Michelle Keegan has previously revealed to HELLO! Online that she tries to go to the gym three or four times a week, while her fiancé Mark Wright is nothing short of muscleman. But it sounds like the couple's pre-wedding fitness regime is also being extended to the rest of their family and friends.
As the lovebirds, who got engaged in 2013, prepare to marry later this year, Mark and Michelle have stepped up their exercise schedule and are frequently seen at the gym together.
The former TOWIE star has even got his dad jumping on the healthy bandwagon.
Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan are on a lean meat and protein diet
"Fitness is such a big part of Mark's life that he wants everyone to be in the best shape they can be and has told them all it's time to get working on it," a source told Now.
"Mark's paid for his dad to have a personal trainer to shift some weight. Mark's suggested to a few other family members they get fit too."
The insider added that gym bunnies Mark, 28, and Michelle, 27, are also being careful about what they eat. "He and Michelle are getting their meals delivered from a lean meat and protein health food company and he's recommending it to others. He thinks it's great," the source said.
Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan are set to marry this year
Mark lost 1st 5lb while competing on Strictly Come Dancing last year, so it's no surprise that the TV presenter is keen to keep the weight off.
His fiancée Michelle, likewise, has also been working hard to stay in shape. "I work out to de-stress," she has previously told HELLO! Online. "I feel amazing when I come out of the gym. If I've got a busy week, I'll go to the gym maybe once or twice maximum. If I have a free week, maybe three to four times.
"But I can't do cardio, I hate it. It's the worst thing. It puts me in a bad mood. I do a lot of weight resistance training instead, I find that's more effective than cardio."
Michelle Keegan admitted that doing cardio puts her in a bad mood
The former Coronation Street star also said that the pressure to constantly look good doesn't faze her anymore.
"I used to feel the pressure to stay in shape," said Michelle. "But as I'm getting older, it doesn't affect me as much as it did when I was younger. I realise now that you're never going to please everyone. Either you go to the gym, and look too thin, or you don't and you get the 'Has she put on weight?' speculation. It doesn't bother me anymore."