Michelle Keegan shares adorable childhood snap as she jokes no housework is getting done 

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Michelle Keegan shared a heartwarming childhood snap of herself as she joked she has always preferred spending her Sundays on the sofa.

The actress, 33, looked unrecognisable in the photo where she could be seen clutching a toy vacuum cleaner while sitting sideways on a chair.

The Brassic star was dressed in a blue jumper and a matching skirt while her locks were styled into pigtails.

Blast from the past: Michelle Keegan shared a heartwarming childhood snap of herself as she joked she has always preferred spending her Sundays on the sofa

Blast from the past: Michelle Keegan shared a heartwarming childhood snap of herself as she joked she has always preferred spending her Sundays on the sofa

Michelle also sported a pair of blue boots in the adorable snap as she put her feet up while posing.

Alongside the post, the former Our Girl star wrote: ‘I’ve not changed my Sunday routine since the early 90’s and I’m not gonna start now. Happy Sunday everyone x’.

Michelle’s husband Mark Wright commented on the photo and wrote: ‘Hahahaah love this…. too true’.  

Meanwhile, her sister-in-law Jess Wright also commented on the post and wrote: ‘Minus the hoover #Sunday’. 

Now: The actress, 33, looked unrecognisable in the photo where she could be seen clutching a toy vacuum cleaner while sitting sideways on a chair

Now: The actress, 33, looked unrecognisable in the photo where she could be seen clutching a toy vacuum cleaner while sitting sideways on a chair

It comes after a report that two councils have criticised Mark, 33, and Michelle’s newest planning applications for their home, which included making the estate more secure by surrounding it with a ‘rendered wall’ between 1.8 metres and 2.1 metres high.

Mark and Michelle have demolished a £1.3 million farmhouse to build a five-bedroom house in Essex, complete with bar, gym and outdoor swimming pool.

Both Epping Forest District Council and Stanford Rivers Parish Council have hit out at the ‘inappropriate’ plans claiming they’re not in keeping with the tone of the ‘rural area’ and they would have to cut down trees to make way for the wall.

On one side of the property, there’s a public right of way, which would be blocked, according to the objections.

Michelle wrote: 'I¿ve not changed my Sunday routine since the early 90¿s and I¿m not gonna start now. Happy Sunday everyone x'

Michelle wrote: ‘I’ve not changed my Sunday routine since the early 90’s and I’m not gonna start now. Happy Sunday everyone x’

'True': Michelle's husband Mark Wright commented on the photo and wrote: 'Hahahaah love this.... too true'

‘True’: Michelle’s husband Mark Wright commented on the photo and wrote: ‘Hahahaah love this…. too true’

Epping Forest District Council wrote: ‘This site is in a very rural area, on a minor country lane.

‘Whilst we accept that the existing conifer screen could be considered to be incongruous within this setting, to replace it with a 2.1metre high rendered wall would be totally out of keeping, and fail to enhance the rural landscape setting.

‘None of the other properties on this lane have such inappropriate boundary treatments.

‘Additionally, we note that the wall on the right hand side of the proposed entrance is within trees.

‘The trees and woodland are protected by a woodland tree preservation order, therefore tree reports should have been submitted to support the proposal… potentially resulting in loss or damage to important tree assets.

Home: It comes after a report that two councils have criticised Mark and Michelle's newest planning applications for their home

Home: It comes after a report that two councils have criticised Mark and Michelle’s newest planning applications for their home

‘Our records also show a Public Right of Way, and a check of the Definitive Public Rights of Way map on Essex County Council website, confirms that there have been not alterations to its route.

‘To build the walls as proposed it would block access to this right of way.’

The parish council were equally scathing about the plans, stating: ‘The Parish Council OBJECTS to this application.

‘The design of the heigh 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.

‘In addition, a public footpath currently runs through this property, and whilst we understand there may be possible applications to alter this in the future, we could not at this time support a planning application which would effectively block a public right of way.’

Planning: Mark and Michelle have demolished a £1.3 million farmhouse to build a five-bedroom house in Essex, complete with bar, gym and outdoor swimming pool

Planning: Mark and Michelle have demolished a £1.3 million farmhouse to build a five-bedroom house in Essex, complete with bar, gym and outdoor swimming pool

Both councils had no objection to them adding a wooden gate with rendered piers.

The former TOWIE star and Corrie actress have also put in an application for a Hollywood-style paver driveway with a roundabout for their fleet of cars.

They also want bi-folding doors for all the windows on the ground floor at the rear, so that the whole house opens out to the pool area and where Mark has his mini-football pitch.

Mark Wright’s representatives branded the claims ‘nonsense’ when approached by MailOnline

Michelle Keegan’s representatives declined to comment when approached by MailOnline.

Criticism: Both Epping Forest District Council and Stanford Rivers Parish Council have hit out at the 'inappropriate' plans claiming they're not in keeping with the tone of the 'rural area'

Criticism: Both Epping Forest District Council and Stanford Rivers Parish Council have hit out at the ‘inappropriate’ plans claiming they’re not in keeping with the tone of the ‘rural area’

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