Michelle Keegan gave fans a peek into her wardrobe as she stated she was ready to get go of trash bags of items.
The 36-year-old Our Girl star confesses to hiring help to clear out her bulging wardrobe at her Essex property.
The singer offered followers a spectacular tour of her house, which she shares with her former reality star spouse Mark Wright, 36.
Michelle reorganised her clothing and accessories while overhauling her storage areas with Charlotte Reddington and Gemma Lilly, better known as The Style Sisters.
The EastEnders actress unlocked the large doors of her own closet and displayed her weirs, which featured Gucci and Chanel logos.
The Style Sisters, who are known for their work with Vicky Pattison and Rochelle Humes, shared their visit to Michelle’s house with their internet fans.
In the video, the celebrity can be seen peering out from behind large oak front doors, welcoming the experts inside.
She could be heard exclaiming: ‘Hi girls! Thank god you’re here! Get in… I need your help!’
Michelle was dressed to the nines in a black sleeveless corset top and blue pants.
The actress wore no makeup and let her distinctive brown hair fall loose around her shoulders during the sisters’ visit.
The arrangement specialists captioned the video, ‘We recently had the pleasure of arranging the wonderful Michelle Keegan’s gorgeous walk in wardrobe…’
‘Mark has previously had us in to detox and organise his wardrobes and we couldn’t wait to complete the his and hers dressing room with her detox and organise…
‘We loved creating a practical and stylish space for her to get ready in using our favourite @idlivesimplyuk items to finish the look.’
Michelle’s closet showcased her sophisticated and refined style, with lots of prized designer things on its shelves.
A vintage Chanel 2.55 handbag and sneakers were visible, as well as a Louis Vuitton Discovery PM Backpack and two pairs of Hermés Oran sandals.
The overall appearance ensured admirers that Michelle’s collection was in order and presented such that anybody walking into the small room would notice it.