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Wright and Keegan set to tie knot

Published 23/05/2015

Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright are expected to get married
Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright are expected to get married

Wedding bells are about to start ringing for Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright, who are preparing to tie the knot this weekend.

The former Coronation Street actress and The Only Way Is Essex star will become husband and wife over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Although not confirmed, reports suggest they will be saying their 'I dos' in Suffolk.

Groom-to-be Wright hinted that he had not managed to get in an early night ahead of the big day when he tweeted about his plans to watch a boxing match.

On Friday he tweeted: "Up late the night before a v big day for me. It's going to be worth it though. This Saturday @SkySportsBoxing come on the boy !! #champ."

With bridesmaids including Wright's sisters Jessica and Natalya, Keegan's stepsister Nichola, her cousins Gemma, Katy and Lauren, and her best friend Becky Hatch, plus James "Arg" Argent, Lydia Bright and Brooke Vincent expected as guests, it looks sent to be a star-studded affair.

Keegan was spotted making last-minute preparations in Manchester, where she showed off what looked like a fresh tan while shopping, and later joined Wright and her father for lunch.

The couple have been celebrating their upcoming nuptials in recent weeks with a string of hen and stag dos, which saw Keegan, 27, take a group of friends away to Dubai where her fiance proposed to her, while Wright, 28, and his pals hit Las Vegas for their party.

Keegan and Wright announced their engagement in September 2013, nine months after they started dating.

Keegan had previously been engaged to The Wanted singer Max George, while Wright had planned to marry his former Towie co-star Lauren Goodger.

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