MARK Wright and wife Michelle Keegan are auctioning off their Christmas decorations for charity.
The couple wowed fans in November when they showed off their incredible festive ornaments on Instagram.
In light of the acclaim their decoration received, the loved-up pair revealed how fans can get their hands on their Christmas trinkets all in the name of charity.
Taking to his Instagram Stories yesterday, Mark said: "Last year, we set up this incredible arch, nut cracker and tree with the help of Elements Home and Garden Centre. They smashed it for us this year.
"We've loved it so much but we did not think you would love it so much
It's been all over the news.
"The lights and the views have been incredible," he continued. "It's been on ITV's This Morning and Lorraine. It's caused such a stir, our decorations, this year – I mean, I love it.
"I didn't think it was that good but thank you.
The TV presenter, 33, then revealed they were auctioning off their show-stopping decorations with all the proceeds going to Haven House Children's Hospice, which he and Michelle are ambassadors of.
He continued: "Anyway we thought we'd let someone else have it in their house for next Christmas.
"So instead of boxing it up and putting it away, we thought we'd do something special this year.
"Haven House Children's Hospice is a charity we've been ambassadors for, for about eight to nine years now. And it means a lot to us. It's got a special place in our heart," Mark shared.
"It's very small and they live by donations and during this Covid pandemic
they need us more than ever so we're going to auction off the arch and the nutcrackers and the Christmas tree decorations for £10 a ticket.
"You can buy as many tickets as you want of course.
"If you win Elements Home and Garden Centre will deliver it all to your door whenever you want it. Get bidding and hopefully this could be in your house next Christmas."
In November, Mark documented their incredible Christmas decorations on his Instagram page as their luxury Essex mansion underwent a festive makeover.
The stand-out piece was the huge Christmas tree in their hallway, with Mark initially having to send an even bigger one away after deciding that it was simply too tall.
In the photos, the tree was positioned next to their staircase, and thankfully the second attempt was a lot more suitable.
Mark and Michelle went for a candy cane theme, adorning the tree with giant red and white baubles, lollypops, peppermint candy canes, and nutcrackers.
Going one step further, the couple also decided to decorate their front door and porch with a huge garland arch and a stunning wreath.
There were two six-foot nutcrackers standing either side of the porch, with glittering presents nestled beneath them.
Sharing a video of the transformation to Instagram, Mark wrote: "Christmas has come early in our house! Had an absolute mare with the tree, then we got it wright 😂🎄"
He also thanked the company that helped him get everything sorted.
Michelle, 33, shared a photo from their driveway looking into the house through the decorated front door – with everything lit up and looking stunning.
Candy cane lights had been added to the arch garland, with Michelle acknowledging the difficult year in her post's caption as she wrote: "The festivities have started early 🎄
"It’s 2020, and the rules have gone out the window!! Pass me the mulled wine 🍷".
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