See how Michelle Keegan has changed her look over the years
In honour of her special day, we’ve been taking a look back at how Michelle has transformed in front of our eyes from the teen star of Coronation Street to the stunning Mrs Wright.
Michelle was born in Stockport, Greater Manchester on this day back in 1987. She found fame in 2008 when she first appeared on our screens as Corrie’s Tina McIntyre, a role she went on to play for six years.
The actress, still a teenager at the time, had a youthful look but impressed viewers with her feisty portrayal of Tina.
As she became more well-known, Michelle started to experiment with her look more and has tried out various hairstyles over the years, ranging from the bouffant look of 2009 to plaits and pretty waves. She’s always stayed faithful to having long brunette locks though and who can blame her – her hair is gorgeous!
Michelle’s good looks earned her countless Sexiest Female accolades at the British Soap Awards over the years and she sported a suitably steamy little dress for the ceremony in 2010. We also love the sparkly gown she wore the following year.
In 2012 Michelle’s fame grew following her relationship with The Wanted’s Max George but she proved she was still down-to-earth with some cute outfit choices. The actress looked particularly great in a summery get-up at V Festival.
Michelle made us all envious in 2013 after showcasing her natural beauty in a selfie to celebrate her birthday. The former Corrie star posed in bed with no make-up on and wrote: ‘Just woke up another year older!!! Happy Birthday to Meeeee!!! xxx’
It was a happy year for the actress as she began dating Mark at the start of the year. By September they were engaged – awww!
2014 saw Michelle become a true fashion icon. She launched her own clothing range with Lipsy and worked some seriously glam looks.
Having married Mark, 28, last month, we bet Michelle has got a real birthday glow this year. The lucky thing is celebrating her special day on the couple’s honeymoon.
Happy birthday, Mrs Wright!