Michelle Keegan takes swipe at husband Mark Wright over holiday behaviour

Michelle Keegan and her husband Mark Wright are currently lapping up the sunshine in Italy.

It’s not all blissful sunshine and cocktails, though, as Brassic star Michelle, 36, revealed on Sunday when she hilariously berated her spouse, also 36, for his holiday antics.

Taking to Instagram to post a photo of herself and Mark lounging by their stunning pool, she quipped: ‘Me trying to relax – him bombing in and out the pool.’

We feel your pain, Michelle, we feel your pain.

Other than Mark’s poolside antics, it seems the pair are having a dreamy time away, with both of the famous faces having uploaded stunning snaps of their getaway on social media.

Meanwhile, Michelle recently thirsted over former TOWIE star Mark on Instagram, filming him getting stuck into a spot of gardening. With his shirt off.

Mark could be seen wheeling what appeared to be a big mound of soil over to a spot that, presumably, was short on soil.

He lifted the mud out of a wheelbarrow with a spade and then got on his hands and knees before pounding it into the ground.

Also in Michelle’s footage, the stunning grounds of their home were visible, with their enormous garden being flanked by beautiful countryside.

Mark and Michelle’s sprawling property is located in Essex and is estimated to boast an eye-watering value of £3.5million.

They built it from scratch after having their farmhouse demolished two years ago.

The couple has shared a handful of glimpses into the gorgeous home, most recently in February, when Mark filmed a social media video in his kitchen, revealing it features sleek countertops, lovely lighting and chic, gold-hued mirrors.

According to MailOnline, construction experts put the property’s value at £3.5million and the home also features a stunning bathroom (complete with spa), bar area and gym.

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