‘Live your best life!’ Michelle Keegan ends up in a puffer jacket as she explores Sydney with ‘blooming’ Mark Wright after reuniting after eight weeks apart
They reunited earlier this month after spending eight weeks apart while she worked in Australia.
And Michelle Keegan wrapped up in a puffer jacket while enjoying a day out with her ‘blooming’ hubby Mark Wright, and took to her Instagram Stories on Saturday to share snaps from their date in Sydney.
The 35-year-old actress – who is in Australia to film her new BBC drama – and the former TOWIE star, also 35, spent some quality time together having dinner at Totti’s before heading to Bondi Beach.
Loving life: Michelle Keegan wrapped in a puffer jacket while enjoying a day in Sydney with Mark Wright, both 35, and took to her Instagram Stories on Saturday to share snaps
Michelle looked gorgeous with her brushed-back brunette locks and her eyes shielded by Cat-Eye glasses as she and her beau waited for their food to arrive.
“Sunny but still need my puffa,” Michelle said of her outfit choice as she spends time in Australis during their winter.
Mark wore an off-white hoodie but attempted to get a tan by stepping out in stone-coloured shorts with a workout as he posed in front of a graffiti wall.
‘I have never known anywhere to thrive so much! Living her best life,’ Michelle captioned the TOWIE star’s snap.
Low key outing: Mark wore an off-white hoodie but attempted to get a tan by stepping out in stone-coloured shorts with a workout as he posed in front of a graffiti wall
Delicious: The actress – who is in Australia to film her new BBC drama – and the former TOWIE star spent some quality time together having dinner at Totti’s before heading to Bondi Beach
Earlier this month, To mark shed a rare light on their long-distance marriage during a conversation with MailOnline, in which he insisted they “support each other” to achieve all of their “goals and dreams”.
Speaking about their relationship, he said, “I think being both in the same industry really helps. Because we have each other’s careers, and we totally understand that.
“Essentially, we both want each other to achieve all of our goals and all of our dreams and we support each other every step of the way for that, you know.”
Mark recently said, “If you’re in love and in a happy relationship, you’ll be happy to see each other.
“You have to learn that you’ve been together a long time and haven’t seen each other for three weeks, so it’s exciting at first, but then it comes down to a 10-year relationship.”
Michelle has been hard at work in Australia for the past eight weeks filming her latest project, the new BBC drama Ten Pound Poms, set in the 1950s.
The actress will star as a young nurse named Kate in the six-part drama, who arrives in Australia without her fiancé and will do whatever it takes to try to rewrite her devastating past.
Ten Pound Poms tells the story of a group of Britons as they leave dreary post-war Britain in 1956 to embark on a life-changing adventure halfway around the world.
For just £10, they were promised a better home, better job prospects and a better quality of life by the sea in sunny Australia.
But life down under is not the idyllic dream promised to newcomers. Struggling with their new identity as immigrants, the drama follows their triumphs and pitfalls as they adjust to a new life in a new country.
Having fun with friends: Mark also caught up with his former Extra TV colleague Renée- Claire Bargh