Mark Wright revealed his long-distance relationship with his wife Michelle Keegan is “difficult” after leaving for Australia for a dream role.
He told ITV viewers that he had recently been given advice Pierce Morgan that he must see his partner every three weeks, regardless of distance.
Borby: Mark Wright reveals that his long-distance relationship with his wife Michelle Keegan is “difficult” after she left for Australia for a dream role
When Ruth asked what it’s like to see your partner after long periods of time, Mark replied, “If you’re in love and in a happy relationship, you’ll be happy to see each other.
“You have to learn that you’ve been together for a long time and haven’t seen each other in 3 weeks, so it’s exciting at first, but then you go back to a 10-year relationship.
“The longer you go, the more pressure there is, because the longer it’s been. But I was in LA having dinner with Pierce Morgan and I told him it was hard. He said, “I had this with my wife and we have a rule for 3 weeks, so don’t leave it after 3 weeks.”
When Frankie asked about their current situation, Mark said, “Although it’s hard with Australia, it’s a lot of flying.”
Difficult: He told ITV viewers that he had recently been advised by Pierce Morgan that he should see his partner every three weeks, regardless of distance
Speaking: The 35-year-old TV presenter appeared on Thursday in the Loose Woman section, where he joined Ruth Langsford, Frankie Bridge and Stephen Bartlett.
Michelle, who has been married to Mark since 2015, recently left for Australia on business, while Mark is currently on a European trip, visiting Croatia, Malta, Italy, Mallorca and Portugal.
The actress from our girl Michelle recently teased an exciting project, which has now been revealed as a new six-part series Ten Pound Poms.
The show will tell the story of a group of British migrants who replaced post-war Britain with Australia in the mid-1950s.
Opportunities: Michelle is set to spend more time away from her husband Mark as she gets her dream role in a new BBC drama
A friend of Michelle told The Sun’s Bizarre column: “Michelle has always had a big dream that appears in a historical drama, and Ten Pound Poms will allow her to dip her toe in those bygone times.”
The project will see Michelle once again collaborate with writer Danny Brocklehurst, who is working with the star of “Ordinary Lies” – her first TV drama since leaving Coronation Street in 2014 – and the comedy Sky Brassic, in which she plays Erin Croft.
New role: The 34-year-old actress recently left for Australia while teasing an exciting project that has now been unveiled as a new six-part series Ten Pound Poms
Michelle and Mark have previously spent eight months apart due to their busy schedules.
Mark also recently fulfilled his “dream” role, in which he has to play with his two best friends.
The former TOWIE star, 35, will host the new show A Wright Old Adventure with his father Mark Sr. and younger brother Josh.
The star is set to explore the sights of Britain and engage in fun activities in the family series, but there was no mention of Michelle’s participation.
Earlier it was reported that Mark left the upcoming show at ITV The Real Games at the last minute via text message to spend more time with Michelle.
A source told Closer magazine: “Working together is something Michelle and Mark have been talking about for a long time, and after agreeing to do The Real Games, Mark realized that this could be a big mistake, given that he will solidify his image as a “reality star” instead of breaking away from this world.
“This is something he wants to keep in the past so he can build a new career with Michelle as a strong couple.
“He and Michelle also spent long chunks of time apart during their marriage, so he also turned it down to spend as much time with her as possible.”
They added: “Mark made a sacrifice to spend more time with Michelle and work on their new career, but that decision turned out to be the other way around if ITV did blacklist him.”
Exciting: Meanwhile, Mark has also played the role of a “dream” in which he must participate with his two best friends – his father Mark Sr. and younger brother Josh.
Mark Wright reveals that his long-distance relationship with his wife Michelle Keegan is “difficult”
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