Michelle Keegan: My marriage isn't in trouble

Michelle Keegan has denied reports of marriage woes.

She and husband Mark Wright, 29 are said to have been going through a rocky patch despite only tying the knot in May last year.

But the Our Girl actress, also 29, told The Sun: “We don’t read what is written about us. Are the rumours rubbish? Yeah. We are all very good and everything is fine.

“I have been so busy and Mark has been so busy.

“But we have just had three days in Majorca which was lovely.”

The ex-Corrie actress spent eight weeks filming Our Girl in South Africa and has just returned home.

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Michelle, who was spotted minus her wedding ring, told the paper: “It was so nice to have each other’s undivided attention and not to have to plan anything. It wasn’t like, ‘I need to be up for filming’ or ‘I need to do the radio’. It was just downtime.”

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