Mark Wright fans thrilled as he shares giggly Facetime chat with Michelle

His wife is currently on the other side of the world

Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan have been separated again, while the actress gets busy in South Africa filming the new series of Our Girl.

And, despite plenty of publications trying to suggest being apart for another long stretch of time, the beautiful pair are clearly not in the slightest bit concerned.

Mark has already said that he will visit his missus as often as their schedules allow.

Plus, it seems they are making the most of technology and social media to keep in touch.

Earlier today, Mark shared a screenshot of him catching up with his delicious wife of two years on Facetime.

Michelle looked radiant as she giggled – and Mark also had a grin from ear to ear.

Who knows what had amused them so much – perhaps the former TOWIE star was filling the ex-Corrie actress in on all the antics on hot TV show of the moment Love Island.

Absence is seemingly making their hearts grow even fonder.

Mark accompanied his snap with a caption that included: “Pining for this one today…” Awww!

He IS known for being pretty emotional, though, and lived up to that by sending a gushing message to wife Michelle Keegan on her birthday earlier this month.

Michelle was celebrating the big 3-0 and Mark couldn’t resist taking the opportunity to tell her just how much he loves her.

“Happy birthday to the best friend I ever had,” he wrote alongside the collage of four pictures of them.

“My rock, my love and the person who gives me more joy than anything in the world.

“THE 1… @michkeegan.”

How cute?

The message came shortly after the news former TOWIE star Mark could be jetting off to the States for 18 months after being offered a brand new presenting role.

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During an appearance on Sunday Brunch, Mark said: “I go back out to the US next week. I’ve also got another show I’m looking at. It’s a big commitment. It’s 18 months and if I decide to do it, it starts in two months.

“It would mean moving to America for 18 months. It’s a big commitment and I don’t know if I’m going to do it yet.”

Whatever he does decide, it’s pretty clear these two are as tight as ever – regardless of what the papers would have us all think!

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