The Our Girl actress looked right at home as she posed for a snap next to her husband, Mark, and his huge Essex family at dinner...
Can Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright stop being so cute now please? We’re all getting way too jealous.
After being plagued with rumours that their relationship could be on the rocks for months (yawn), it looks like Michelle and Mark are as happy as ever, cosying up for a romantic dinner in Essex yesterday.
But they weren’t dining alone, oh no.
The glamorous pair were joined by seven (yes seven!) of the Wright clan… and Michelle looked right at home.
Joining the adorable family dinner at the celeb-approved Sheesh restaurant in Chigwell, were Mark’s parents Carol and Mark Sr, as well as former TOWIE star, Jess Wright and Mark’s younger sister, Natalya.
Natalya posted the picture along with the caption: “I love my family more than anything .. Thank you
@sheeshchigwellfor another lovely dinner last night! X”
And we can’t handle the cuteness.
Since returning from South Africa where she was filming BBC drama, Our Girl, Michelle has been spending a lot of time with Mark and his family.
At the weekend the actress looked ah-mazing as she celebrated her sis in law, Jess’, 31st birthday by partying with pals in London.
Despite constantly denying claims of trouble, unfortunately speculation often surrounds the loved-up pair’s marriage, especially after Mich was spotted without her wedding ring in South Africa.
Come on people, she was filming!
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But the former Corrie star has been quick to deny any rumours and in an interview for Good Morning Britain, the 29-year-old told Richard Arnold that being back home with her husband has “been great”.
Speaking about married life in Essex with Mark, she said: “It’s going really well thank you. It’s good, back to normality now, back home. Takeaways, doing normal things, it’s been great.”
That’s what we like to hear, good to see the pair enjoying some much-needed family time.
By Naomi Bartram