Michelle Keegan Shows Off Her Abs In Navy At The NTAs

Michelle Keegan totally wowed at the National Television Awards last night.

The 28-year-old stepped out on the red carpet in London in a dramatic Orkaila crop top, which featured an open back, sexy lacy bodice and a plunging neckline.

She’d paired the piece with a floaty black maxi skirt, which gave the ensemble a really classic feel. We love.

>Instagram"> Michelle Keegan had earlier given us a glimpse of her ensemble on Instagram


When it came to her hair, Mich had opted for a 60s-inspired chignon, letting a few tendrils fall loose at the front to fame her frace.

She’d chosen a fresh and glowing make-up look, working nude lips with smoky eyes and lashings of bronzer.

> Michelle Keegan’s make-up look was flawless


Michelle arrived at the ceremony with her husband Mark Wright, who was just as dapper in a navy blazer with leather detailing.

He’d accessorised with a pair of thick-rimmed glasses and a smart pocket square. Props for pulling off those matching outfits, guys!

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> Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright pulled off matching outfits



Aside from their appearance at the NTAs, yesterday was actually a very special occasion for the couple – it was Mark’s 29th birthday.

Michelle had earlier marked her hubby’s special day by posting a cute throwback snap of their wedding to Instagram, captioning it: ‘Happy birthday to my other half.’ Aw.

> Michelle Keegan marked her husband’s birthday with this stunning snap


However, she was clearly also excited about the night’s festivities, Tweeting: ‘Looking forward to seeing my Corrie and Ordinary Lies mates tonight! Massive Goodluck to both!!!! #fingerscrossed xxx.’

Michelle played receptionist Tracy in much-acclaimed BBC drama Ordinary Lies, which was nominated for the New Drama gong, although it ended up being beaten by Doctor Foster.

> Michelle Keegan played Tracy in Ordinary Lies


Coronation Street also had a bit of a disappointing evening, losing out on the Serial Drama category to its rival EastEnders.

At least Mich had Mark’s birthday to celebrate, eh?