So it looks like Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright are as loved-up as ever. And we’re very glad about it.
Unfortunately for the couple, they’ve been forced to deal with a large amount of speculation about their marriage over the past few weeks.
This is partially down to the whereabouts of Mich’s wedding ring. It was her birthday over the weekend, and she was seen out celebrating in Manchester without Mark – or her rock.
And this wasn’t the first time she’d gone diamond-less. When she was filming BBC drama Our Girl in South Africa last month, she was photographed off-set with an empty left hand.
But the normally-private actress was clearly sick of these rumours by Sunday, feeling forced to speak out on Twitter.
She wrote on the site: ‘No wedding ring, no wedding ring’ blah blah blah sooooo boring!!! Not that I have to explain but I’m SO sick of these stories…
‘I work on camera so I take it off and put it somewhere safe… SIMPLE. Last night I went straight out after work… Hence the NO ring!!! That’s the only comment I’m making!!!’
We’d previously reported that the only reason Michelle had been seen without her ring was probably to do with the fact that she was filming and didn’t want to lose it, so this made total sense.
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And now that Mich has explained everything, we’ve noticed a couple of things that should have given the game away.
She recently shared a stunning Instagram selfie, which she’d captioned: ‘Getting my Beyoncé on with the aircon! Music vid style!!!’
The 29-year-old was sporting a grey Bardot top, detailed hoop earrings and a wavy ‘do… and a very romantic necklace.
Yep. If you looked very closely at the teeny-tiny pendant, you could see it read ‘M&M’, which (of course) stands for Mark and Michelle.
It also seems as though Mich was a lucky charm for Mark when he played in charity football match Soccer Aid on Sunday.
His boots had the words: ‘M&M 24.05.15’ embossed across the side, marking the date of their wedding.
And guess what?! He scored a goal. So that love must be powerful, eh?