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Line Of Duty: Vicky McClure and Kelly Macdonald show off less glam side of behind-the-scenes of car chase

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The stars made the most of their time in a fancy car (Picture: Instagram)

***Warning: Line Of Duty season 6 spoilers ahead***

In the bitter aftermath of that breathtaking shooting in episode five, Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) and Joanne Davidson (Kelly Macdonald) quickly legged it away from the scene.

Stealing Steve Arnott’s (Martin Compston) car, the group were soon in a high-speed chase to get away from the police, becoming outlaws themselves as warrants were out for their arrest.

While they were quickly cornered, we had to admit – we were pretty obsessed with the idea of these two Thelma and Louise-ing it away from Central Police.

But while the scenes looked cool, the realities of filming as unfortunately a bit less glam, and Vicky has shared some behind-the-scenes pics of how the moment was filmed.

Turns out that she wasn’t even driving most of the time.

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As Fleming and Hastings, the duo have been getting closer (Picture: BBC)

Alongside a photo of her smiling in between takes with Kelly, Vicky also shared a snap of the car literally millimetres away from where Steve had parked it.

‘It pains me to say […] that’s as far as we got!’ she then revealed.

‘I was well up for the challenge but we did everything by the letter of the law! The letter!

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Can they trust everyone on their team? (Picture: BBC)

‘Amazing stunts & special effects team!! Thanks TV for making me look cool & taller!’

Well at least we know she is practicing what Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) preaches!

The penultimate episode of Line Of Duty threw some major spanners in the works as AC-12 returned to the investigation over who mystery crime boss H is.

Joanne was left heartbroken after discovering her abusive uncle, who had forced her into the police so he had someone on the inside, was actually her father as well.

DCS Patricia Carmichael also turned up the pressure on AC-12, warning Hastings that she was about to take over his position as his investigation into police corruption seemingly gets too close to the truth.

With just one episode to go, there’s a lot to be wrapped up.

Line Of Duty continues Sunday at 9pm on BBC One.


Credit: Original article published here.

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