• Coronation Street spoiler! Look who is set to make a surprise return to Weatherfield this Christmas

    Coronation Street favourite Leanne Battersby is set to get a special surprise this Christmas when her half-sister Toyah makes an unexpected return to Weatherfield. On Tuesday morning, ITV announced actress Georgia Taylor will reprise her role as the vivacious Toyah Battersby later this year, which comes more than a decade after her departure from the popular soap. Speaking about her return, Georgia said: "I am thrilled to be re-joining my old friends on the cobbles and hugely excited to be given the opportunity to explore the character of Toyah 13 years on. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY An old Coronation Street resident is set to make a surprise

  • Michelle Dockery has hilarious reunion with Mrs Patmore at the Emmys

    Downton Abbey may have ended but she'll always be Lady Mary to some. Michelle Dockery got back into character and struck a dignified pose as she was reunited with her former co-star Lesley Nicol, otherwise known as head chef Mrs Patmore. The two actresses were at the Emmys when they treated fans to a hilarious photo, which will have called to mind past scenes. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY "Some things never change – I may have been to the Emmys but I was still downstairs!" wrote Lesley Lesley was pictured holding up a cup of tea to Michelle and jokingly captioned

  • Victoria sneak peek: WATCH the romantic scenes between Jenna Coleman and Tom Hughes

    In this week's preview of Victoria, fans are given a sneak peek at the post-wedding life of newlyweds Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, who married in the most recent episode. Albert feels worthless, having no real role in the household, and matters are made even worse when the Duke of Sussex refuses to let him take precedence at dinner. Hoping that an heir will garner more respect, the Prince, played by Tom Hughes, has a discussion about starting a family with Victoria, played by Jenna Coleman. "It would make me so happy to have a real family," says Albert. "Aren't you happy

  • Coronation Street's Beverley Callard reveals she contemplated suicide after her struggle with depression

    Coronation Street actress Beverley Callard has opened up about her battle with depression, confessing that she contemplated taking her own life. Speaking on Tuesday's This Morning, the 59-year-old discussed her struggle with her mental illness which forced her to take some time away from the ITV soap earlier this year. The soap star, who is famed for playing Rovers Return landlady Liz McDonald, revealed she was left in a bad way after the medication she had been taking for over a decade was discontinued. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Coronation Street actress Beverley Callard has opened up about her battle with depression "A couple of weeks later,