We need Catherine Tyldesley's leopard print dress in our wardrobe ASAP

The mother-of-one looked beautiful in the statement dress

Laura Sutcliffe

Coronation street star Catherine Tyldesley looked amazing on Sunday evening’s episode of Catch Phrase in a dazzling monochrome leopard print dress by Sosandar, priced at £69. The standout frock has a fluted hem, ruffle trim sleeves and an on-trend keyhole neckline. The black and white print gave it an eye-catching stance and the flirty hemline gave it a pretty feminine touch. The gorgeous star wore her long blonde locks in a  curled and coiffed style and her makeup looked typically flawless – smoky eye makeup and a splash of lipstick completed her glowing 'face of the day'. The actress was styled by Martine Alexander – the lady behind lots of soap stars stylish looks including Kym Marsh and Faye Brookes. Catch Phrase was a celebrity special; Catherine was also joined by Loose Women co-host Stacey Solomon and Chris Kamara.


Catherine joined Stacey Solomon and Chris Kamara on Catch Phrase

Whilst on the show – the Coronation star revealed a few what it was like on her very first day on the long-running show. She said it was "terrifying" but the cast are like family so she felt immediately comfortable.


Catherine's dress is £69 by Sosandar

"It was terrifying, my first scene in the Rovers. But they make you feel so welcome, straight away, as cheesy as it sounds, we're one big family."

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The actress - who plays Eva Price in the long running soap - has been given time off to attend auditions for new projects. The 34-year-old was in London last week and uploaded various updates to her Instagram account.

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The mother-of-one said of her descion to leave the soap after seven years: "Coronation Street has been a dream job for me which is why this was such a difficult descion to leave. Eva has been such fun to play over the last seven years, and who knows, one day she might just storm the cobbles of Weatherfield again."