Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright reunite for a romantic harbour cruise and date night in Sydney

Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright have reunited for a romantic date day after spending eight weeks apart while the actress filmed her new BBC drama in Australia. 

The former soap star, 35, and the TV presenter, 35, enjoyed a romantic harbour cruise in Sydney in Sunday, days after Mark shed a rare light on the couple’s marriage by sharing the secret to making their long-distance relationship work.

Michelle and Mark cruised to the Sydney coastal suburb of Manly, where they stopped off for a drink and a bite to eat.

Back together: Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright have reunited for a romantic date day after spending eight weeks apart while the actress filmed her new BBC drama in Australia

The couple, who have been married since 2015 and together since 2012, then got dressed up and headed out for a slap-up dinner at Cantonese restaurant, Mr. Wong.  

Mark seemed to be loving his time in Sydney, with the former TOWIE star taking to Instagram to document a sea swim on Monday and heap praise on the Australian way of life. 

He wrote: ‘The lifestyle out here is like no other. Laidback, healthy and nothing is any trouble to anyone.’ 

Michelle has been hard at work in Australia for the past eight weeks shooting her latest project, new BBC drama Ten Pound Poms, set in the 1950s.

Cheers to that! The couple, who have been married since 2015, then got dressed up and headed out for a slap-up dinner at Cantonese restaurant, Mr. Wong

Cheers to that! The couple, who have been married since 2015, then got dressed up and headed out for a slap-up dinner at Cantonese restaurant, Mr. Wong

Down Under: Mark seemed to be loving his time in Sydney, with the former TOWIE star taking to Instagram to document a sea swim on Monday

And relax: Mark heaped praise on the 'laidback and healthy' Australian way of life

Down Under: Mark seemed to be loving his time in Sydney, with the former TOWIE star taking to Instagram to document a sea swim on Monday and heap praise on the Australian way of life

The actress will star as a young nurse named Kate in the six-part period drama, who arrives in Australia without her fiancé and will do whatever it takes to try and rewrite her devastating past. 

Ten Pound Poms tells the tale of a group of Brits as they leave dreary post-war Britain in 1956 to embark on a life-altering adventure on the other side of the world.

For only £10 , they have been promised a better house, better job prospects and a better quality of life by the sea in sun-soaked Australia.

But life down under isn’t the idyllic dream the new arrivals have been promised. Struggling with their new identity as immigrants, the drama follows their triumphs and pitfalls as they adapt to a new life in a new country.

New project: Michelle has been hard at work in Australia for the past eight weeks shooting her latest project, new BBC drama Ten Pound Poms, set in the 1950s

New project: Michelle has been hard at work in Australia for the past eight weeks shooting her latest project, new BBC drama Ten Pound Poms, set in the 1950s

Last week, Michelle’s husband Mark shed rare light on the couple’s long-distance marriage as he admitted being in the same industry has made their relationship easier.

Speaking to MailOnline, Mark said he and Michelle ‘support each other’ to achieve all of their ‘goals and dreams’. 

Speaking about their relationship, he said: ‘I think both being in the same industry really helps. Because we get each other’s careers, and we totally understand it. 

‘Essentially, we both just want each other to achieve all of our goals and all of our dreams and we just support each other every step of the way for that, you know.’

Mark recently said: ‘If you’re in love and in a happy relationship you will be happy to see each other. 

'We support each other': Last week, Mark admitted being in the same industry has made their relationship easier (pictured together in May)

‘We support each other’: Last week, Mark admitted being in the same industry has made their relationship easier (pictured together in May)

‘You have to learn that you’ve been together for a long time and not seen each other in three weeks so it’s exciting at first but then it goes back to being a 10 year relationship.

‘The longer you go, the more pressure there is because the longer it’s been. But I was in LA and had a dinner with Piers Morgan and I told him it was hard. He said: ‘I had this with my wife and we have a three weeks rule so don’t let it go past three weeks.”

When asked about their current situation, Mark said: ‘It’s tough though with Australia, it’s a lot of flying.’

It was recently reported Michelle is to take in £2.5m from her TV work, as she and husband Mark are thought to be TV’s richest young couple. 

With an estimated combined net worth of around £12m, it’s no wonder the pair are splashing the cash into their luxe new ‘dream home’ – a £1.3million Essex mansion.

Couple goals: It was recently reported Michelle is to take in £2.5m from her TV work, as she and husband Mark are thought to be TV's richest young couple

Couple goals: It was recently reported Michelle is to take in £2.5m from her TV work, as she and husband Mark are thought to be TV’s richest young couple

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