Mark Wright was cooking up a storm on Saturday with a little help from Gino D'Acampo, and the former TOWIE star filmed himself getting all of his ingredients ready in the kitchen he shares with partner Michelle Keegan.
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Mark had everything he needed set up on his pristine white kitchen island, and at one point in the video, panned the camera slightly to the left – revealing the island has an incredible and very unexpected feature!
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Built into the centre of the island is a fancy pink velvet seating area, and we're not sure we've ever seen anything quite so luxurious in a kitchen before!
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There's a seat built into the kitchen island!
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"I'm ready to cook with Gino D'Acampo the legend himself. The question is, are you? I've got my pasta ready, my onion, my basil, my salt, my pancetta, my tinned tomatoes, my chili flakes, my olive oil, my chopping board. Get ready to go," the radio host could be heard telling his Instagram followers.
Michelle and Mark live at a £2million mansion in Chigwell, Essex, and since working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, the couple have unveiled several glimpses inside.
Michelle has also shared a peek into their bedroom
During an interview on This Morning, Michelle gave a first look at the master bedroom, revealing that there are also two floor-to-ceiling mirrors at either side of the bed, as well as two glass bedside tables where the couple have positioned vases of cream roses.
Despite how incredible their current property is, the couple are in the process of building their 'dream home' at a £1.3million farmhouse nearby, which they have been renovating since February 2020.
They have faced a few hurdles amid planning permission along the way, but they seem to be making steady progress now that the COVID-19 crisis is slowly beginning to ease.
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