She has been busy filming series four of Brassic.
But Michelle Keegan enjoyed a night off work as she headed to Peter Street Kitchen Restaurant in Manchester on Friday.
The actress, 34, looked stylish as ever as she stepped out in a black blazer and trouser suit which she accessorised with a Fendi handbag.
On the town: Michelle Keegan enjoyed a night off work as she headed to Peter Street Kitchen Restaurant in Manchester on Friday
The blazer and slightly flared trousers sheathed over Michelle’s slender frame.
The actress wore her brunette locks in a high ponytail and looked effortlessly polished with a radiant make-up look.
Michelle accessorised her all-black outfit with hoop earrings and gold necklaces.
Fashion maven: The actress, 34, looked stylish as ever as she stepped out in a black blazer and trouser suit which she accessorised with a Fendi handbag
It comes after it was revealed this week Michelle and husband Mark’s dream ‘£3.5million’ family home in Essex is still far from completion despite work starting on it over a year ago.
Due to various lockdowns and Covid restrictions, construction has been stop, start after they demolished a farmhouse and began building a five-bedroom mansion complete with bar, gym, granny annexe and outdoor swimming pool.
The former TOWIE star and Our Girl actress won planning approval for the colossal building project back in January 2020 – and it looks like it’ll be over two years after that date until they can move in.
Wow! It comes after it was revealed her dream ‘£3.5million’ family home in Essex is still far from completion despite work starting on it over a year ago (before, top, and the CGI plans)
They purchased the original property for £1.3million in October 2019 and in January 2020 it was revealed that they were demolishing the farmhouse. Construction experts have estimated the demolition and rebuild of the home will cost around £3.5million.
The pair even set up an Instagram account for the work, @wrightyhome, but that hasn’t been updated with photos of construction work since April.
Now contractors have moved onto ripping out the old driveway, in preparation of building a one-bedroom ‘granny flat’, although the pool is still yet to be built and the sides of the home are not currently in place.
The 56-square metre trendy annexe – which is bigger than the average London flat – will have an ensuite bedroom with a cloakroom, kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
It has been estimated that the granny annexe alone will need four months from now to complete as the foundations have not yet been laid.
Getting involved: The couple have been sharing the process of building their dream home from scratch on social media