Mark Wright breaks his silence after it's revealed he's been banned from ITV

MARK Wright has broken his silence after it was revealed he’s been banned from ITV after upsetting bosses.

The 35-year-old put the drama behind him to congratulate his brother Josh on the early arrival of their baby boy.

Commenting on footballer Josh’s post, Mark returned to social media to write: “Love you all more than the world 💙.”

His wife Michelle Keegan also commented, gushing: “Here he is. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Over the moon for you both. Xxx.”

Josh and wife Holly revealed their son had arrived four weeks early in the early minutes of Tuesday weighing 5lbs 9ozs.

The news comes as The Sun told how Mark has been “blacklisted” by ITV after he quit The Games via text.

Insiders said the only show bosses were happy for Mark to appear on for the foreseeable was Soccer Aid as he would be “one in a sea of faces” during the fundraising footie match.

It is a stark snub towards Mark, who started his career at the channel on The Only Way Is Essex back in 2010.

A source said: “Mark’s name is mud at ITV at the moment.

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“Bookers who are working on shows aren’t going to be approaching Mark to appear.

“His reputation has gone massively downhill since he walked away from The Games.”

They added: “Those at the top have been bruised by this and it feels like a huge snub.”

After leaving Towie Mark carved out a hugely popular career – hosting US TV show Extra and presenting a show on Heart FM.

Alongside this Mark launched his Train Wright fitness brand with his brother which has gone from strength to strength.

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