Coronation Street fave Helen Flanagan wants to be back on the cobbles – even though she can’t watch it at the moment.
Last month Corrie showed one of its most emotional episodes ever when Sinead Tinker (Katie McGlynn) lost her cancer battle.
Helen, 29, who played Rosie Webster, told the Sunday People: “I haven’t been watching Corrie.
“I’m a mum and I’d find it too hard because of the plots. It’s a bit sad. I’ll go back but I’m just trying to work it out with the kids. When you are a mum babies come first.”
Currently Helen, who lives in Scotland with Celtic footballer Scott Sinclair, 30, is kept busy running after Matilda, four, and 18-month-old Delilah. She said: “I’ve got two kids, it feels like I’ve got a million.”
She said: “I had hyperemesis (extreme morning sickness), I’ve had that twice, if I didn’t have that I would have another child, so I will have to wait until Delilah is older and more independent.
Helen, who is married to footballer Scott Sinclair, 30, added: “I live in Scotland and my husband is away with football a lot, so I’m kind of on my own. I do have a nanny to help me two/three times a week. There is no shame in that.”
Talking about keeping in shape, she said: “I don’t believe in dieting, I think it is really unhealthy. I still eat chocolate most days. When you have children you are constantly on the move.”
No wonder she’s kept in such great shape.