Michelle Keegan, 35, stuns in a white robe as she snaps a picture of herself in the dressing room

Taking a break from her latest role, former Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan posted a stunning selfie to her 6.5 million Instagram followers while dressed only in a white robe.

Michelle Keegan posed in a white robe and looked as stunning as ever

On Monday, April 3, the 35-year-old starlet took time away from filming her latest role to post a stunning selfie to Instagram, where she has 6.5 million followers.

She took the mirror selfie while wearing her signature hair tie and pouting for the camera.

She slipped her famous curves into a voluminous robe, revealing her innate beauty.

Using Instagram’s Story feature, she wrote: “Working till midnight so I needed a little boost” while holding up a bar of the chocolate treat.

Michelle didn’t say what she was working on, but it looks like we’ll be seeing her again soon.

This comes after Mark Wright, the husband, shared the tragedy at their Essex mansion, where all of the trees around the property had died.

(Image: Michelle Keegan / Instagram)

Mark elaborated on this on Heart FM, saying: “It’s that kind of weather outside where you start thinking about planting your spring/summer plants. I had a little bit of a nightmare, I’m not gonna lie.

“I planted some trees in my garden and they all died, and it’s devastating because I spent so long watching them thinking ‘please grow’.

“They were my boundary trees to give me a little bit of privacy and the company blamed it on the soil because obviously the wrong soil can make your plants go bad.”

(Image: rosebanklandscaping.co.uk/ wrightyhome / Instagram)

“[I] ended up finding out they recommended the wrong plants to me, and it was because they’re not supposed to be out in the open in anything below minus five degrees and at Christmas time it was like minus 15 when it snowed.”

But now that it’s been finished, the couple’s forever home is complete with a swimming pool, a sauna, and a huge driveway.

A 2.1-meter wall and electric gates had been the couple’s original plan, but they were denied permission to block a public walkway.

In an objection letter, the local parish council stated: “The design of the high walls, together with the pillars and the gates, are out of keeping with the rural setting, and would detract from the rural nature of this particular area of the Parish.”