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Michelle Keegan excited for reunion with dog in cute video as she films abroad

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Michelle Keegan is currently abroad filming a very special project - but has revealed that she can't wait to get back to the UK to be reunited with one a family member.No, it's not her husband - former TOWIE star Mark Wright - or her parents, it's her sausage dog Phoebe.The actress has been in Australia filming for the BBC drama Ten Pound-Poms, which follows a group of Brits who embark on an adventure on the other side of the world in the 1950s.READ MORE: Michelle Keegan emotional as she's reunited with beloved dog Pip amid filming abroadTaking to her Instagram stories on Thursday, the former Coronation Street bombshell shared an adorable clip of a previous occasion where she returned home from filming.In the short video, Phoebe spots Michelle coming in from the arrivals section of an airport with suitcases loaded onto a trolley.Barely able to contain her excitement, she sprints up to the actress for a petting.Michelle penned: "Can't wait for this moment," with three red love heart emojis on the clipPhoebe isn't Michelle's only furry friend - with her and Mark also owning Pip, a chihuahua, who Michelle had a virtual reunion with earlier this month.Michelle posted about her video call with her dog to her Instagram story where Pip the adorable chihuahua was seen gazing towards the camera.The actor teased that this made her emotional with a crying emoji over her part of the screen.She'd written "me" elsewhere on the screenshot with an arrow to the emoji.Michelle and Mark recently celebrated their seven year wedding anniversary, with Michelle uploading a series of pictures of their big day to Instagram.She captioned the post: "24.5.2015.

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