Michelle Keegan has raised eyebrows after sharing snaps to her Instagram in which she’s not wearing her wedding ring.
The 36 year old is currently holidaying in Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Italy with husband Mark Wright, 36, and shared some pictures from their time away writing: “Beautiful Ravello by day” with an Italian flag, lemon, and sun emoji.
However, despite the pair going abroad together and looking happy, one fan couldn’t help but notice her missing wedding ring.
They wrote: “Have a great time. Just a quick question do you only wear your wedding rings when you have a photo shoot with Mark as I've noticed you don't wear them very often x”.
Fans jumped to the couple's defence and questioned why others needed to know.
One penned: “why are wedding rings important? Michelle and Mark know they're married, they don't need to wear rings to prove it to everybody else!”
A second said: "They are literally on holiday together, there’s various reasons why people don’t wear their rings."
A third agreed: “tbh i hard ever wear my rings either. I only wear them when i go out somewhere. I dont want to scratch them going to gym or cleaning the house etc”.
And another said: “I’ve also noticed they’re never really together or wear wedding rings. I know they say people don’t always wear them and it is not important but why get married and exchange rings. Baffles me [laughing face emoji]. But I hope they are still together [crying face emoji]”.
The former Coronation Street actress can be seen in various locations and outfits, including a knee-length white dress which she accessorised with a sun hat and some sunglasses while letting her brunette hair flow down by her shoulders.
In other shots, she can be seen in a pale yellow maxi dress, sandals, and a pair of sunglasses with her hair tied back in a bun.
The actress, who recently stunned fans in pictures posted before she hit the town in Manchester, shared an update with her husband on the renovations to their £2.4m mansion.
On his Instagram Stories, former The Only Way is Essex star Mark explained that rain had caused disruption to the swimming pool that they were having built.
He said: "Cause of the constant rain, the grass is doing exceptionally well, but it means the pool had to come to a halt because we couldn't obviously tile – they wouldn't stick while it was full up on water.
"There was like two inches of water. We have drained it all out today."
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