She has been busy filming her new UKTN drama in Australia.
And Michelle Keegan took some time off on Wednesday to visit Home And Away’s Palm Beach and enjoy oysters with her husband Mark Wright in Sydney.
The actress, 35, and the Towie star, also 35, recently reunited after being apart for eight weeks while Michelle worked on the six-part period drama Ten Pound Poms.
Relaxed: Michelle Keegan, 35, visited Home And Away beach and enjoyed oysters with Mark Wright as he joined her in Australia on Wednesday
Michelle posed for a mirror photo on her Instagram story, looking as stylish as ever in a striped shirt and white camisole.
She pulled her brunette locks into a neat bun and shielded her eyes with some round Ray Bans.
The former soap star shared snaps of infamous Palm Beach and was later seen enjoying oysters at a local restaurant.
Day trip: the former soap star shared snaps of infamous Palm Beach
It comes as Michelle and Mark reunite for a romantic date day after flying to Australia earlier this week.
The former soap star and TV presenter enjoyed a romantic Sydney harbor cruise on Sunday, days after Mark shed rare light on the couple’s marriage by sharing the secret to making their long-distance relationship work.
Michelle and Mark drove past the iconic Opera House and Harbor Bridge to Manly, a coastal suburb of Sydney, where they stopped for a drink and a snack.
yum! Michelle was later seen enjoying some oysters at a local restaurant
Down under: The actress and the Towie star recently reunited after being apart for eight weeks while Michelle works on the six-part period drama Ten Pound Poms
The couple, who have been married since 2015 and together since 2012, then got dressed and headed out for a slap-up dinner at Cantonese restaurant, Mr. wong.
Michelle has been hard at work in Australia for the past eight weeks filming her latest project, the new UKTN drama Ten Pound Poms, set in the 1950s.
The actress will star as a young nurse named Kate in the six-part historical drama, who arrives in Australia without her fiancé and will do whatever it takes to rewrite her devastating past.
Ten Pound Poms tells the story of a group of Britons who leave gloomy post-war Britain in 1956 to embark on a life-changing adventure on the other side of the world.
Reunited: A few days ago, Michelle and Mark drove past the iconic Opera House and Harbor Bridge to Sydney’s coastal suburb of Manly
For just £10 they are promised a better home, better job prospects and a better quality of life by the sea in sun-drenched Australia.
But life below is not the idyllic dream promised to the newcomers. Struggling with their new identities as immigrants, the drama follows their triumphs and pitfalls as they adjust to a new life in a new country.
Last week, Michelle’s husband Mark shed rare light on the couple’s long-distance marriage since he admitted being in the same industry has made their relationship easier.
Try that! The couple, who have been married since 2015, then got dressed and headed for a slap-up dinner at the Cantonese restaurant, Mr. wong.
Speaking to UKTN, Mark said he and Michelle are “supporting each other” to achieve all of their “goals and dreams.”
About their relationship, he said, “I think it helps to both work in the same industry. Because we get each other’s careers, and we totally understand.
“Essentially we both just want each other to achieve all our goals and all our dreams and we just support each other every step of the way, you know.”
Mark recently said, “If you’re in love and in a happy relationship, you’ll love each other.
“You have to learn that you’ve been together for a long time and haven’t seen each other in three weeks, so it’s exciting at first, but then it becomes a 10-year relationship again.”
Couples Goals: Mark told UKTN that he and Michelle ‘support each other’ to achieve all their ‘goals and dreams’