Mark Wright has opened up about arguing with his wife Michelle Keegan , and it seems they're just like any other married couple.
The Essex boy, 32, was co-hosting This Morning with Rochelle Humes on Friday when they were discussing sharing a bed with their other halves.
He revealed they once had a "screaming row" in the middle of the night, which left him in the doghouse with his wife, 32, the next morning.
Mark explained how he'd left the toilet seat up and when she got up in the middle of the night she "fell through the toilet".
He said: "She just went mental. I'm asleep listening to her screaming. I asked 'What's going on?!'"
The reality TV star said they had a row the next morning over the incident.
"We had a row all morning the next day," he said.
Mark and Michelle recently celebrated their four-year anniversary after tying the knot in 2015.
To mark the special occasion mark shared pictures from their wedding day where the happy couple can be seen cutting the cake and posing in front of the church.
He wrote: "4 years ago today!! How time flies when you’re having fun. You make me so happy and I’m so proud of you. You complete me. Happy anniversary my love @michkeegan."
The married pair are used to spending time apart due to their careers, while Michelle is often away filming for her different roles like the returning BBC series.
The loved-up couple lived apart while Mark was working in LA for Extra TV but were reunited properly when he decided to move permanently back to the UK.
Michelle recently spoke about being more open about their relationship on social media and "taking back control".
She explained that a shift in social media contributed to her initially pulling back from posting anything personal but that has all changed.
"I know there’s interest but I just thought: ‘I’m not feeding it any more'," she told Sun's Fabulous magazine .
"And by stopping that, we’ve taken back control. Massively. It was relentless every week – especially because we lived away from each other.
"We get that we’re in the public eye and have a public relationship, but we’re normal people at the end of the day, and we don’t need to give all of ourselves up."
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