Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan's million-pound mega-mansion revealed for the first time

MARK Wright and Michelle Keegan have revealed more of their mega-mansion as it gets closer to completion.

TV star Mark has been busy this year building a dream home in the Essex countryside for him and Michelle, both 34.

And the mega-money mansion is finally taking shape, after the couple decided to tear down the Victorian property originally standing on the plot of land.

Mark toured fans through the building site on the couple's Instagram dedicated to their home build.

He walked from the outside of the construction, telling their followers it was "a really busy day on site today."

The perimeter fencing was going up while the scaffolding on the outside of the house was coming down, which Mark described as "exciting."

As he walked past the temporary fencing, Mark showed multiple tradespeople busy at work and greeted them as walked past.

He scanned around the front of the property, revealing another house to one side from the original property they bought before developing.

"They're all clearing out a lot of the driveway so we can start flattening out and crushing it," he explained in the video.

Mark then took fans through the temporary plywood front doors, into the foyer.

"We're still plastering," he explained as the camera scanned to show the wooden frame of the home's stairs.

A tradie was plastering the ceiling as Mark zoomed up to show "them speakers" again in the ceiling.

He then moved into the back of the ground floor which showed impressive floor to window ceilings overlooking the couple's expansive garden.

"Now we're choosing paint colours," the radio presenter explained as he showed multiple paint swatches on the wall.

The couple were choosing between varied shades colours of white, grey and cream.

"Where do we start," an overwhelmed Mark said.

Mark and actress Michelle had already share their architect's lavish design for the house on Instagram.

They revealed it will be a palatial house complete with an outdoor pool, large sun terrace and sprawling garden.

Looking similar to the Beverley Hills mansion in The Bodyguard, the dream home, which is built from white stone, is clad with grey roof tiles.

Meanwhile, landscaping has also begun behind the home – which is due to have a large swimming pool surrounded by Marbella-style cabanas.

Their five-bed mansion is looking like it will soon be completed, as the couple have sold and moved out of their old home.

Construction has taken over a YEAR due to Covid restrictions halting the building process on more than one occasion.





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