• The British Soap Awards 2017: Full Winners List - Spoiler Alert

    The star-studded annual British Soap Awards took place on Saturday 3 June at The Lowry, Manchester, and is scheduled to air on ITV from 8pm on Tuesday.  Hosted once again by This Morning’s Phillip Schofield, the celebratory event saw the very best actors, storylines and characters recognised and awarded throughout the evening.  The night saw ITV soaps lead the way, with Emmerdale triumphing with six awards, notably for their recent heartbreaking portrayal of popular character Ashley Thomas’ dementia, while Coronation Street celebrated with four, seeing Kym Marsh pick up Best Female Dramatic Performance for her heartbreaking baby loss storyline. Meanwhile, Nick Pickard, who has been playing Tony Hutchinson

  • British Soap Awards: Kym Marsh dedicates her award to late son Archie

    Kym Marsh walked away with the award for Best Female Dramatic Performance at this year’s British Soap Awards for her harrowing portrayal as Coronation Street’s Michelle Connor – who lost her baby son Ruairi at 23 weeks. The brave mum, who tragically lost her own son, Archie, who died at 21 weeks in 2009, dedicated her win to her late 'angel baby.' After being presented the award by Martine McCutcheon, Kym said: "Michelle and Steve’s baby loss storyline was perhaps the most difficult thing I have had to do in my career, and for Simon. STORY: Kym Marsh shares agony of

  • Neighbours actress Jackie Woodburne invites Prince Harry to visit the set

    Neighbours actress Jackie Woodburne has extended an invitation to Prince Harry to visit her and her fellow soap actors on the set of the hit TV show. The prince, who is currently launching the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, is apparently a fan of the show, along with his brother, Prince William. And Jackie, who plays matriarch Susan Kennedy on the Aussie soap, is keen to encourage their royal fans to come and see them on the set. “I heard Prince William admitted in an interview that he watched the show which is quite extraordinary and I’ve heard Harry does too,”