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Mark Wright has revealed the missing dog he had found has now safely been returned to their owner.
The former TOWIE star, 34, took to Instagram on Tuesday to appeal to his followers for help after he found the adorable Chihuahua while out and about.
And returning to social media on Wednesday, Mark told he'd managed to track down the pooches owner and revealed she was 'back home and safe now.'
During a Q&A session with his fans, Mark revealed he was inundated with concerned queries about whether the dog's owners had been found.
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Alongside a sweet snap of the pup, he assured everyone they had, writing: 'Got this question a lot!! Yes, back home and safe now, thank you! We will miss ya Tequila!'
Taking to his home renovation account the day before, a shirtless Mark, who appeared to be out training, urged the owner to get in touch.
He said: 'If anyone in the Abridge area lost a little Chihuahua, just found her on the road. Abridge in Essex.
'She's all good, all safe, but if you know where we live, please come and get her.'
It comes after the hunk gave fans an insight into his home-life with wife Michelle Keegan on Monday, while the Our Girl star sunned herself during a country jaunt.
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The presenter is in the process of building his 'dream home' with Mancunian Michelle, 33, after the couple sold their original five-bedroom pile in rural Essex.
And Mark showed off their current digs in a new Instagram video as they wait for the sprawling new build to be completed.
Appearing shirtless, the fitness nut gave fans a tour of the couple's bedroom and adjoining en-suite bathroom while offering his fans useful tips on how to stay active during lockdown.
Panning his smart phone around the room, he asked: 'How many times have you said to yourself: "The first thing I'm going to do tomorrow is work out?"
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'You wake up, you have a coffee you sit on the sofa, you talk to someone, you end up not doing it and it hangs over you.
'Get out out of the way the thing that annoys you most, the thing that sits hanging over your head all day. Clear it from your head.'
Turning his phone to the double bed he shares with Michelle, the presenter tossed a pair of briefs, socks, and cycling shorts on the carpeted floor next to 'his side.'
'There's my pants and socks,' he said. 'There's my cycling top. There's my cycling shorts.'
Revealing the en-suite bathroom door, he added: 'Bed, gym gear, brush me gnashers, out I go. If your gym gear's by the side of your bed put it straight on, get out, you'll train.
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'Trust me - best hack in the world. As soon as I started doing that it made me train first thing in the morning. Trust me, that for me is massive.
'I used to have the gym and exercise hanging over my head all day.
While Mark doled out well-meaning advice, Michelle was making the most of England's current heatwave during a day out with their pet dog, beloved Chihuahua Pip.
Taking to Instagram, the actress shared a snap of herself and Pip as they basked in spring temperatures that climbed to a welcoming 21 degrees.
The actress later shared a video of her dog as it raced across an open field close to the home she currently shares with Mark.
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Over 16,290 patrols have been carried out - but only four four fixed penalty notices issuedHowever, only four fixed penalty notices were issued.