Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan show off incredible Christmas decorations after swapping tree
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Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan have got into the festive spirit a little early as they showed off their incredible Christmas decorations.
The married couple, who live in their stunning Essex home, shared a peek at their red and white Christmas decor on the front door and inside the foyer of their house.
They encountered a small problem after picking a tree that was too big, but quickly solved their dilemma with a smaller tree and had a decorating session.
Taking to Instagram, Mark shared a montage of the before and after writing in the caption: "Christmas has come early in our house! Had an absolute mare with the tree, then we got it wright," he added with a winking emoji.
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Before they could begin, however, Mark explained as he showed a green tree that they'd misjudged the height of the tree: "We messed up, too big, back in the box."
They swapped out the tree for something a little smaller, as Mark said: "I think we're there. National Lampoon's just shrunk a little bit, still looks big, still looks impressive and still goes through the ceiling height.
"It think this could be the one… second time lucky."
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Outside at their front door, Mark and Michelle had enlisted the help of Elements Home and Garden to install two lifesize toy soldiers standing guard.
Above the door was an impressive arch of lights, green fern, red bows and red candy canes, as well as a wreath hanging on the door.
Entering their home, Mark and Michelle's sweet dogs were stood waiting patiently at the bottom of the Christmas tree.
The tree had been decorated with red and white oversized baubles, and several swirled sparkly lollipops, and more candy canes.
Near the top of the tree were the words "Ho Ho Ho" sticking out in red, with what looked like a gingerbread house on the top instead of a traditional angel or star.
There's also two red and white signs which read "Merry Christmas" and "Santa Stop Here" along with a toy soldier peeking out from beneath the branches.
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The decorations didn't stop there, as Mark panned up the staircase to show more green tinsel, baubles and candy canes attached to the white bannister.
The couple's Christmas decorating spree comes after they enjoyed a romantic lockdown dinner date.
They treated themselves on Thursday to some delicious food courtesy of celebrity hotspot Sheesh.
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