Coronation Street’s Kym Marsh hit the town last night to celebrate her birthday with her lookalike daughter Emilie Cunliffe and co-star Rob Mallard.
The glam soap star, who plays Michelle Connor in the ITV1 soap, looked super chic for her big night out in a black jumpsuit and metallic heels.
The Coronation Street favourite smiled with delight as she held up a pink birthday mug reading ‘birthday Gail’, in a nod to her middle name Gail.
It looks like Kym has been showered with treats as she carried a clutch of gift bags into Manchester’s Impossible night club.
The proud mum held hands with makeup artist Emilie, who wowed in a cropped coral red halter neck top and matching trousers, accessorised with a leopard pattern clutch, and she strolled arm-in-arm with Rob, who plays Daniel Osbourne.
The Oldham actor looked dapper in a grey jacket and trousers with a red pocket square.
Kym, 42, has been celebrating in style over the past week, first with a visit to swanky Hotel Gotham where she was presented with a delicious-looking chocolate dessert reading ‘Happy Birthday Kym.’
She also enjoyed a meal at Rosso restaurant at Spring Gardens with Antony Cotton who plays Michelle’s pal Sean Tully in Corrie and his partner Peter Eccleston, reports the Manchester Evening News .
And she was moved to tears during a family meal when her seven-year-old daughter Polly stood up to give a super-cute speech in honour of her mum to gasps fron fellow guests.
Polly told her: “You’re a wonderful mum, you’re a great mum, you’re the best mum in the world.”
Sharing a video of the special moment Kym said: “This is literally the best gift I could have ever received!!!! Her little speech last night at my birthday dinner.”
Kym’s chracter Michelle has had a tough time recently, with her life left hanging in the balance after she was shot by evil serial killer Pat Phelan on her wedding day to Robert Preston.
But thankfully she was saved by her doctor son Ali Neeson, who helped to stem the blood, and Michelle has fought back to health.
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