Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright reunite after spending time apart: see picture

The former TOWIE star took to Instagram to share a lovely picture of his wife

With their two-year wedding anniversary just around the corner, Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright appear more loved-up than ever. The former TOWIE star, 30, has flown over to South Africa to spend some time with his wife as she continues filming the new series of Our Girl. Taking to his Instagram page on Monday to share a sweet picture of the couple together, Mark gushed: "Perfect setting with the perfect person @michkeegan. Can't beat a SA sunset!!"


Perfect setting with the perfect person @michkeegan Can't beat a SA sunset !!

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The couple are no doubt relishing some quality time together; Michelle has spent the past few weeks filming in Nepal, while the Heart FM radio DJ has been busy working in Los Angeles. They will be celebrating their second wedding anniversary next week, and in a recent interview with HELLO! Online, Mark revealed how he keeps the romance alive with Michelle. "When I work away, she comes to see me," he explained. "If you're in a relationship you make the time and you make it work. We always make it work."

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Michelle, 29, recently discussed her hectic schedule in her HELLO! blog, confessing she will be away from home for months due to filming. She shared: "I can't believe I will be away for a whole 3 months. Fortunately I will be back for a bit to attend a couple of very important 'dos' in the summer but then I will be off again for more filming with the series."

Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright will celebrate their two-year wedding anniversary next week

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Meanwhile, the first photo of Michelle as Corporal Georgie Lane in BBC One drama was released on Monday. In the third series, fans will see her character travel to Nepal for a relief mission, after a devastating earthquake hits the region. The mission has "hazardous and unpredictable consequences" for army girl Georgie, who was kidnapped by a terrorist group in Kenya in series two.