Michelle Keegan hits the supermarket in protective rubber gloves – and still looks incredibly glam – The Sun

Michelle Keegan hits the supermarket in protective rubber gloves – and still looks incredibly glam – The Sun

MICHELLE Keegan brought some serious glamour to her supermarket shop on Friday.

The Our Girl actress, 32, warded off coronavirus by wearing protective rubber gloves – but still looked incredible thanks to her skintight leggings and leather jacket.

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The former Coronation Street star certainly stood out in monochrome outfit as she left lockdown to pick up some essentials from Marks & Spencer.

She layered a zip-up hoodie underneath her jacket and finished the look with black slides.

Wearing her glossy hair in a half-up 'do, Michelle went incognito with some gold round-eye sunglasses.

She was joined by husband Mark Wright as they loaded up their car with plenty of shopping bags.

The couple – who tied the knot in 2015 – have been self-isolating in their £2million six-bedroom Essex home.

The pair endured years of living on different continents, with Michelle filming Our Girl in South Africa and Mark fulfilling his presenting duties in LA.

However, Mark revealed to The Sun via video chat that they've grown closer while in quarantine and called Michelle his "dream girl".

The former Towie star said: “After years of having a long-distance relationship, I’m now locked up with the girl of my dreams."


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He went on:“We used to spend all our time on FaceTime calls and talking for hours on the phone in different time zones, but now we are together every minute of the day.

“It’s nice to just sit together in the evening in front of the TV without having to worry about rushing off.

“That time is important as a couple — just being together. We’ve been cooking together a lot and Michelle is a cracking chef."

He added: “She has made a lot of delicious banana bread and lets me be her sous chef, so I help out.

“I really think this period is going to make everyone more grateful for the amazing friends and family they have.”

The reality star has been thinking about family during lockdown, admitting: "I would love to be a dad one day.

“I am a family man for sure — they are the centre of my world.”


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