ALAN Halsall appeared to take a pop at his ex Lucy-Jo Hudson’s new man Lewis Devine after he called the Corrie star’s daughter Sienna his own.
This week Lewis gushed about the six-year-old, who is Alan and Lucy-Jo’s daughter, following the birth of their son.
As part of a lengthy post after Lucy-Jo gave birth, he said: “Our Sienna is delighted and is already making the best big sister, just like I knew she would!”
Today the actor, who plays Tyronne Dobbs, seemed to reference the comment as he posted on Instagram stories: “You’re welcome to keep the lying cheating one & call her your own! But not my daughter.”
It is unclear who exactly he is referring to in the first part of his statement – however he seems to be clear he doesn’t want anyone calling his daughter “their own”.
Lucy gave birth to her son with Lewis on 18th February, telling fans: “We are so in love with our baby boy!!!
“Our family is now complete. Love you @LewisDevine”.
Lucy and Alan have been co-parenting Sienna since their split in 2018.
They initially called time on their marriage in March 2016 before rekindling their romance just months later.
They met on the set of Corrie when Lucy-Jo joined as Katy Harris in 2002 and began dating in 2004.
Lucy-Jo left the soap in 2005 and went on to play prostitute Donna-Marie Quinn in Hollyoaks.
She met fellow actor Lewis on the set of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 2017, and the pair started dating the following year.
They announced her pregnancy in August with a sweet picture of her baby scan.
Lewis previously revealed how he felt becoming a step dad, telling OK! Magazine: “I was nervous but I just didn’t try to push anything with Sienna.
“I just wanted to be me and for our relationship to grow naturally. I think that’s why we do have such a great bond.”
At the time Lucy admitted how hard it can be sharing custody with Alan, who is now dating Tisha Merry.
He said: “It has its challenges and it can be difficult with everyone’s schedules but you make it work for the child involved.”