Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright will be separated AGAIN as she films new Brassic after Australia trip | The Sun

MICHELLE Keegan and Mark Wright are set to be separated once again as she heads back up North as soon as she returns from Australia.

The actress, 35, has signed up to film the new series of Brassic in Manchester, which kicks off in the next few months.


Her husband Mark is likely to remain in Essex as work finally finishes completion on their dream mansion.

A TV insider said: “Michelle is going pretty much straight into filming a new Brassic when she gets back.

“She is a hugely in demand actress, so she’s ended up having to work on two massive shows back to back.

“She can’t wait to be in the UK and close to all her loved ones again but settling into the new home will have to wait as work comes first.

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“Mark and Michelle have made it work so many times before, so this is no different and she’ll be back on all her days off.”

The couple are currently juggling a long distance relationship as Michelle films  BBC drama Ten Pound Poms Down Under.

After almost two months apart, Mark flew out to join Michelle after he wrapped filming A Wright Old Adventure alongside his dad Mark Senior and his brother Josh.

Michelle previously spent months filming abroad for Our Girl, while Mark relocated to LA for a job on Extra.

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But earlier this year, Mark revealed that he had turned down a job presenting a huge American dating show because he wanted to be at home with Michelle.

He said: “I would never be able to live away again. I would certainly go back there for a period of time to do a job, but not full time. I don’t like missing my friends and family.”

Opening up about how they make it work, the 35-year-old said:  “I think both being in the same industry really helps. Because we get each other's careers, and we totally understand it.

“Essentially, we both just want each other to achieve all of our goals and all of our dreams and we just support each other every step of the way for that, you know.”

The Sun has contacted Sky for comment.


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