Michelle Keegan And Mark Wright Co-Ordinate At The Pride Of Britain Awards

Michelle goes for a 90s-inspired number, while Mark tries out the velvet trend...

Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright made one very dapper couple at the Pride Of Britain Awards last night.

The couple arrived on the red carpet in co-ordinated blue and purple ensembles, with 29-year-old Mich rocking a plunging satin gown.

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Michelle Keegan

Michelle Keegan wowed in a plunging satin number. Nailing that 90s trend, lady

The statement piece featured a full skirt, 90s-style spaghetti straps and a low-cut back. And she’d let her dress do all the talking, sporting simple poker-straight locks, classic smoky eyes and nude lips. Just beaut.

Meanwhile, Mark had opted for a purple tuxedo jacket and bow tie combination. It seems the 29-year-old knows velvet is the trend of AW16…

Michelle Keegan

Michelle Keegan had gone for a classic beauty look

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It’s great to see Mark and Michelle back together again. They’ve been separated for much of this year, thanks to Michelle’s hectic acting schedule.

She first flew to South Africa to shoot BBC1 Army drama Our Girl, before immediately starting work on upcoming biopic Tina And Bobby.

So now that they’re both home in Essex, are they planning a different type of project for 2017?!

Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright

Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright married in May 2015, but have no plans to start a family just yet

The pair have been married since May 2015, so it’d be understandable if they were thinking of starting a family.

However, Michelle totally poo-pooed this idea yesterday, telling the Daily Mirror: ‘I love children. I always say I’m broody. We’re not planning anything just yet.’

TBH, Mich is flying high in her career right now, so it makes sense that she’s keen to focus on that for the foreseeable future.

But just imagine how gorgeous those babies would be…