Hollyoaks actors Nadine Mulkerrin and Rory Douglas-Speed, who play Cleo Mc Queen and Joel Dexter in the Channel 4 soap, have confirmed they’re dating in real life with a loved up holiday snap.
The pair can be seen wrapped up in bath robes and toasting each other.
“They are a strikingly gorgeous couple and the chemistry you saw on screen was there in real life, too.
“It’s a shame they’ve split up, but they’re both being very professional.
Plenty of Fiona's followers took to the comments to express their happiness for the star, writing, ' At last we see what’s putting a smile on that beautiful face! So happy for you,' whilst another commented, ' Beautiful moment captured right there.' Fiona also admitted that she was considering having a family, revealing that she'd "definitely like a family" of her own and that it's not something she's "thought about massively" as she's been quite "career-oriented so far" - but said "maybe I should" think about it.
Sammy Winward has split from her Emmerdale co-star James Sutton.
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Charlie was first seen when Rodney was on a date with a glamorous woman, revealing that he and Rodney were friends years ago but lost contact.
Luckily in real life things seem a lot more stable!Coronation Street bosses have been teasing viewers over the past month or so with the news that there will be not one, not two - but THREE marriage proposals made in Weatherfield this summer.They've told us that Daniel Osbourne will pop the question to Sinead Tinker and that Steve Mc Donald and Tracy Barlow will get engaged for the third time.Shona has been David's rock over the past few months - after he was the victim of rape by the evil Josh Tucker, Shona was the one to find out about Josh's past and encouraged David to go to the police about what had happened.However, the publication reports that Shona doesn't exactly jump for joy at the proposal - and that she could be thinking they need to spend some time together properly after everything that has happened recently.