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Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan reveal plans for huge glass-walled SAUNA in their £1.3m Essex dream home

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MARK Wright and Michelle Keegan have revealed plans for a glass-walled sauna in their luxury £1.3million dream home. The pair asked their followers for advice on which type of glass to use, giving them a choice of smoked, bronze or clear.

Accompanying the question were a range of stunning bathroom snaps that the couple are presumably using as inspiration. Writing on their house development Instagram page, they asked: "Looking for bespoke glass for our sauna and steam and master shower….

Do you think smoked glass? Bronze? Or just clear? "Any glass company’s (sic) that can do bespoke like this please let us know.

Inbox us. Thanks." The most popular reply by far was for smoked, with fans believing it will be more relaxing. We recently revealed the couple are turning their lavish new mansion into a fortress.

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