WILLIAM ROACHE is best known for playing Coronation Street long-term resident Ken Barlow. After receiving the Guinness World Record for the longest-serving male television star in a continuous role, the star was forced to take a rare break from the soap due
The 89-year-old worried fans of the ITV programme as they had an agonising wait for his return to the cobbles as the actor battled with Covid. Due to the actor’s age there were even more concerns over his safety from the virus.
For the inauguration of her husband, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, Queen Maxima looked truly majestic from tiara to toe. Maxima wore sensational diamonds and gorgeous sapphires for the royal ceremony in April 2013, and nearly a decade later it is still
Weight loss is difficult to achieve at the best of times, let alone after giving birth to a baby. But when Tina O’Brien put on the pounds while she was pregnant, she quickly got rid of them soon after her child was
SALLY DYNEVOR’s life imitated art when, back in 2009, the producers of Coronation Street wrote a cancer diagnosis into the script for the character of Sally Webster.
Jennie said: “I know there’s a lot of pressure in this business, but I can honestly say I’ve never felt it myself. “I’m not saying I let it wash over me because of course I”m aware of it, but I don’t let
Since its launch in 1960, Coronation Street is still going strong, and so is its central characters. Jane Danson has played Leanne Battersby for almost 20 years. But how much money has she amassed during that time? A student at Radcliffe High
Kitchen In Jack’s dancing video, his followers manage to get a glimpse of his entire home, including his kitchen. The kitchen appears to be well-sized with oak cupboards, white marble floors and a white, ceramic Belfast sink. The room appears to have
Sue Cleaver was a dress size 16 before changing her lifestyle to fit into size 12 clothes. Her secret? Cutting out gluten and following a Meditarranean diet. The diet usually contains a low intake of meat and dairy products. Sue was motivated
Coronation Street star Simon Gregson, 45, revealed that he had suffered with the “bloody awful” coronavirus. The actor, who has played Steve McDonald on the soap since 1989, urged fans to stay safe. The actor described his main symptoms he endured and