Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan ditch plans for extra outbuilding at their £1.3m Essex dream home – The Sun

MARK Wright and Michelle Keegan have ditched their plans for an additional outbuilding at their £1.3m Essex dream home, The Sun can reveal.

Despite no objections from neighbours, the couple’s application for the “demolition of an existing stable building” to build a “one-bedroom annexe” has been withdrawn.

In April, The Sun revealed that the couple had applied for planning permission to build an extra outbuilding at the dream countryside home they are building from scratch.

The pair bought the huge farmhouse last October in Essex, and have been given the nod by the local council to demolish the existing property and turn it into their own rural paradise.

They asked Epping Forest District Council for permission to demolish horse stables for a one-bedroom home.

The application letter read: “We attach our planning application for the removal of the existing stable building and construction of a 1-bedroom annex, in conjunction with the approved new house.

“The annex is for the use of our client’s parents, who need to be close to our clients for care. The annex provides one bedroom, bathroom, a TV room and an open plan kitchen, living and dining area with a feature window & doors to provide good views over the countryside.”

The plans for the annexe fuelled rumours that it could be used for a carer once Mark and Michelle decide to have children.

The house already has a playroom, which has only added to the speculation that they’ll soon start a family.

Mark has made no secret about wanting children with Michelle and last year revealed that 2020 could be the time.

He told The Sun: “We say we're going to try [for a baby] every year but something comes up with work.

“So it'll be Michelle filming in South Africa and then I got the job in Los Angeles – so we think, right, we'll try next year.

“It'll be around December or January, we'll talk about it and we'll go from there.”

He continued: “With kids, I used to want three or four. But now, I'm 31, we're not having kids any time before 32. I think we could have two or three. Twins would be great because you're getting two out of the way at once!

“Triplets would be even better! And if we have quadruplets we'd be laughing because we'd have them all in one go!”


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