MARK WRIGHT and Michelle Keegan are gearing up to rival the Beckhams after setting up a new fashion brand.
The business savvy couple have been expanding their multi-million pound empire this year, most recently setting up a fitness firm.
And now The Sun can exclusively reveal the pair have the retail industry in their sights too.
Paperwork in at Companies House reveals the couple, who are worth more than £7million, have set up their third private company in just five weeks.
The latest business – Mysa Ventures – was registered on June 25.
It follows hot on the heels of Mysa Active and Train Wright – Mark’s stand-alone fitness firm that was set up in May.
Their new company is 85 per cent owned by Mysa Active and the remaining 15 per cent by Catalyst Group – a ‘brand building firm’ – with business links to footballer Jessie Lingard and Love Island’s Molly May Hague and Zara McDermott.
Both Mysa Ventures and Mysa Active list their nature of business as "retail sale of clothing in specialised stores."
These new ventures join long standing firms run by the couple. Mark owns property firm Chigwell Properties and The Wright Look Models while Michelle has Rosia Promotions.
Between them, the firms held £5m in assets as at latest accounts and were set up 2014, 2011 and 2013.
David and Victoria turned their attention to the fashion industry following successful singing and football careers, respectively.
Victoria runs her own eponymous high-end fashion brand which David has backed with millions of pounds in investment.
Fashion conscious David also struck a lucrative business deal with brand Kent and Curwen, however, he recently decided to step away from the business after it suffered £18million losses over three years.
He has also released best-selling fragrances, grooming products and partnered with mega brands H&M and Adidas.
Outside of fashion he is also a partner in whiskey brand Haig Club.
The Beckhams are estimated to be worth £335million.
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