Michelle Keegan wows in a corset top at sister-in-law Natalya Wright’s 21st birthday

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Michelle Keegan looked absolutely incredible as she celebrated her sister-in-law Natalya Wright's milestone 21st birthday over the weekend.

The former Coronation Street star, 34, wowed in a bardot white corset top which she teamed with a pair of brown high-waisted trousers for the epic celebrations.

Natalya, who is ex-TOWIE star Mark's youngest sister, also looked impeccable in a glamorous gold sheer dress, which she designed herself for her big night.

Ensuring to document her birthday on social media, the stunning brunette model, who also works as an influencer, shared incredible snaps with her siblings and Michelle as she reflected on her night of epic partying.

"What a night.. My 21st birthday, just WOW. Thank you to the amazing team @shlomitazrad for bringing my dreams to life," Natalya wrote in the caption.

She added: "To see all my designs come to reality was just amazing, My absolute DREAM birthday dress @essexloveletters."

Meanwhile, Mark also took to his Instagram to share a picture of him posing with sister Natalya.

He wrote: "About to celebrate this one in style!! How my baby sis is 21 is beyond me, I choose to not believe it."

"Love you @natalyawright_x more than anything xx," he added with two heart emojis.

Natalya's sister Jess Wright was also seen bringing out her little sister a delicious looking cake during the jam-packed celebrations.

Several famous faces were quick to wish the beauty well, with Molly-Mae Hague commenting on Natalya's snaps: "Happy birthday stunning girl!!!"

Natalya is currently making her mark on the fashion world after previously being signed by a major modelling agency.

She was initially represented by Select models, who have also been behind the likes of David Gandy and Daisy Lowe. She is now signed with Flourish management,

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