Mark Wright shows £3.5m Essex mansion covered in snow as he stuns fans with Christmas makeover | The Sun

MARK Wright has given fans a glimpse at his £3.5million mansion covered in snow.

The former reality star stunned fans by showing off his home's Christmas makeover.

Mark – who lives in Essex with his wife Michelle Keegan – posted on their Instagram house account.

He said: "Wow!! Always wanted to see our home in the snow. It’s certainly snowed here.

"Christmas 2022 has begun the Wright household 🎄 @elementshomegarden smashed it again x

"We are so happy. Always wanted to decorate the outside of our home.


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"Christmas is so special to us and this means the world. We are so grateful.

"Big thank you to @4.seasonevents for coming all the way down and creating this magic."

Mark and Michelle loved the festive season and have given their newly-built dream mansion and very Christmassy makeover.

In a series of videos, shared on Instagram, Michael Bublé's 'It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas' plays as they gave a tour of their decorations.

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Their front porch is framed by a huge wreath and a their hedges are covered in fairy lights.

There's also glowing reindeer, with all the windows framed by twinkling lights as well.

A giant Christmas tree stands prominently in their hallway – just to make sure Santa doesn't miss it – and their grand staircase has been smothered with more wreaths, plus gold and silver baubles.

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