Line Of Duty's Vicky McClure walks her dog in dungarees after show becomes BBC's most-watched drama in 13 years

LINE Of Duty star Vicky McClure cut a sassy figure as she stepped out to walk her dog wearing animal print.

The actress, who plays Detective Inspector Kate Fleming in the hit BBC series, couldn't be missed in the khaki-colour leopard-look dungarees which she paired with trainers and a black top.

She brushed her brunette locks back with a pair of sunglasses and threw a bag across her body as she strolled with the pooch down a residential street.

The pair were soaking up the sunshine on their walk in Nottingham, with Vicky no doubt also basking in the success of the gritty series, which has been the most watched on the BBC in the last 13 years.

This week's Line Of Duty episode saw DI Fleming revealed to be alive after facing a gun stand-off in a cliffhanger last week.

Yet fans pointed out a potential plot hole with her character after she fled the scene when shooting dodgy copper PC Ryan Pilkington.


Vicky has starred in every season of the award-winning police series.

Season six rounds off next week, and the series has only been getting bigger and better.

Jed Mercurio's creation scooped 10.9million viewers this weekend, according to BARB figures.

In doing so it has topped Downton Abbey and Bodyguard – another one of Jed's telly projects.


Meanwhile it came close behind Doctor Who's 2008 Christmas Day special, which clocked up 11.7million viewers, making it the most watched TV episode in the past 13 years.

Meanwhile, bookmaker Coral has made this Sunday’s upcoming Line of Duty finale odds-on at 1-2 to be the most watched Line of Duty episode in history – breaking more records.

The firm is offering just 5-4 the episode is the most watched programme of 2021.

“Line of Duty fans are counting down the days until the finale episode of the series on Sunday evening," said Coral’s John Hill.


"Our betting not only suggests it will be the most watched episode yet, it could also be the most watched programme of the year."

A trailer has now been released for the final episode which shows the net closing in around the mystery character, H.

After six pulsating episodes it all comes down the crime drama's final instalment which will feature a huge shoot-out and AC-12 closing in on 'H'.

The series already included an epic shootout which saw AC-12 members Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) and Chloe Bishop (Shalom Brune-Franklin) fend off members of the OCG while transporting Jimmy Lakewell to a different prison.

In the latest sneak peak, Superintendent Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) can be heard saying to his team: "All of these suspicious deaths were orchestrated by one officer in particular…H, the fourth man."

The trailer concluded with AC-12 and an army of officers surrounding a man wearing a balaclava who may be the much sought-after 'H'.

Arnott drew his gun and yelled: Down! Down!, while Kate Fleming emerged from a van, pointed her gun at the mystery man and shouted: "Armed police!"

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