It’s been a very special few days for Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan.
The couple are set to celebrate their first anniversary tomorrow, so they took the opportunity over the weekend to spend some quality time together.
Yep. It really has been one whole year since Marchelle said their vows at Suffolk’s Hengrave Hall. Crazy, eh?!
Mark, 29, shared an Instagram snap of their date night yesterday, showing us a dessert with the words: ‘Happy anniversary’ written across it in chocolate.
They were at Surrey’s Pennyhill Park Hotel, looking out at a view of a stunning country house, swimming pool and grounds.
Mark captioned the image: ‘Incredible anniversary weekend. The most perfect time in the most perfect place with the most perfect person….’
However, Michelle was having a slightly different conversation over on her page. She’d posted a picture of herself sipping a drink, writing: ‘My love for weekends…!!!’
Of course, the 28-year-old looked ah-bsolutely stunning in the shot, which prompted one follower to ask: ‘Hi @michkeegan I’m going to my friends festival style wedding in the summer have no ideal what dress to wear ? [sic].
‘Some are wearing hunter wellies and shorts but im thinking boho I am so stuck for ideas on what to wear ? Do You have anything in your Lipsy summer collection ?’
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But unfortunately for this follower, she inexplicably ended up receiving a cruel reply from another fan. This harsh message has now been deleted, but it’s clear it wasn’t pleasant.
Of course, Michelle was not going to stand for this. She wrote: ‘It’s alright darlin, he’s been deleted! I don’t tolerate trolling on my page. It’s like being back at primary school again… Haha!
‘Yes I have lots of lovely stuff coming out very soon in my collection… There’s a lovely white off the shoulder top that will look great with denim shorts and wellies or even sandals.’
What a perfect response. And how lovely for Michelle to take the time out of her romantic trip to speak out.