Mark Wright gives fans a tour of his INCREDIBLE new £2,400 a night home with Michelle Keegan inside the Corinthia Hotel

MARK Wright has given fans a tour inside the incredible suite he is currently calling home with wife Michelle Keegan.

The couple, who have just celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary, are staying at the posh Corinthia Hotel in London as they wait for their dream Essex mansion to be built – and it costs a huge £2,400 a night.

Mark, 34, boasted about their new pad today as he went for a run around St James Park and strolled back past Buckingham Palace, which is located right next to the hotel.

Once he got back, he couldn’t resist showing his fans where they were living – revealing a huge living room area with floor to ceiling windows, offering incredible vistas of London.

The couple are staying in the River Suite, named thanks to its views of the River Thames.

It comes with a complimentary butler service and a guest bathroom.

The bedroom boasts a huge bed and there is a walk in wardrobe where the couple can keep their designer clobber.The marble bathroom has under-floor heating and a bathtub with built-in TV and separate rain shower

It is expected that their new place won't be ready to live in until the end of the year, but they are "very at home" in the swanky hotel.

A close friend of the couple told The Sun: "They've moved into their favourite London hotel after selling their Essex home as the new mansion won't be ready to live in until the end of the year.

"Mark and Michelle love it there and feel very at home – they couldn't be happier while they want for their new home to be built."

Last month, the pair moved out of their Essex home while renovations at their new £1.3 million mansion continued.

The couple splashed the cash on the stunning farmhouse property, only to completely demolish it so that they can build their dream five-bedroom abode from scratch.

They have created a dedicated Instagram account for the project, and the home will feature a bar, gym, children's playroom, and outdoor swimming pool.

The pair have also applied to Epping Forest District Council with plans for a "one-bedroom annexe" – also expressing their wishes to demolish an existing stable building.

Mark has been keeping fans updated on the progress of their mega-home and previously shared a tour of the property to his Instagram story.

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