Michelle Keegan has proven once again she can ooze glamour and sophistication, no matter what her attire.
The brunette bombshell was spotted out in her comfiest clothes, and still managed to look fabulous.
The 33-year-old former Corrie babe was spotted in Manchester city centre sipping on a Starbucks morning coffee on Friday.
The ex-Our Girl star donned a pair of Adanola khaki green skin-tight leggings and a cropped black zip up jacket, showing off glimpses of her toned abdomen as she strolled.
Michelle carried her belongings in this season’s must-have Prada Nylon Re-Edition 2000 shoulder bag – worth an eye-watering £900 – and kept her look super casual with a pair of black and white trainers.
She shielded her fresh-free face with a pair of oversized black sunglasses and adorned her neck with a simple gold chain necklace.
The star opted to keep her talons short but painted in a simple red nail polish as she clutched her coffee cup and flashed a brilliant white smile at the camera.
The Stockport-born beauty completed her casual glam look with her brunette tresses loosely scraped back in a messy bun.
Michelle, who is married to TOWIE’s Mark Wright, looked refreshed as she headed out for her early morning coffee run after a mini-break earlier in the week.
She enjoyed one last hurrah before Michelle throws herself back into work following a long summer break.
Taking a little trip south of Essex, the actress visited Leeds Castle in Broomfield, Kent on a glorious sunny day and snapped up sweet pictures of herself exploring the stunning grounds and sun-kissed scenery.
After announcing her departure from the BBC army drama Our Girl earlier this year, Michelle headed off to Spain with hubby Mark.
The pair recently returned from their lavish holiday which saw them travelling across the Balearic islands from Marbella, to Mallorca, and eventually, Ibiza.
But although the pair had to quarantine for two weeks upon their arrival back in the UK, Michelle told fans that the trip was “worth it”.
The couple were subsequently forced to remain holed up in their Essex mansion for two weeks after returning from their sun-soaked jaunt.