MARK Wright has shown off his new 'dreads' hairstyle and fans are convinced that he looks like David Beckham.
The telly favourite, 33, shared a snap of himself enjoying a bike ride in his tight Lycra with his 1.7m followers – and they couldn't help but notice an uncanny resemblance between him and the footballing legend, 45.
Mark uploaded a snap of himself posing in a field next to his impressive new bike.
He took his helmet off for the post – which made him look like he had especially braided his hair for the occasion – but fans soon realised that it was because of his protective headwear.
The ex-Towie star captioned the post: "When the helmet gives you dreads !! Loving my new wheels @giantstoreloughton @giantbicycles #GIANT the Bugatti of bikes !! #ad another 30 miles in the tank."
And his fans flocked to the comment section to tell him how much his accidental hairstyle reminded them of the footballer's old school hairstyle.
One wrote: "Beckham vibes"
A second said: "I thought you'd braided your hair there!"
A third commented: "Thought you had hair braided then going for classic Becks"
"Who done your David hair?" a fourth questioned.
Over the past six weeks Mark has been isolating with his wife Michelle Keegan in their beautiful Essex home.
The former Corrie star, 30, revealed that lockdown with her husband "feels like six months" as she admitted that he's been moaning at her.
Appearing on Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden earlier this week, Michelle spoke about the toll filming Our Girl in South Africa used to take, explaining that she'd be away for four months of the year.
Host Jamie retorted: "Three months with Mark in lockdown must take its toll as well, doesn't it?"
To which Michelle joked: "It feels like it’s been six months already, Jamie! It feels like it’s been six months already."
Later in the chat, the brunette beauty admitted that her husband was still fast asleep – as she complained about him moaning at her earlier in the day.
She grumbled: "He had the cheek to moan at me this morning for making too much noise!
"I went: 'You get up every morning first and make a racket!' – this is the one time I did it!"
The actress also said that she'd had a "tantrum" about missing her family in lockdown as she confessed to having "good days and bad days", but went on to insist that she and Mark are "very lucky".
She added: "We are in a very good position; we're at home, we have a garden and food in the fridge.
"We are very lucky, we have good days and bad days – I just try to keep occupied."
The pair have been documenting their time together on social media and she was previously left red-faced when she almost flashed 6,000 fans during one of her husband's Instagram lives with pal Olly Murs.
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