Mark Wright warned by fans over ‘dangerous’ move as he shows off £3.5m mansion

Reality star Mark Wright was flooded with warning messages from his fans after he showed off the latest updates to his huge £3.5 million Essex property, which he shares with his wife Michelle Keegan.

The latest update was a stunning before and after of their brand-new dressing room.

Mark showed off the new development in a video where he panned the camera around to, first show Michelle’s dressing room, before showing off his own dressing room further back.

The stunning space boasted grey carpets, shoe shelves, mirrored wardrobes and a stunning chair in the middle of each room. Mark captioned the video: “His and hers and a dream for us brought to life by the incredible @taylorbespoke.”

Fans were quick to not only send their compliments of the new rooms, but to send the reality star a warning.

One fan penned: “Gorgeous but don't you think showing it all online it can be viewed by criminals?”, while another said: “Look what happened to Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae".

The couple who tied the knot in 2015 have spent several years building their dream home before moving in in September last year.

Mark and Michelle bought the house in 2019, for £1.3 million, but they didn't move in until the summer of 2022.

They've overseen major works at the house which includes five bedrooms, three dressing rooms, a state-of-the-art gym, in-house spa and sauna, an outdoor pool and even a pool house.

Their devoted fans have been kept updated with the progress of the house, with Mark giving them a look at the pool earlier this month.

Speaking on a video posted to his Instagram stories, Mark explained: "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,” he said in a video on Instagram Stories.

He showed off the workmen tiling the pool, as he let his followers in on the design, which features a shallow end with built-in sun loungers.

“The reason why we have done a big deep top step is because it's almost like a little kids pool… Dogs, the kids can paddle around in it and we can sit on top of here… Love the design,” he said.

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