Mark Wright has taken fans inside the £1.3million mansion he's building with wife Michelle Keegan.
The Only Way Is Essex alum, 34, and his actress wife, 33, purchased a farmhouse in Mark's native Essex back in 2019 and have knocked it down to construct a new house from scratch.
Now Mark has offered his followers on social media another update on how the construction is going.
Taking to his Instagram Stories on Thursday, Mark could be seen ascending the staircase of the constructed house.
Mark revealed as he entered the upper floor: "So the roof rooms are now being shaped and laid out.
"This is the hallway when you get up to the roof. One bedroom over here and one over here, you walk into this bedroom as so..."
He added: "At this stage we're working out where the beds are gonna go, 'cause you want to put in the electricity for the TV and stuff."
Mark then proceeds to show off the spaces and details the bedrooms will have their own en-suite bathrooms and views from across the land they own.
It is clear the showbiz couple will have a lot of space to work with in their dream home.
The couple shared on their @wrightyhome Instagram page, which is devoted to following the construction of their dream home, Mark and Michelle shared some news on their journey.
They shared on Tuesday a clip of snowfall on the building site: "Back in January when we had weeks of bad weather, the site empty and not being worked on is the most frustrating time.
"We have a roof keeping us in the dry now though.... so no more off days".
It comes amid reports of good times for the couple who are now feeling "so happy".
"Things are going really well for Mark and Michelle," a source told OK! magazine last month, "Mark is feeling more settled now that he's not in LA.
"Michelle also worked away often and they spent a lot of time apart."
They added: "When you're not together, it’s hard to sustain a relationship, but they managed to do it and they're closer than ever now.
"It has been a stressful time– especially for Mark recently – but they're so happy."
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