MICHELLE Keegan showcased her off-duty style as she stopped by the shops in a pair of ripped boyfriend jeans and white T-shirt yesterday.
The 32-year-old actress was pictured picking up essentials, including tablets and a toothbrush, for her adorable dogs Phoebe and Pip at her local Pets at Home branch in Essex.
The Brassic's star complemented her distressed denims with a pair of beige sandals and a tan-coloured corduroy baker boy hat, which covered her long brunette locks.
Adding to her chic casual ensemble, Michelle sported trendy circular-shaped shades, gold hoop earrings and draped a leopard print cross-body bag over her shoulder.
Walking back to her car, the Our Girl actress carried her purchases and a green juice.
Earlier this week, Michelle shared a sizzling snap of her lounging outside in a white crop and denim shorts as she cuddled up to her beloved dachshund Phoebe.
The actress who recently ruled out appearing on Strictly Come Dancing to focus on her acting career, is in lockdown with hubby and radio presenter, Mark Wright.
The celebrity power couple recently had their five year anniversary and both took to social media to commemorate their wedding.
To celebrate their nuptials, Michelle and Mark marked the occasion by sharing adorable unseen snaps from their big day at St.Mary's Church in Bury St.Edmunds.
Michelle's black and white image shows the couple with their backs to the camera holding hands.
This anniversary was markedly different to last year’s when the couple were forced to celebrate away from each other due to filming commitments.
The loved-up couple were countries apart on the big day, with Mark partying in Marbella while Michelle was busy filming the hit TV series Our Girl.
But last year, Mark made the difficult decision to quit his dream job in LA and return to the UK to be with Michelle full time.
Michelle told Fabulous that she never once put any pressure on Mark to give up his LA life, and insists it was entirely his choice.
She explained: "I never wanted to tell him to come back. It’s not my place to tell him what to do. I wanted him to be ready to do it himself – it’s his career and he made the choice. Hopefully it’s the right one.
"And you know, we saw each other a lot while he was over there. We weren’t going months and months without seeing each other, whatever people thought.
"It worked. Yeah, the travelling could get exhausting, but at this time in our lives it was exciting and we can look back in 10 or 20 years time and say: 'God, what a great experience that was.'"
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