Michelle Keegan has wowed the crowds today (Sunday 8th May) outside London's Royal Festival Hall as she arrived for the 2022 TV BAFTAS ceremony.

The former Coronation Street star wore a pink asymmetric satin gown which is split to the thigh.

The stunning dress also has a train.

Brassic star Michelle wore white strappy shoes and her brunette locks cascaded over her shoulder.

She completed the look with some subtle silver bangles.

Brunette beauty Michelle, 34, was accompanied by her tuxedo-clad husband, former TOWIE star Mark Wright, 35.

Michelle is one of the presenter's at tonight's event, along with Sex Education's Aimee Lou Wood, Giovanni Pernice, Lee Mack, Lorraine Kelly, Martin Freeman, Rochelle Humes, Rose Ayling-Ellis, Suranne Jones, Susanna Reid, Tom Daley and Oscar-winning actress Olivia Coleman.

Channel 4's AIDS drama It's A Sin leads the nomination pack, with an impressive 11 nods, including one for lead actor Olly Alexander.

Comedian, presenter and star of The IT Crowd Richard Ayoade is hosting the Virgin Media BAFTA TV Awards ceremony for the third consecutive year as it returns to London's Royal Festival Hall on May 8.

Tonight's ceremony marks a return to a full glitz and glamour in-person event, after the awards were disrupted for two years by the pandemic.

Mark and Michelle's appearance comes after they shared progress of their mega mansion via an Instagram account dedicated to their new home.

The property is set in the cascading hills of the Essex countryside, with stunning serene nature views.

Mark took to his Instagram stories on May 2nd to show off the sweeping driveway which is well and truly underway.

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The couple chose gorgeous light grey bricks to pave the way to their home, which builders have started to lay down on the foundations.

The Virgin Media Bafta TV awards will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on May 8 at 6pm.

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