MARK Wright has revealed the latest addition to his and Michelle Keegan's Essex mega-mansion.
The 35-year-old recently revealed they hope to move into the £1.3m property in a "few weeks" after buying it back in 2020.
Since then Heart presenter Mark and actress Michelle, 34, have transformed it into a high-tech mansion – and they haven't forgotten about the dogs.
The couple have dachshund Phoebe and chihuahua Pip, who Mark has revealed are getting their very own shower in the new house.
Showing it off on his Instagram story, Mark added: "The dogs are gonna love it!!"
Mark recently opened up about his pooches – who he affectionally brands their "children" – and admitted he can't wait for the whole family to move in.
He told the Mirror: "I reckon we’re a few weeks away, hopefully. It’s been a stressful but fun time. I’m excited to move in and live in the comforts we’ve worked so hard to get.
"Our Chihuahua, Pip, thinks she rules the roost in the current house.
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"It does make us laugh, but the minute we move in to the new place she will feel like it’s hers, like the queen of the palace.
"They are literally our children. We go on holiday and we don’t miss England or home. Michelle and I miss them."
Late last month, Mark set up a pie stall to feed hungry builders at the site.
The broadcaster took to his Instagram Story to reveal Essex institution, Robins Pie N Mash, had travelled to the building site to serve up his family's "favourite grub".
Documenting the moment, Mark captured a slew of workers on camera queuing up for some of the mouth-watering grub.
He said: "New surprise for the boys today, pie and mash, double pie, double mash
"What's it like working for me lads eh? You don't get that on other sites. You have to bring a packed lunch sandwich.
"Beautiful, Robin's bringing the goods. Our family's favourite grub. Get in there."
The week prior to their traditional British lunch Mark hired a McDonalds food truck to feed his builders onsite.
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