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Michelle Keegan emotional as she's reunited with beloved dog Pip amid filming abroad
Michelle Keegan has had an emotional reunion with her beloved dogs after filming in Australia.Taking to Instagram she showed a virtual reunion with her furry friend Pip, saying it was emotional seeing her dog again.The actress has been in Australia filming for the BBC drama Ten Pound-Poms, which follows a group of Brits who embark on an adventure on the other side of the world in the 1950s.Michelle posted about her video call with her dog to her Instagram story where Pip the adorable chihuahua was seen gazing towards the camera.The actor teased that this made her emotional with a crying emoji over her part of the screen.She'd written "me" elsewhere on the screenshot with an arrow to the emoji.The trip was confirmed last month meaning that Michelle will have to spend a long period of time away from home in the UK.The actress, 34, uploaded a montage of snaps to Instagram at the end of May sharing an insight into her new life Down Under for upcoming drama Ten Pound Poms.Michelle included some behind-the-scenes pictures of filming, alongside snaps of her first week in Australia, including trips to the beach and flower market, and a fiery sunset.Her Brassic screenwriter Danny Brocklehurst is behind Ten Pound Poms, which follows a group of British people leaving Britain in 1956 to go on an adventure half-way across the world.Of the series, Danny said it is a 'big, bold character piece about what it means to start again.'"The assisted migration programme is a little-known part of British and Australian history but offers endless stories about the people who travelled to the other side of the world in search of a better life," a source told The Sun.The only downside is the distance between her and her husband Mark Wright.The
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Michelle Keegan looks as glamorous as ever after leaving Mark Wright for 'dream' job
Michelle Keegan has made a move to Australia without husband Mark Wright after being offered a 'dream role' in a new BBC TV series.The actress, 34, uploaded a montage of snaps to Instagram on Sunday (May 29) sharing an insight into her new life Down Under for upcoming drama Ten Pound Poms.Michelle included some behind-the-scenes pictures of filming, alongside snaps of her first week in Australia, including trips to the beach and flower market, and a fiery sunset.She also shared a glowing picture of herself smiling for the camera, sporting a tan and a bouncy blow-dry, captioning it: "My 1st week down unda" (sic).The Brassic actress wore minimal makeup and an oversized sweater.Her Brassic screenwriter Danny Brocklehurst is behind Ten Pound Poms, which follows a group of British people leaving Britain in 1956 to go on an adventure half-way across the world.Of the series, Danny said it is a 'big, bold character piece about what it means to start again.'"The assisted migration programme is a little-known part of British and Australian history but offers endless stories about the people who travelled to the other side of the world in search of a better life," a source told The Sun.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.One downside of moving to Australia for work is that Michelle may have to be apart from husband Mark Wright for a while.The pair recently celebrated their seven year wedding anniversary, with Michelle uploading a series of pictures of their big day to Instagram.She captioned the post: "(heart emoji) 24.5.2015 (heart emoji). Happy Anniversary to my husband, my best friend & biggest supporter.
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Michelle Keegan to spend months away from husband Mark Wright for 'dream' TV role
Michelle Keegan has been forced to spend months away from her husband Mark Wright as she films her "dream" role.The former Coronation Street star, 34, has landed a key part in forthcoming BBC drama Ten Pound Poms.Produced by the same team responsible for raunchy Netflix show Sex Education, the six-part series will follow a group of Brits as they emigrate to Australia and New Zealand after the Second World War.Set to air in the UK and Australia, the drama will film down under and earlier this month, Michelle jetted off to begin work on the project.She will spend months away from Mark, 35, during filming.Michelle's world-crossing adventure follows the couple recently celebrating their seven-year wedding anniversary.A source told The Sun: "Michelle has always had one big dream, which is appearing in a period drama and Ten Pound Poms will let her dip her toe in those past times."The series has been written by Brassic writer Danny Brocklehurst.Of the project, he said: "It is a big, bold character piece about what it means to start again, to be an outsider in a new land."It asks questions about success and failure, identity, parenthood and belonging."The assisted migration programme is a little-known part of British and Australian history but offers endless stories about the people who travelled to the other side of the world in search of a better life."Michelle's big news follows Mark recently landing his very own BBC project.The former TOWIE star will film a brand new travel show for the public service broadcaster..Called A Wright Old Adventure, the series was announced earlier this month and will see Mark team up with his father and brother Josh as they explore a host of British attractions.The trio will also take on a
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