Michelle Keegan recently rescued a woman who had collapsed because her blood sugar levels had plummeted.
Michelle Keegan rescued a woman who had collapsed in a restaurant.
The 'Our Girl' actress has revealed she has put the training she learnt while working on the army series - in which she plays medic Georgie Lane - to good use because she was able to step in when a lady dropped to the floor in an eatery recently.
The 30-year-old star realised that the woman's blood sugar levels had plummeted and she asked the waiter to bring her over a sugary drink to stabilise her.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, she said: '''They came over with a bottle [of Coke] and a straw...I knew it was quite dangerous because it can get trapped in her throat...so I threw the straw and put it in a glass. Before 'Our Girl' I would never have done that. I would have gone into a panic state.''
Meanwhile, Michelle - who is married to Mark Wright - recently opened up about her greatest fear, which is ''losing someone she loves''.
However, the former 'Coronation Street' star isn't scared of dying because she feels connected to her grandmother who passed away and was inspired by her strength.
She explained: ''I'm scared of the pain, but I was really close to my grandma and I feel like if she (went through) it, then I can too.''
But before she dies Michelle's biggest wish is to meet her idol Celine Dion, or even just get to see her perform as she and Mark were unlucky when they went to see her perform in Las Vegas and she cancelled her show.
When asked what the one thing she wants to know before she dies is, she said: ''I want to meet Celine Dion! Mark bought me tickets to see her perform in Las Vegas last month and she cancelled on the night. I was devastated.''
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