Former Coronation Street actress Michelle Keegan will tie the knot over the Bank Holiday weekend with The Only Way Is Essex star Mark Wright.
Keegan, 27, from Greater Manchester and Wright announced their engagement in September 2013, nine months after they started dating.
The couple have been celebrating their upcoming nuptials in recent weeks with a string of hen and stag dos, which saw Keegan take a group of friends away to Dubai.
Coronation Street’s most famous pets have walked the cobbles to mark National Pet Month.
Ozzy, Eccles and Schmeichel delighted visitors to Coronation Street The Tour on the former Quay Street set.
And one of soap’s lesser-known secrets was revealed – Eccles the border terrier is actually a boy.
Eccles plays the Barlow family pet who was originally named Lady Freckles on the show. And he shares the role with Freckles who is female.
Coronation Street character Deirdre Barlow will be laid to rest in a soap funeral after the death of actress Anne Kirkbride.Read the full story ›
Class of 92’ players and stars from Coronation Street have joined forces with Manchester Thunder netball team for a special promotional video.
Gary and Phil Neville, Paul Scholes and Brooke Vincent were among the North West celebrities to take part in the 'Is This the Way To Amarillo?' spoof.
The video has been released in the run up to the reigning netball Superleague champions' semi final match at the Manchester Arena on April 18th.
Meet Coronation Street’s littlest stars – triplets Erin, Eilah and Elsie.Read the full story ›
Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley has announced she's given birth to a baby boy.Read the full story ›
A Coronation Street super-fan from Canada has covered his wife in tattoos of the soap's cast.Read the full story ›
Coronation Street actor William Roache led tributes to his colleague Anne Kirkbride at the National Television Awards. A small group of colleagues were with him in the audience at the O2 Arena in London. As the soap's Ken and Deirdre Barlow, they shared the screen for more than 40 years.
The Coronation Street actor William Roache will lead the tributes to Anne Kirkbride as the world of broadcasting honours her at the National Television Awards.
A small group of colleagues will be with him in the audience at the O2 Arena in London.
As the soap's Ken and Deirdre Barlow, they shared the screen for more than 40 years.
This report from Tim Scott:
Coronation Street star Helen Worth tearfully told Good Morning Britain how much Anne Kirkbride will be missed on the set.
The ITV soap shut down filming yesterday but Worth - who plays the long-suffering Gail McIntyre - said she was happy to be back on the cobbles so she could reminisce about Kirkbride with others who knew her so well.
"I personally am grateful to be back on set today amongst the cast where we can talk about Annie and remember the wonderful lovable person that she was," the actress told GMB.