Mark Wright takes his wife Michelle Keegan to work at Heart Radio as she sits on the studio floor with their pet dogs
Mark Wright made work a family affair on Sunday as he brought his wife Michelle Keegan and their two pet pooches with him.
The presenter, 33, took to Instagram Stories and shared snaps of himself and Michelle as she sat on the floor of Global Studios while he presented his show.
The actress, also 33, looked stylish in the snap in a gold coat and skintight black leather trousers and a beanie hat.
Family: Mark Wright made work a family affair on Sunday as he brought his wife Michelle Keegan and their two pet pooches with him
Alongside the photo of his other half, former Strictly Come Dancing star Mark wrote: ‘Bring the gang to work day’, as she cradled their dachshund Phoebe.
Mark held their chihuahua Pip in his lap as he presented his weekly radio show, captioning his snap: ‘She wanted to come to work with me! How could I say no?’
Mark recently took to a trip to Manchester on Friday to play with Crawley Town against Bradford.
The former TOWIE star previously played for the club during the 2006-07 season and rejoined on a non-contract basis back in December.
Stylish: The presenter, 33, took to Instagram Stories and shared snaps of himself and Michelle as she sat on the floor of Global Studios while he presented his show
In Manchester, Mark cut a casual figure as he was seen grabbing two cups of coffee in a local Starbucks.
The presenter sported a black jacket along with a matching pair of tracksuit bottoms and white trainers.
Putting safety first with a face mask, Mark completed his look for the outing with a black cap.
It comes after Mark urged the public to follow COVID-19 rules so that life can return to normal sooner rather than later.
Outing: It comes after Mark took to a trip to Manchester on Friday to play with Crawley Town against Bradford
The reality star reflected that he misses taking Michelle on romantic trips and is keen to enjoy ‘parties and pub visits’ again, and want to adhere to the government’s tough restrictions so it will be possible to do so again.
Writing a column for The Sun on Tuesday, he claimed: ‘Like everyone else, I long to go back to parties and pub visits.
‘I have had the same group of 15 friends since childhood and we usually go to the pub every week. I miss them all dearly and I miss being able to whisk my wife Michelle away for the weekend and going on holiday, but I can’t.’
While he claimed he wasn’t ‘moaning’ about the fact he couldn’t take Michelle on holiday or see his friends, he added: ‘I still want to return to our old life, and we will be living that sooner rather than later if people follow the rules.’
Out and about: In Manchester, Mark cut a casual figure as he was seen grabbing two cups of coffee in a local Starbucks
Mark’s parents Mark. Snr, 64, and Carol, 60, announced on New Year’s Eve they had been struck down by Covid-19, Mark. Snr has since returned home.
Mark said that his father is still ‘not completely better’ and that his family ‘worried for his life’ while he was in hospital battling coronavirus.
The TV star also revealed that two of his uncles are currently in hospital due to the virus with his uncle Eddie, 65, the father of his reality star cousin Elliott, in a coma and intensive care unit (ICU).
Hopes: Mark recently said he ‘missed’ whisking Michelle on holiday and going to the pub as he urged the public to follow COVID-19 rules so life can go back to normal
Speaking on his Heart Evening Show, the presenter made an impassioned plea for people to observe government guidelines to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Mark also revealed that he had tested positive for Covid-19 last year but it didn’t affect him like it has his family.
The emotional reality star said: ‘I want my life back. I want my family to be well again. I don’t want my family to have to worry anymore.
‘I don’t want you to worry anymore. If you want to get your life back, the only way this will happen is if we obey by the government rules.’
Upsetting: On Monday, Mark said that his father is still ‘not completely better’ and that his family ‘worried for his life’ while he was in hospital battling coronavirus
Mark noted that people obeyed the government guidelines and rules ‘so much better’ during the first lockdown compared to the third lockdown.
He said: ‘Now last time when this happened, last year’s lockdown, I saw such a difference. Everybody was sticking to the rules so much better than it feels this time and it’s coming back to bite us, harder, faster and tougher.
‘Do you want to see your family members go through what I’m seeing right now? I understand if it hasn’t affected your family like it has affected mine, bloodlines are different, I don’t know the science of it.
He said: ‘What I do know is that my father, my dad was suffering in hospital and we worried for his life for two weeks, he’s now home, he’s not completely better, he knows that and we know it.
‘My other uncle, his brother, is in hospital right now, receiving oxygen, and their other brother, my uncle Eddie who I love dearly is currently in a coma in the ICU.’
Mark admitted that he wasn’t trying to get ‘too dark’ but by sharing personal information about how it has impacted his family, it will highlight how important the guidelines are.
He continued: ‘Now I’m trying not to be too dark but I’m trying to give you a personal from me, because I am seeing first hand, and I know if you haven’t seen it and you haven’t felt it the way I have, I understand it’s hard to believe it.
‘It’s easy to sit and think, “You know what, it’s just for people that have got real underlying health issues, they were going to die of something anyway.” That’s not the case.
‘A) that shouldn’t be a good excuse anyway because they don’t deserve to take this badly just because they’ve got an underlying health condition. And b) it’s not just that. My dad is a healthy man, so are my uncles.’
He added: ‘So look, I want to move on from this subject, but I just wanted to clear it up because it’s made a bit of the headlines from what I said on Good Morning Britain.
‘My dad is doing okay, and I want him to know I love him very much. But look, please going forward, we stick together, we do this together and we do what we can to get us back to normal.
‘Get us back to holidays, get us back to seeing our friends and dancing on the dance floor.’
Mark also admitted that he understands it’s a ‘tough situation’ and that he is aware that the virus affects everyone differently.
Heartbreaking: Mark also revealed that two of his uncles are currently in hospital due to the virus with his uncle Eddie, 65, the father of his reality star cousin Elliott, in a coma and intensive care unit (ICU) (Elliott and Eddie pictured in February 2020)
He continued: ‘It is a tough situation, I understand, because there’s so many conspiracy theories that you hear from people.
‘Many people that don’t believe how real what is going on actually is, and I hear it first hand from friends of mine, very close friends of mine.
‘”Oh it’s just like a cold, it’s just like a flu,” “I know someone who had it,” “I had it, I was just tired, it didn’t hurt, it was fine” and I know that. We know that. It doesn’t affect everybody to the point of the way it affects some.
‘It didn’t affect me when I had it back last year, the way it affected my family members, the way it is affecting my family members.
‘I’ve always done my best to stand by what the government say, and the reason I do that is because I know the experts working with the government, are the best experts we have and that’s why they’re working for the government.’
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