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Michelle revisits proposal spot

Published 05/05/2015

Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright
Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright

Former Coronation Street star and Mrs Wright-to-be, Michelle Keegan, has revisited the spot where Mark Wright proposed to her in Dubai.

She also decided to wear the same, full-length dress for some of her pre-wedding celebrations that she wore on the night Wright popped the question.

In an exclusive photo shoot for Hello! in Dubai, she said: "I knew I wanted to wear the dress again when we headed out to the desert as it has special memories for me.

"I did go back to the exact same spot on the beach with some of the girls. I did a re-run of what happened and I showed them where Mark was when he proposed to me. It was nice for them to see it."

Wright proposed in Dubai in September 2013. He and Keegan are set to tie the knot in a few weeks.

But Keegan isn't feeling nervous about her forthcoming nuptials just yet.

She said: "I feel quite calm about it all. I think because it's coming round so quickly now, there's no time to panic."

Keegan was celebrating her hen party in Dubai, where she was joined by her mum Jackie Thornton, former Coronation Street co-star Brooke Vincent and Mark's sister Jessica and his mum Carol.

The 29-strong party stayed at the elegant Grosvenor House Dubai resort, and Keegan reckons Wright's stag do will be more elaborate.

She said: "I think he's taking out even more friends and family than me."

:: Read the full interview in Hello! magazine, out now.

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