As we woke up to rain this morning, Michelle Kegean and Mark Wright woke up to a beautiful Caribbean view. Life just isn’t fair, is it?
The former Coronation Street star has been mega busy with her new Lipsy SS15 launch and planning her wedding, so it’s only right that her and her hubby-to-be jetted off for some much needed sun and sangria.
With their wedding thought to only be a few weeks away, the newlyweds-to-be have clearly been stepping up their pre-wedding gym regimes – just look at those abs!
With Michelle working a cool neon orange and white bandea bikini and sipping wine through a straw and Mark posing in a pair of bright green shorts, Keegs captioned their swimwear snap: ‘Gonna miss these nights @wrighty_ ‘.
And as for the Northern beauty’s hot holiday wardrobe? It’s all about the colourful, boho tie-dye sundresses, with Michelle working a flirty white and green frock in one shot as she showcases her long, cascading beachy locks.
‘Caribbean style!’, she captioned the image.
In another snap, Michelle’s seen looking bronzed and gorgeous as she makes her way to the beach, tropical cocktail in hand, working a pink tie dye sun dress and flip flops.
With her thick brunette tresses piled up on top of her head in a no-fuss holiday updo, Michelle showed she doesn’t need make-up to make an impression on the beach.
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Another snap showed the loved up duo playing piggyback, with a tanned and toned Michelle leaping onto her fiance’s back wearing a white bikini and a shell anklet and looking seriously gorgeous.
‘Paradise, no filter needed!! #thisplace #saditsover #wanttobeback Buccement bay!’, the former TOWIE star captioned the images.
With Michelle and Mark jsut weeks away from tying the knot, Mark’s been busy trying to persuade Ed Sheeran to sing at their wedding.
Pleading live on air during his Heart FM show, Mark said: ‘Ed, if you’re listening, we both love you very much. You’re a very, very talented man. We beg you with our hearts, our big hearts, our little hearts… Please, please would you sing even just one song at mine and Michelle’s wedding? If that’s not a plea, I don’t know what is.’