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Michelle Keegan SLAMS husband Mark Wright

Looks like she hasn't always been a fan of her other half

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Actress Michelle Keegan blasted her husband, former TOWIE star Mark Wright, in her old magazine column fours years before they got married.

The former Corrie star definitely had some strong words to say about Mark and how he treated his then-girlfriend Lauren Goodger.

Michelle is completely loved up with hubby Mark now, but she didn’t hold back when talking about his past relationships.

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The Daily Mail have found her Love It column in which Michelle wrote: “I love TOWIE! It’s one of those shows you don’t watch, but just can’t help turning on.

“I don’t know how Lauren can take Mark back so easily, though – it’s so cringe!”

She added: ” I wouldn’t be able to get back with someone who’d slept with lots of girls I knew, but that’s just me.”

Mark and Lauren had a very turbulent relationship which was on and off for ten years.

But after they split in 2011, Mark met Michelle and they got engaged in 2013, tying the knot in 2015.

Lauren recently spoke about her relationship with Mark when she was on Loose Women saying: “No feelings whatsoever.

“Can I just please put this to bed from the horse’s mouth?”

The TOWIE star said:  “I am so happy for him, I am happy in my own life and that’s all I’ve got to say.”

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Brunette beauty Michelle and Mark are a little bit more low-key about their relationship.

But the Tina and Bobby actress did give us a glimpse into their marriage recently after sharing a collage of pictures for Mark’s birthday.

She shared the snaps with a caption saying: “Happy 30th birthday to the other half of me. @wrighty_ not only my husband but lucky enough to call my best friend.”

Meanwhile, as Michelle gears up for another drama-packed series of Our Girl, she’s confessed that she doesn’t get to see her hubby all that much.

She said: “I don’t see Mark as much as I’d like.

“I have to plan. Mark’s always looking at his diary and I’m looking at mine and my friends are all in a group message trying to arrange their time.”