Mark Wright sparks baby rumours with Michelle Keegan after quitting Heart FM show to ‘spend more time with family’

MARK Wright has sparked baby rumours with wife Michelle Keegan after quitting his Heart FM show to spend more time with his family.

The surprise announcement was made last night on Instagram, and fans immediately speculated the pair could soon be starting a family.

One follower wrote: "Good luck mark , family come first. Is there something you will be telling us soon mark and Michelle 👶🤰💙💕."

In his statement Mark called the decision "terribly tough", but after a difficult year that has seen his family devastated by coronavirus as well as a recent cancer scare he felt the time is right for something new.

He wrote: "I’ve had so much fun over the last couple of years on my evening show here @thisisheart I have been lucky enough to chat to some of the biggest stars in the world whilst playing the best feel good music there is to play.
It’s now time to pass over the reins to an incredible talent in @dev.

"It’s been a terribly tough decision as I have had the time of my life every evening in the studio playing for you, but sometimes life moves in different directions and after the last year or so, it’s made me think about life slightly differently and it’s time to spend more time with what’s most important…. My family."

Mark will remain with the station in a weekly 4pm-7pm slot on Saturdays while Dev Grffin will replace him in his usual Monday-Thursday evening slots.

Away from the studio Mark is currently building his and Michelle's dream home in the Essex countryside.

The huge mansion has plenty of room for children if and when the time comes.

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However, earlier this year Michelle told Women's Health she was fed up of being asked when they were going to have a baby.

She said: "I get asked about children whereas Mark wouldn't for example.

"Why haven't I had a child? When am I going to have a child? I don't know what they want me to say. I don't know what the right or wrong answer is."

And asked whether her family ask the question, she laughed: "Not any more!"

Speaking to You magazine, she said: "I’m used to people asking me but it’s no one else’s business.

"Nobody else knows what goes on behind closed doors. I think that’s the reason that question affects me so much – it’s very private!

"Mark is asked about it occasionally but I’m asked every single time."

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