Helen McCrory sadly passed away last week at the age of 52 after battling cancer. The actress was known for her roles in the 'Harry Potter' movie series and 'Peaky Blinders'.

Previously, McCrory's 'Harry Potter' co-stars Tom Felton and Jason Isaacs paid tribute to the late actress. Now a heartfelt tribute to her comes from the set of 'Peaky Blinders.

The actress played Polly Gray on the crime drama. The show is currently filming its sixth and final season.

Anthony Byrne, who is the director of 'Peaky Blinders' shared an image of the tribute.

One of the show's clapperboards was decorated with a sketch of Helen as Polly.

He captioned the post: "Today was beautiful and strange and sad and surreal. We found ourselves in the most beautiful environment.

"The sun beating down on us and it felt ok. It was incredible but not surprising to read the many tributes and articles dedicated to Helen over the weekend."

He added: "This is our ‘A’ camera board and Polly Gray is always in front of our cameras. This board was designed by @lo_marie_s a super talented tattoo artist in Manchester.

"It has meant a huge amount to me and the crew on Peaky to have an image of Helen on set with us everyday. Thanks to @francesca.caterina for marking up the clapper board like that."

Byrne previously penned a tribute to the actress which read: "Many glasses were raised to Helen in Manchester on Friday night. Helen was a force of nature and her loss to film, tv and theatre is immense.

"More than that, it is the loss of the great work she would’ve gone on to do.

"I am honoured to have worked with her telling the story of the Shelby’s and watching her talent shine as the matriarch Polly Gray. She will be greatly missed by the Peaky family."