Michelle Keegan risks wardrobe malfunction as she battles gust of wind

Michelle Keegan came inches away from a wardrobe malfunction shortly before she was due to appear on The One Show last night.

The Our Girl star grappled with the high winds and stormy weather as she turned up to the BBC studio in London yesterday evening ahead of her televised appearance.

Wearing a three-quarter-length navy blue jumpsuit with an off-the-shoulder neckline, Michelle looked sleek and stylish – until she met with the elements and got her hair blown right into her face.


The actress was forced to grab for her sleeve as it got blown down her arm – and inadvertently flashed a glimpse of her skin-toned strapless bra to the fans waiting outside for her.

Michelle, 30, managed to wrestle the jumpsuit back in place, but kept a firm hand on her chest just in case the wind decided to try and cause mischief again.

It came as she confirmed she would not be moving to Los Angeles despite her husband Mark Wright landing a job as a TV presenter for Extra out there.


The pair, who have been married for three years in July, have faced claims that their relationship floundered after they lived apart for months so Michelle could film Our Girl in South Africa.

But despite that, Michelle said there’s no way she would live in the States for good.

"I’d love to work in America but I couldn’t see myself living out there full-time," she said on The One Show. "I’m a home bird."


She pointed out that she’d need to soften her Northern accent if she were to pick out work out there – just as Mark had elocution lessons to even out his Essex drawl.

"When I’ve been out in LA, even if I’m ordering a coffee or something, they think I’m Australian," she joked.

"I have to slow down a lot and pronounce my words to make it a bit easier."


Her frank admission about not wanting to move to Hollywood may increase speculation about the state of her marriage – but Michelle recently said she takes no notice.

"I ignore those rumours and just stay positive," she told the Sun.

"There’s so much negativity behind the fact that if I work away and Mark’s away, it has to be a disaster.

"That’s the only negative I get from working away.

"I’m quite a positive person anyway so I don’t read all the negativity."

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