as Mrs. Jones, who is the escort of teen spy Alex Rider.
Kate, is that you? Vicky plays a character known as Mrs Jones, who is the handler of teen spy Alex Rider, in the Amazon Prime series (pictured during the first season)
On Screen: The Alex Rider TV Series, shown on Amazon Prime Video, is an adaptation of Anthony Horowitz’s novel series (Vicky is portrayed in her role of Mrs. Jones)
The behind-the-scenes snap comes after Vicky also shared a short video of herself with Line of Duty co-stars Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar playing a sing-along on Sunday while she had no character.
The trio sang in the shady underpass used for clandestine gatherings on the show
Located in Belfast, the graffiti-studded metro has become an iconic landmark among fans, with AC12 meeting there countless times since the show moved to Northern Ireland in 2014.
Captioning the playful clip, which ends with the three stars bursting out laughing, she wrote: “Dear friends!”
Banter: The behind-the-scenes snap comes after Vicky also shared a short video of herself with Line of Duty co-stars Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar as they had a sing-along on Sunday.
Farewell: Ahead of Line Of Duty’s sixth and possibly final series on Sunday, DS Steve Arnott, DI Kate Fleming and Superintendent Ted Hastings were back at the underpass for one last visit
On the same day, Vicky stepped up the Line of Duty posts when she uploaded a photo of the show’s set.
She shared moving tributes to the show’s die-hard fans as they counted down the hours until the highly anticipated series six finale aired.
Vicky shared an image with Martin and their co-star Adrian Dunbar, who plays Superintendent Hastings on the show, and a photo of their knitted counterparts.
She wrote: ‘Happy Line Of Duty day! Apologies for the slightly overly emotional post, but it’s been a pretty surreal time!
The support from the audience was unreal, the creativity of the merchandise, the artwork, groundbreaking ratings and the hype !!
End of an Era: Vicky and Martin Compston shared moving tributes to the show’s fans as they counted down the hours until the series six finale aired
“ It has not escaped me how lucky I am to be a part of Line Of Duty, not only because of the success of the show, but also because of the lifelong friendships we have all developed.
‘We have such a talented and caring team, much of the success is due to them. Our wonderful guest star Kelly MacDonald! Shalom, Perry, Anna, Tommy, Rose, Greg, Anneika, Nigel, Ace, Liza, Amy just to name a few of the incredible cast in series six!
‘Belfast, our LOD house. Thanks for Craic as always. Honestly, I cannot thank you enough for your love and dedication to the show.
‘I’ll bring my concoction for you to Jed Mercurio! The epitome of honesty and integrity. @MrMartinCompston & Adrian love you 29! Now … let’s wrap this up. ‘
Emotional: Vicky, who plays DI Kate Fleming, sparked fans’ concerns that the series may come to an end in a lengthy Twitter post on Sunday