Michelle Keegan's dad said it 'sounds good' to call Mark Wright his son-in-law

Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan's nearest and dearest are still on cloud nine after the couple's glorious three-day nuptials at the weekend. The bride's father Mike Keegan tweeted his excitement about welcoming a new member into his family. He wrote: "My Son-in-Law!! @MarkWright_ Now that sounds good! #happy #soproud #FIL".

Just the beginning of the night !! A couple that raves together stays together !!

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His son-in-law replied: "I love it. Miss the weekend already. Looking forward to seeing you when back", he added the hashtag #FIL, presumably for father-in-law.

The reality TV star clearly hasn't come down to earth, posting a shot of his new wife from the honeymoon, telling followers: "One of the boys just asked me if I wanted to go golf. My answer… I'll stick with my view thanks… Ladies and gents I give you #mrswright."

He could be forgiven for showing off as the picture was of Michelle's toned, bikini-clad figure against a beach setting.

The Wrights' wedding took place in front of 200 guests at St Mary's Church in Suffolk on Sunday, followed by a lavish reception in Tudor mansion Hengrove Hall.

Mark, who met the actress on New Year's Eve, 2012 in Dubai, told HELLO! before trying the knot that it would be "a real wedding in a traditional church in the way our mums and dads got married". "We are both close to our families and friends and it was important they share the day with us."


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The ceremony, including all the details about Michelle's dress, will be featured in exclusively in HELLO! in next week's issue, on sale Sunday 31 May.

Readers can also learn the story behind the first dance, which they picked out as their song even before Mark proposed.

Pick up the next issue of HELLO! magazine out on Sunday 31 May for Mark and Michelle's exclusive wedding photos.

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