Mark Wright and his wife Michelle Keegan moved into their house in Essex in 2013, two years before they tied the knot.
The couple have kept their Chigwell home as their base ever since, despite the fact former The Only Way Is Essex star Mark spending time in LA working as a TV presenter on Extra.
Michelle has previously spent months away from home at a time, due to her extensive work schedule for BBC drama Our Girl, which she has now left after the fifth series.
The pair have been spending more time together now they're back in the UK.
She spoke with This Morning live from her home during the coronavirus crisis revealing her master bedroom which features a padded bedhead that reaches the ceiling, built-in mirrored wardrobes perfect for Michelle's outfit selfies.
Here we take a closer look inside their plush mansion, which reportedly has six bedrooms and a 40ft garden.
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Mark and Michelle’s home is roomy enough for the couple to start a family, boasting six bedrooms, three bathrooms and a 40-foot garden.
Michelle previously said the house was decorated exactly as they wanted when they moved in, saying in 2013: "The house we’ve seen has already got [everything] done, thank God. It’s already decorated how we like, all we need is furniture."
Their house, like most celebrity couples’ homes, has a neutral theme with cream carpets and pale tiled flooring throughout.
And the theme continues into their bathroom – Michelle often shares selfies from their bathroom mirror, which shows their silver chrome radiator, taps and shower, with their walls adorned with shiny white tiles.
Mark and Michelle’s bedroom has a plasma screen TV on the wall in front of their Queen-sized bed, and the pair have two large windows looking out onto Chigwell High Street.
At the back of their home in the kitchen, the couple have large double doors outlooking onto their massive garden.
The TV couple have gorgeous ivory coloured curtains on each of the windows in their master bedroom, while their flooring is fluffy cream carpet to match their lavish bedding.
The large entrance hall to their home shows off a large white staircase and light brown doors on either side of the hallway, leading to their huge living room and kitchen.
Adding a spark of colour to their mainly white colour scheme, Mark and Michelle have purple coloured lights to add a vibrancy when they have parties.
Michelle gave a glimpse into their kitchen when Mark shared a video of her singing karaoke with sister-in-law Jess Wright.
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