Inside Helen Flanagan's first birthday party for daughter Matilda

Helen Flanagan and Scott Sinclair pulled out all the stops for their daughter Matilda's first birthday. The couple threw a Peppa Pig-themed party for their little girl, held in the garden of their home on Sunday. The proud parents both shared a number of snapshots from the big day on Instagram, giving fans an inside look at the family celebrations.

Little Matilda was treated to a bouncy castle, an array of Peppa Pig balloons and a visit from the star herself. In a series of posts, 25-year-old Helen thanked all those who had helped make her little girl's day so special.


Helen Flanagan and Scott Sinclair threw a Peppa Pig party for little Matilda

"Amazing day yesterday celebrating our baby girl's first birthday with family!" she wrote. "Thank you for making my garden look so gorgeous! Xx."

In another, she added: "Absolutely loved Matilda's peppa pig balloons… our baby girl loved her visit from Peppa Pig xxx."

Scott, meanwhile, shared a sweet photo with his fans, showing him holding little Matilda as she came face to face with Peppa. "Peppa pig party for my princess!" he wrote alongside.

The couple pulled out all the stops to make Matilda's day special

Coronation Street star Helen has been enjoying a more low-key life since welcoming her baby daughter last year. Her career has also taken a back seat as she has devoted all her time to Matilda - but she recently admitted she would love to return to the soap.

"I would absolutely love to go back to Coronation Street one day, but it would have to work around Matilda," she told the Sun.

Her wish could come true. Helen played Coronation Street's Rosie Webster from 2000 until 2012 – and it's being reported that the soap's new producer Kate Oates is keen to bring the character back.  An insider revealed: "Kate was going on about how excited she was to join the cast and crew in January and saying she couldn't wait to get her teeth into the show… [she wants a return for] Rosie."

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