Michelle Keegan soaks up the Aussie sun in a dreamy tea dress






Georgia Brown




Michelle Kegan was every inch a glowing goddess on Sunday as she posed up a storm for an Instagram post.

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Speaking to social media, the wife of Mark Wright delighted her 5.9 million followers with a beaming selfie, posing alongside an espresso martini. The 33-year-old actress rocked a ditsy floral dress in a monochrome hue, featuring romantic puff sleeves, a sweetheart neckline and a chic button down design.

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Michelle’s flowing brown tresses cascaded over her shoulders in loose ringlets, framing her glow of enviable beauty. The Brassic star added pink blush, lots of bonzer and a classic nude lip to complete her natural makeup look.

“As [butter] wouldn’t melt… then comes the espresso [martini]’s,” Michelle captioned her post, which garnered thousands of likes from fans within minutes.

Michelle sipped espresso martinis as she enjoyed a night out

“Cute af,” one fan commented, while another wrote, “Awee miss that beautiful face.”

“Perfection,” joked a third fan, while several others flooded the comments section with flame emojis.

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Michelle is currently in Australia filming an exciting new BBC drama series Ten pound pom pomsleaving fans curious as to how she maintains her now long-distance relationship with husband Mark.

During an appearance on loose womenformer TOWIE star Mark was interviewed by Ruth Langford about his marriage, and he talked about the rule he and Michelle now follow to keep their relationship alive.

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Mark explained he found it ‘difficult’ when he went up to six weeks without seeing his wife when he first moved to America for TV show Extra, and it put them under pressure to make the most of their time together.

“We’ve made a rule – a three-week rule. As soon as it goes over that, it starts to get harder and the pressure mounts to see each other.

“If you keep it within three weeks it will never get to this point, it’s been so long, there’s so much pressure on us,” Mark added.

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