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Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan's £3.5m mega mansion with luxury bedroom and spa-like bathroom

Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan have finally moved into their incredible Essex mansion after months of renovations, with the pair sharing plenty of glimpses of the property.The former The Only Way Is Essex star, 35, and ex-Coronation Street actress Michelle, also 35, have been watching their £3.5m property being built for over a year, and have documented the entire process on their joint Instagram account, @wrightyhome.The couple, who tied the knot in 2015, look to have now officially moved into their incredible abode, after Michelle recently returned from Australia, where she had been filming a new BBC drama over recent months. Mark and Michelle have unveiled all of the renovation details of the house, which they originally purchased for £1.3m in October 2019.

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