The 30-year-old actress can't get enough of the brunette beauty, as she has dubbed the model as one of her ''style crushes'', alongside Bella's modelling pal Hailey Baldwin.
Michelle said: ''My style crushes last year were Bella Hadid - who I am absolutely obsessed with - and Hailey Baldwin, who was my inspiration when I had blonde hair.''
It isn't just models that the 'Our Girl' star takes inspiration from though, as she also loves to look at ''fitness stars'' on Instagram to help her find the motivation to keep fit.
She added: ''I do follow fitness stars on Instagram and find hem really inspiring. Currently, I love Amanda Finnie and Alexia Clark. I look at the way they are working out as well as the recipes they suggest. I also love seeing transformations and the way different exercise regimes can completely change your body shape.''
Michelle always tries to exercise and eat healthily, but she admits the process can be difficult when she's away on film shoots, as she often doesn't have time or energy to complete a work out.
She said: ''It can be difficult to fit exercise in when I'm away filming. When you are shooting six days a week and only have one day off for the weekend, the last thing you want to do is head to the gym. I don't beat myself up about not being able to exercise when life gets so busy. For me, it's all about balance. When I wanted to fit exercise in but only had Sunday off, I would go to the gym and do a quit HIIT workout, which can take only 20 minutes.''
For the new year, Michelle - who is married to Mark Wright - has admitted she would love to take up yoga.
Speaking to TV Life magazine, she said: ''I want to start doing yoga regularly. I have tired yoga a couple of times at the end of workouts and enjoyed it. It's so important for your body and mind and my resolution is to include yoga in my weekly routine.''
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