After a “nightmare” few years since receiving the keys to their luxury apartment in Mallorca, Mark Wright and his wife, actress Michelle Keegan, can finally enjoy their getaway home with the complete renovation.
Problem-plagued property now looks as sensational as before TOWIE The star gave fans an exciting glimpse of what the couple was waiting for.
The apartment, which he shares with his Corrie star ex-wife, has been undergoing interior work for quite some time.
Mark stated that there were a lot of mistakes by the builders during the renovation and that it set his dream rig back quite a while.
The couple bought the house in 2019 for £1.3 million and have been renovating it since then, before finally moving in last summer.
It’s no secret that the couple was unhappy with the slow progress, but now all that is forgotten.
It looks immaculate in cream and has a beautiful living room that opens onto a balcony with sea views.
The luxurious bathroom is made to high specifications and they are pleased with the results.
At one point, Mark was forced to travel to the site after being unhappy with the work he hired a team to do.
He even left his wife Michelle at their home in Essex while he posted on instagram and shared the process of driving a van to the Spanish island to fix the work.
But hell is over and they have the perfect refuge to get away from city life.
Showing a video of the property’s incredible finish, the Heart FM presenter wrote: ‘RENO APARTMENT COMPLETED IN MALLORCA – Sorry for the delay…if you’ve been following this renovation journey it was a tough decision if we were going to get it! We were on time but we did it!
‘Many of you asked to see it finished, so here we go… I couldn’t have done it without the amazing team that helped me. Big thanks to @justineknox_designer, our interior designer, the best in the game!’
“It’s been a dream of mine to have a place here for as long as I can remember, now it’s time to enjoy it!”
He told his colleagues Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden all about it after receiving the keys.
“I bought an apartment a little over a year ago and left it in the hands of builders I didn’t know, not that I wasn’t happy with the look,” he said.
“It created a lot of problems, they tried to take shortcuts. Then I talked to another company and the price didn’t match what I had in mind, and I thought, DIY, I have to fix it.” myself.”
On Mark’s Instagram page earlier this year, he showed off some behind-the-scenes work and reposted a story for Iconnic Decor painters telling how they were taking 12-hour shifts to get the work done.