Inside Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright's incredible Essex mansion
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Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright have given fans a chance to see the inside of their huge Essex mansion.
Since purchasing the massive property back in 2019, the stars have made it their mission to turn the place into their dream home.
Complete with chandeliers, marble countertops and an outside pool - it's no wonder that the pair forked out several millions to renovate the pad. Check it out:
Keegan, 35, and Wright, 36, first tied the knot in May 2015 and the couple have since embarked on a huge home project together after purchasing a £1.3 million Essex property back in October of 2019.
Construction experts have also estimated that the entire demolition process as well as the rebuild of the home will set the stars back a staggering £3.5 million, the Daily Mail reports.
The five-bedroom mansion is set to be complete with an at-home gym, bar, annexe and an outdoor swimming pool.
Created in March 2021, the pair have also been documenting the construction of their dream home via a shared Instagram account.
The page, named wrightyhome, has attracted more than 547k followers eager to see the latest in the couples' home renovations.
For weeks, the celebrity duo were sharing mostly external snaps of the property including inspiration mood boards, construction shots and landscaping mock-ups.
However, fans couldn't contain themselves when the pair finally uploaded a series of posts showing the interior of the mega-house.
One of which was a before and after reel which the couple captioned: "Dining room finished, besides a few final touches."
They also revealed that they have 'never had' a dining room before so finally getting one the exact way they like it was a 'very special feeling'.
"We feel very grateful," they finished, before thanking the retailers that provided them with the interior decoration.
The clip started off showing a totally bare room, gutted from any furniture, decoration or much else apart from a bunch of loose cables and some plastic covers.
Then, with a click of Wright's fingers, the dilapidated room was totally transformed and looked completely unrecognisable.
Gone were the bare walls to be replaced with abstract modern artwork instead alongside a parquet-panelled floor, hanging bubble lights and dark wooden dining table.
Eight matching chairs surrounded the table perched on top of a beige rug - the colour palette seemingly of choice for this particular room.
With not a wire or plastic covering in sight - it's clear that the couple were definitely chuffed about the renovation.
And it wasn't just the dynamic duo that were pleased with the progress as over 23k Instagram users hit the like button on the before and after video.
Eager to share their opinions on the couples' taste, one Instagram user posted: "What a beautiful dining room," followed by three heart eyes emojis.
Some were desperate to get their hands on the paint and flooring with another asking: "Love it! So gorgeous! What is the make and colour of the flooring?"
A third called the reveal 'house goals' while another wrote: "Stunning home. Wishing you both many years of enjoyment. Good job."
Others, however, were clearly underwhelmed by the long-anticipated reveal.
"It’s nice, but it’s only nice, boring, dated style with no wow factor," someone wrote.
Another likened it to a 'business meeting room' with many others calling for 'personal touches' to amp up the cosiness.
"Good luck keeping that mat clean," commented a final Instagram user, clearly more concerned about the upkeep than anything else.