The pair are said to have already amassed a multi-million-pound fortune and recently launched their own fitness firm.
Michele already owns Rosia Promotion, while Mark owns Chigwell Properties and The Wright Look Models.
Now The Sun reports that the pair will be tackling the fashion industry in their next big business plan.
The couple, who are noted to be worth more than £7 million, have set up a third company in just five weeks according to paperwork that has been submitted to Companies House.
On June 25, the pair registered their business named Mysa Ventures, which follows Mysa Active and Train Wright which were set up the month prior.
Both Mysa Active and Mysa Ventures are said to be based “retail sale of clothing in specialised stores.”
Myra Active owns 85 per cent of Myra Ventures, with 15 per cent owned by brand-building firm Catalyst Group, which has worked with Love Island stars Molly-May Hague and Zara McDermott, along with footballer Jessie Lingard.
The move would follow a similar pattern to David and Victoria Beckham, who built their successful careers out of footballing and singing respectively before launching successful investments and Victoria’s high-fashion brand.
Mark and Michelle will have some way to catch up to the Beckhams, however, as they are thought to be worth an eye-watering £335million.
David himself has invested large sums into Victoria’s fashion empire.
He has also partnered with various other fashion brands, clothing stores, and perfumes to great success.
David Beckham was forced, however, to cut ties with fashion brand Kent and Curwen after they suffered losses of up to £18million across three years.
Can’t win them all!
Michelle, meanwhile, has recently spoken about how she felt pressured into doing racy photoshoots for lads’ mags in the early days of her career.
She told Cosmopolitan magazine: “It wasn’t something that I necessarily really wanted to do. I remember feeling very shy because I was really young.
“But I thought it came as part of being on TV.
“Now that I’m older, I realise that it is OK to say no to something that you don’t feel 100 per cent happy with. You don’t have to do it because you think you have to do it.”
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