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Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright enjoy the easing of lockdown restrictions by heading out in Cheshire


Michelle Keegan cut a stylish figure as she left a bar in Cheshire following an afternoon out with her friends on Saturday.

Meanwhile, her husband Mark Wright was himself enjoying some much-needed downtime as he too headed out for a beer with his pals at the weekend.

The former Coronation Street actress, 33, opted for a chic but casual look for her outing, teaming her green top with a pair of denim flared jeans. 

Day out: Michelle Keegan cut a stylish figure as she left a bar in Cheshire following an afternoon out with her friends on Saturday

Michelle left her brunette locks loose for the occasion, while she concealed most of her face with a leopard print face mask. 

The stunner stored her essentials in a cream handbag and carried a tan jacket under her should she get cold. 

Michelle appeared in good spirits as she left her venue, while her partner Mark was also celebrating the relaxed rules as he took to Instagram to celebrate his first pint of the weekend along with a sweet post with Michelle’s cousin’s son Brody.

Out and about: Meanwhile, her husband Mark Wright was himself enjoying some much-needed downtime as he too headed out for a beer with his pals at the weekend

Out and about: Meanwhile, her husband Mark Wright was himself enjoying some much-needed downtime as he too headed out for a beer with his pals at the weekend

Fashionista: The former Coronation Street actress, 33, opted for a chic but casual look for her outing, teaming her green top with a pair of denim flared jeans

Fashionista: The former Coronation Street actress, 33, opted for a chic but casual look for her outing, teaming her green top with a pair of denim flared jeans

Mark was clearly enjoying the spring sunshine as he opted for a navy blue t-shirt and skinny black jeans as he chatted to one of his friends on the phone.

The presenter, who just hours earlier revealed he’d completely a 32-mile bike ride, had certainly earned his weekend pint as he met up for a drink with one of his friends.

Mark shared a glimpse of his first pint on Instagram, writing: ‘Earned it!! Enjoy your weekend!!’

There she goes: Michelle left her brunette locks loose for the occasion, while she concealed most of her face with a leopard print face mask

There she goes: Michelle left her brunette locks loose for the occasion, while she concealed most of her face with a leopard print face mask

Casual: Mark was clearly enjoying the spring sunshine as he opted for a navy blue t-shirt and skinny black jeans as he chatted to one of his friends on the phone

Casual: Mark was clearly enjoying the spring sunshine as he opted for a navy blue t-shirt and skinny black jeans as he chatted to one of his friends on the phone

Cheers! Mark shared a glimpse of his first pint on Instagram as he joined much of the nation enjoying the easing of lockdown restrictions

Cheers! Mark shared a glimpse of his first pint on Instagram as he joined much of the nation enjoying the easing of lockdown restrictions

After tucking into a lunch of salad and chicken, Mark shared an adorable glimpse of Michelle’s cousin’s son Brody, with the star clearly doting on the tot. 

It comes after Mark candidly spoke about the difficult year he has had on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday. 

Mark said his family are suffering but are doing their best to move on after laying Eddie to rest last Thursday.

Down in one! After a gruelling workout the star was clearly thrilled to be enjoying a little indulgence

Down in one! After a gruelling workout the star was clearly thrilled to be enjoying a little indulgence

Delicious! On Instagram Mark also revealed he'd tucked into a delicious lunch of salad

Yummy: He also enjoyed an ice cold cocktail during the sunny outing

Delicious! On Instagram Mark also revealed he’d tucked into a delicious lunch of salad, chicken and fish, along with ice cold cocktails

Eddie, whose son is Mark’s cousin Elliott Wright, tragically passed away aged 66 at the beginning of March following an eight-week battle with Covid.  

Speaking from his home in Essex, Mark said: ‘It’s been extremely hard. It’s been a year I will never, but I would like to, forget, because it’s hit my family pretty hard. 

‘But we live and we move on and we had an amazing send off for my uncle last week.  

‘Look for now, I just want to look forward and remember how special he was in my life and keep doing the things I do to make him proud, because he was so proud of everything I do. 

Adorable: During the outing Mark shared a sweet snap of him cuddling his wife Michelle Keegan's cousin's son Brody

Adorable: During the outing Mark shared a sweet snap of him cuddling his wife Michelle Keegan’s cousin’s son Brody

‘Out of everyone in my family, he was one of those people, he knew every time – I said this actually in an interview the other week – he knew every time I was on GMB.’    

In a previous interview, Mark emotionally detailed how Covid ‘tore apart his family’ after six relatives all battled the deadly virus within days of each other.

Speaking in a candid interview and video earlier this month, the former TOWIE star said that his family will ‘never be the same again’ after losing his uncle Edward.

Speaking to The Sun, Mark wiped away tears as he said: ‘I am sat here one uncle less. He’s the heart of our family. We’re all heartbroken beyond belief. I’m trying to be there for many, many family members who are devastated.’ 

Emotional: It comes after Mark candidly spoke about the difficult year he has had on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday

Emotional: It comes after Mark candidly spoke about the difficult year he has had on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday

The radio presenter admitted that he was left ‘struggling to cope’ over the festive period after six family members battled coronavirus within days of each other.

Mark revealed that as well as his uncle, both his parents – Mark. Snr, 64, and Carol, 60, another uncle Georgie, 62, his grandmother Irene, 85, and his grandfather all tested positive within days of each other despite ‘not mixing’ together.   

Reflecting on the difficult period, the TV star admitted that his ‘worry level was one million’, he emotionally added: ‘I could have lost them all.’   

Mark added that he has never been ‘that religious’ but prayed every day and night for his father who was admitted to hospital. His mother Carol and uncle Georgie were able to recover at home.    

Tragic: The television personality confirmed his family are suffering but are doing their best to move on after laying Edward 'Eddie' (pictured centre) to rest

Tragic: The television personality confirmed his family are suffering but are doing their best to move on after laying Edward ‘Eddie’ (pictured centre) to rest 



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