Michelle Keegan looks radiant in a furious self-portrait after being cast in Australia for a dream role

Michelle Keegan looked radiant as she shared a bunch of photos to Instagram on Sunday of her “1st week down wave”.

The 34-year-old actress recently left for Australia after getting her dream role in a new one. BBC period drama.

And the natural beauty seemed to live her best life during the fun trip as she shared a brilliant selfie with her 5.8 million followers.

Amazing: Michelle Keegan looked radiant as she shared a bunch of photos to Instagram on Sunday of her ‘1st week’.

Michelle wore a gray hoodie with shapes at the front, while wearing an elegant black Prada cross-body bag.

She had a bronze makeup palette that accentuated her beautiful features and added a swing of bright nude lipstick.

Her brunettes were styled in curly dry as they fell to her shoulders as she gave fans a glimpse of the stunning beaches and the set she is currently working on.

Adventure: The 34-year-old actress recently left for Australia after getting her dream role in a new BBC period drama.

Adventure: The 34-year-old actress recently left for Australia after getting her dream role in a new BBC period drama.

Exciting: Michelle caught a glimpse of her working life as she soaked in the sun on the beach while reading her script

Exciting: Michelle caught a glimpse of her working life as she soaked in the sun on the beach while reading her script

Michelle is ready to spend more time away from her husband Mark Wright – with whom she has been married since 2015 – as she has gotten her dream role in a new one. BBC period drama.

she recently traveled to Australia teasing an exciting project that has now been unveiled as the new six-part series Ten Pound Poms.

The show will tell the story of a group of British migrants who trade post-war Britain with Australia in the mid-1950s.

New: The show will tell the story of a group of British migrants who trade post-war Britain for Australia in the mid-1950s.

New: The show will tell the story of a group of British migrants who trade post-war Britain for Australia in the mid-1950s.

A friend of Michelle’s told The Bizarre TV column in The Sun: ‘Michelle has always had one big dream that appears in a periodical drama and’ Ten Pound Poms ‘will let her dip her toe in the past.’

The project will see Michelle team up again with writer Danny Brocklehurst, who worked with the star on “Ordinary Lies” – her first TV drama after she left Coronation Street in 2014 – and Sky comedy Brassic, starring Erin Croft.

Danny recounted how the show asks questions about “success and failure, identity, parenting and belonging”.

Opportunities: Michelle is ready to spend more time away from her husband Mark Wright - with whom she has been married since 2015 - while she got her dream role in a new BBC period drama.

Opportunities: Michelle is ready to spend more time away from her husband Mark Wright – with whom she has been married since 2015 – while she got her dream role in a new BBC period drama.

He explained: ‘It’s a big, bold character about what it means to start again, to be an outsider in a new country. It asks questions about success and failure, identity, parenting and belonging.

“The aid migration program is a little-known part of British and Australian history but offers endless stories about the people who have traveled to the other side of the world in search of a better life.”

From 1945 to 1972 more than a million UK migrants relocated to Australia to help inhabit the country, through a scheme devised by the Australian and British governments, and they became known as the Ten Pound Poms.

Michelle and Mark had previously spent as long as eight months apart at the same time due to their busy work schedules.

Mark has also recently acquired his “dream” role, which he has to star in with his two best friends.

The former TOWIE star, 35, will host the new show A Wright Old Adventure along with his father Mark Elder and younger brother Josh.

The star is set to explore Britain’s attractions and take on fun activities in the family series, but there was no mention of Michelle being involved.

Exciting: Mark got his own

Exciting: Mark has acquired his “dream” role, which he has to star in with his two best friends – his father Mark the Elder and his younger brother Josh.

It was previously reported that Mark left the upcoming ITV show The Real Games at the last minute via text message to spend more time with Michelle.

A source told Closer magazine: “Working together was something Michelle and Mark talked about for a long time and after agreeing to do The Real Games, Mark realized it could be a big mistake because he cemented his image as a ‘real star’ rather than detaching himself from that world.

‘That’s something he wants to keep in the past so he can come up with his new career with Michelle as a powerful couple.

“He and Michelle also spent long periods of time apart during their wedding, so he also refused to spend as much time as possible with her.”

They added: “Mark made a sacrifice to spend more time with Michelle and work on his new career, but that decision went awry if ITV actually listed him.”

Sacrifice: It was previously reported that Mark left the upcoming ITV program The Real Games at the last minute via text message to spend more time with Michelle.

Sacrifice: It was previously reported that Mark left the upcoming ITV program The Real Games at the last minute via text message to spend more time with Michelle.

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