Michelle Keegan looks radiant in a sizzling selfie after flying to Australia for coveted role

Michelle Keegan looked radiant as she shared a series of photos of her “first week down” on Instagram on Sunday.

The 34-year-old actress recently flew to Australia after landing her coveted role in a new BBC period drama.

The natural beauty seemed to be living her best life on this fun trip, as she shared a sparkling selfie with her 5.8 million followers.

Stunning: Michelle Keegan looks radiant as she shares a series of snaps from her 'first week down' on Instagram on Sunday

Stunning: Michelle Keegan looks radiant as she shares a series of snaps from her ‘first week down’ on Instagram on Sunday

Michelle wore a grey hoodie with front styling and carried a sleek black Prada crossbody bag.

She wore a bronzer makeup tray that accentuated her pretty features, and wore a glossy nude lipstick.

Her brunette hairstyle was styled in a curly blow-dry that fell over her shoulders, while she gave fans a glimpse of the stunning beach and the scene she’s currently working on.

Adventure: The 34-year-old actress recently flew to Australia after landing her coveted role in a BBC New Age drama

Adventure: The 34-year-old actress recently flew to Australia after landing her coveted role in a BBC New Age drama

Exciting: Michelle gets a glimpse of her working life while reading the script while basking on the beach

Exciting: Michelle gets a glimpse of her working life while reading the script while basking on the beach

Michelle will spend more time away from her husband Mark Wright – whom she has been married to since 2015 – as she landed her coveted role in the new BBC period drama.

She recently flew to Australia while teasing an exciting project that has now been revealed as a new six-part series Ten Pound Ball.

The show will tell the story of a group of British immigrants from post-war Britain to Australia in the mid-1950s.

What's new: The show will tell the story of a group of British immigrants from post-war Britain to Australia in the mid-1950s

What’s new: The show will tell the story of a group of British immigrants from post-war Britain to Australia in the mid-1950s

A friend of Michelle’s told The Sun’s Bizarre TV: “Michelle has always had a big dream of appearing in a period drama and ‘Ten Pounds’ would have her in the old days. complacent.”

For the project, Michelle will once again work with writer Danny Brockhurst, who previously worked with the star on Ordinary Lies – her first since leaving Coronation Street in 2014 TV series – and the sky comedy Brassic, in which she plays Erin Croft.

Danny talks about how the show asks questions about “success and failure, identity, parenthood and belonging.”

Chances: Michelle will spend more time away from her husband Mark Wright - whom she has been married to since 2015 - as she gets her coveted role in the new BBC period drama

Chances: Michelle will spend more time away from her husband Mark Wright – whom she has been married to since 2015 – as she gets her coveted role in the new BBC period drama

He explained: “This is a bold and daring work about what it means to start over, to be an outsider in a new world. It asks questions about success and failure, identity, parenthood and belonging.

“The Aid for Migration program is a little-known part of British and Australian history, but offers an endless story of people travelling to the other side of the world in search of a better life.”

From 1945 to 1972, through a scheme developed by the Australian and British governments, more than 1 million British immigrants moved to Australia to help the country’s densely populated country, they were called Ten Pounds.

Michelle and Mark have previously been separated by up to eight months at a time due to their busy schedules.

Mark also recently landed his own “dream” role, which he will star in alongside his two best friends.

The 35-year-old former TOWIE star will be hosting the new show A Wright Old Adventure with his dad Mark senior and brother Josh.

The star will explore the UK’s sights and do fun activities in the family series, but there’s no mention of Michelle being involved.

Exciting: Mark has found his 'dream' role for himself, which he'll be playing alongside his two best friends - his dad Mark Senior and brother Josh

Exciting: Mark has found his ‘dream’ role for himself, which he’ll be playing alongside his two best friends – his dad Mark Senior and brother Josh

It was previously reported that Mark quit the upcoming ITV show The Real Games via text message at the last minute in order to spend more time with Michelle.

A source told Closer Magazine: “Michelle and Mark had been talking about working together and after agreeing to do the real game Mark realised it could be a big mistake as he would cement his image.” Show star” rather than taking yourself out of that world.

“It’s something he wants to keep in the past so he can forge a new career path with Michelle as a power couple.”

“He and Michelle were also separated for a long time during their marriage, so he also declined, spending as much time with her as possible.”

They added: “Mark made sacrifices to spend more time with Michelle and work on their new venture, but if ITV did blacklist him, that decision would backfire.”

Sacrifice: It was previously reported that Mark quit the upcoming ITV show The Real Games via text message at the last minute to spend more time with Michelle

Sacrifice: It was previously reported that Mark quit the upcoming ITV show The Real Games via text message at the last minute to spend more time with Michelle