Michelle Keegan 's pre-Covid holiday throwback as she isolates with husband Mark
The 33-year-old former Coronation Street actress loves nothing more than a sun-filled break, and she couldn't be blamed for counting down the days until the restrictions are lifted.Michelle shared a beautiful snap from a year ago showing her wearing a bikini top and cover-up looking out over a lake.
With some incredible views and perfectly still water, it's safe to assume she will already been planning where she wants to visit later this year.She captioned the photo: "A year ago today".Her husband Mark Wright said what everyone was thinking, replying: "The difference a year can make."
Like millions of us, they will both be wondering when they will be able to jump on a plane.But they have more pressing concerns after they were both forced to self-isolate.Mark is chasing his football dream with Crawley Town – but an outbreak of positive tests within the camp mean everyone has been sent home. headtopics.com
Not long after he made his debut for the League Two side, the club has been plunged into crisis with 11 Covid-19 cases.The former TOWIE star is not one of the players who have returned positive results.But Mark and Michelle can't leave the house because he has been in close contact with someone who has the deadly bug.
The star has to postpone his daily BBC2 fitness show, which had been due to start in the coming days.But he continue to present his Heart Radio evening show from home.Mark's agent told the Mirror: "Some of Mark’s team mates at Crawley Town tested positive which meant their FA Cup tie against Bournemouth this coming weekend has been postponed. You may know Mark made his professional soccer debut in the FA Cup against Leeds United when Crawley beat them thrill nil.
"Mark is of course following all Covid guidelines as he self isolates at home. Read more: Mirror Celeb »
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