The former TOWIE star shows support for wife Michelle Keegan at the Manchester screening of Our Girl after rumours of a rift in their marriage...
Mark Wright definitely proved his husband credentials last night whilst wife Michelle Keegan attended the Manchester screening of Our Girl.
Michelle hit up her hometown (with her newly brunette tresses) ahead of the launch of the first episode of the BBC army drama, looking gorgeous in a lacy black off-the-shoulder top from her Lipsy collection, teamed with black trousers, a choker and heels.
And whilst his lady was celebrating Our Girl‘s rave reviews, Mark was at home bigging up his other half in the cutest way.
Taking to Instagram to share a snap of Michelle from the premiere, Mark wrote: ‘Seriously though…. Look at this woman from tonight…. No words…. Can’t tell you how proud I am of what she has achieved.’
‘OUR GIRL…. this Wednesday at 9pm on BBC. The first episode is sensational. Enjoy ???’.
The couple have finally been allowed some time out together after months of Michelle filming abroad, and Mark being busy with his Heart FM radio duties.
Michelle and Mark took a trip to Majorca last week for a few days, and since then, have seemed closer than ever.
Michelle even addressed the rumours that their marriage was at crisis point, calling them ‘rubbish’ and telling The Mirror: ‘I find it frustrating people are constantly speculating about my marriage. I think we should celebrate the fact that, alright, yeah, I did get married, but I can work as well.’
Speaking of her time spent in South Africa filming Our Girl, the 29-year-old added: ‘We don’t need to tell the world the ins and outs of what we were doing while I was away. Because we didn’t, there was a backlash.
‘It’s something I’ll have to deal with. I hope it’ll die down.’
Mich also confronted the speculation over her not wearing her wedding ring whilst filming. ‘Obviously, I don’t wear my ring’, she said. ‘It would be stupid if I was wearing it with my uniform and holding guns.
‘Also, I wasn’t at home, so if I went out straight after work, the last thing I would do is say to the taxi driver, ‘One minute, can we just drive all the way 20 minutes home so I can just get my ring, please’. It’s silly’.