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The actress says she won't allow them to spend more than three weeks apart, but admits it has been "difficult" since he moved to America.
The pair now rely on Facetime to catch up on each other's lives every day – and text all the time too.
Speaking to You magazine, Michelle – who has just launched her new fashion line, Michelle Keegan for Very, said: "We try not to spend more than three weeks apart, although the longest we've gone is six weeks which was really difficult.
"We miss each other and staying in is our favourite date night. A lot of the time I don't think about where we are. If Mark is there it's home for me."
In a bid to spend more time together, Michelle has been auditioning for roles in LA.
But the Manchester-born star admits British drama is close to her heart because she's a "northern girl" who misses her family and nine school friends.
She adds: "It's just not me, I'm not an LA woman."
Mark on the other hand is living his dream as the host of entertainment show Extra.
He now interviews the biggest stars in Hollywood after leaving his Towie past behind him.
The couple, who married in 2015, have spent the past eight months flying back and forth between LA and London to see each other.
Mark recently told Good Morning Britain that he hopes Michelle will move to America with him permanently, but if she doesn't then he would move back to the UK for her.
He said: “That comes first. It's not going to come to that, but if it ever did, then yes of course, marriage and my love life is definitely first."
Michelle's collection for Very is available online now.
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