Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan have been busy posting about their extravagant home remodeling on social media in recent months – and appear to be equipping their eternal home with ‘public relations products’ – including sumptuous marble surfaces, huge flat-screen TVs and spacious access. .
This week, the reality star who became the host and his wife actress Michelle, both 35, showed up on their renovation bill @wrightyhome, a great new approach – estimated to be worth a good £ 100,000 – which they installed in their remodeled villa in Essex.
In a post that follows a video showing stunning gray driveway, the account name checks out the company that set up the expansive gray stone driveway with the hashtag #prproduct, suggesting the item was either donated or lowered to the couple.
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Earlier this year, Mark showed the delivery of a huge 75-inch TV – listing it under #ad for full transparency
Reality TV star and actress Michelle, both 35, are renovating a villa in Essex that they bought for £ 1.3 million in 2019 and showcase some of the lavish products entering their new home after an apparent collaboration with companies.
One approach expert told FEMAIL that setting up a gray stone driveway, such as the one the couple described as ‘#prproduct’, would cost at least £ 100,000
Wright also said he was ‘buzzing’ about his new spacious home gym, with stunning herringbone parquet and Taurus fitness equipment, which is estimated to have cost around £ 50,000 to install
Call: The couple asked companies that could help equip their blocks to contact them
Wright wrote next to the video: ‘The approach is over … It is buzzing in the light gray color we have chosen. After finishing the ride it really starts to feel like home !! For those who will ask, the paving slabs come from @marshallsgroup and we are buzzing from them !! #driveway #home #prproduct #grey #happy. ‘
MailOnline contacted Mark Wright for clarification.
Former Essex star The Only Way Is Mark and Michelle, who are estimated to have a combined fortune of £ 12 million, have documented the construction process after buying the original Essex property for £ 1.3 million in October 2019.
Access is not the only thing the couple has apparently arranged discounts on or managed to get for free.
Wright recently said he was “buzzing” with his spacious home gym, with stunning herringbone parquet and Taurus fitness equipment, which is estimated to have cost around £ 50,000 to install.
The couple informed their 385,000 followers on the account about the progress, taking them on video tours and asking them for advice. Right: Michelle revealed that the couple spent ‘hours’ choosing marble for their home
The video where Mark shows the new Samsung 75 – inch flat screen TV was labeled: ‘Advertisement Big day at home … @samsunguk TVs have arrived !! Incredible picture quality and amazing 3D sound from all sides of the screen and soundbar. # SamsungNeoQLED #TeamSamsungUK @nowtv ‘
Elsewhere, Michelle was seen examining a marble slab, believed to be worth at least £ 15,000, which could be used for an area at a planned home steam bar.
The couple, who got married in 2015, were not ashamed to ask companies that supply luxury products for interiors and exteriors to call and help.
Pillars for high-security gates and beautiful glass partitions for rooms with showers and saunas include a queue in which companies that could work with them are asked to contact us in the inbox.
Celebrities and influential people must declare when they have received a product that has been discounted or given away or face the wrath of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
In collaboration with wallpaper and painting, this neutral look with a concrete effect is mentioned on the couple’s home Instagram account
Bringing their dream to life: the digital artist’s impression of what the couple’s home will look like after it is finished
What it might look like: artists’ impressions of what landscaped gardens, paved courtyards and swimming pools might look like
In 2019, the CMA ordered stars to be more transparent about their support contracts when posting on social media.
Failure to declare clearly whether they have paid for or received products as gifts they approve could violate consumer protection law.
Posts that contain advertising must, by law, be tagged with the hashtag #ad, #sponsored or #freebie in a ‘prominent’ place on each individual post.
All content that includes advertisements or discount codes and provides a form of payment, whether in cash or in the form of free gifts, must also be declared.