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30/05/2014 14:03 BST | Updated 30/05/2014 14:59 BST

Michelle Keegan Escapes 'Coronation Street' Drama In Marbella With Fiancé Mark Wright (PICS)

Michelle Keegan’s ‘Coronation Street’ character may be in hospital in a critical condition, but she’s not letting that get her down as she’s been photographed enjoying the Marbella sunshine with fiancé Mark Wright.

In a special week of dramatic episodes, Michelle’s character Tina McIntyre was seen arguing with Rob Donovan, who pushed her from the top of some scaffolding causing her to plummet to the cobbles below.

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Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright

That wasn’t enough to stop plucky Tina, though, who got up in the next night’s episode and threatened to report Rob to the police, prompting him to take drastic measures and beat her with a lead pipe.

It’s been previously reported that Tina later dies in hospital in scenes to air next week, with Michelle finally leaving ‘Corrie’ after almost six years in the soap.

Earlier this week she took to her Twitter page to tell fans that she wasn’t sure whether she’d even be able to watch as her character met her end, writing on Tuesday, the same night as her character’s dramatic fall:

Luckily, while her character might be in a terrible way, Michelle herself has been soaking up some sun with her fiancé, Mark Wright, at her side. The two have been photographed eating ice cream together in Puerto Banas, Marbella before heading off for a boat party.

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Michelle and Mark on board a boat in Marbella

The couple’s holiday hasn’t been without its dramas, though, as it was reported earlier this week that Michelle had seen her ex-fiancé Max George at a night-club and attempted to have him banned from the VIP area, a claim which a friend of the soap star has denied.

Michelle recently revealed that she "went into shock" after discovering that her 'Corrie' character was being killed off.

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