British actress Helen Flanagan was a staple on Coronation Street for several years, but the star is said to have left the show for good, almost three years after her last appearance on the show. Flanagan played Rosie Webster in the 60-year-old soap opera from 2000 to 2018. She reportedly chose other career opportunities and focused on raising her children instead of returning to Coronation Street.
“It remains to be seen if she will ever return. She has other career dreams that she would like to work on before she makes up her mind,” a source said. The sun September 1. “She wants to focus on her three children and has other career dreams, including acting roles, which she would like to work on before deciding whether to reprise her role as Rosie.”
Flanagan started playing Rosie in 2000 and finished her original run in 2012. She returned in 2017, but hasn’t returned since going on maternity leave in June 2018. Flanagan, 31, has also played Rosie in the fallout. Coronation Street: A History of Knights and Just Rosie. She got engaged to footballer Scott Sinclair in May 2018 and they have two daughters. In March, the couple welcomed their third child, their son Charlie.
“Hélène likes Coronation Street, his character and his family but it takes him a long time and it has become impractical “, The sunthe source said. “ITV left the door open for her if she ever wanted to come back.” In the latest episode of Flanagan, fans saw Rosie leave the UK to explore television opportunities in Japan.
Flanagan has not commented on the report. Her most recent Instagram post was published on September 8 and shows her two daughters smiling together. “It’s ready for fall… my beautiful daughters… my sisters. I think Delilah looks like me here,” she wrote. Outside of Coronation Street, Flanagan has appeared on several UK reality shows, including I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here !, Celebrity Wedding Planner, Keep It In The Family, Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, and Practically famous.
Coronation Street is one of the oldest shows in the world. It debuted on ITV in December 1960 and now airs six times a week. The show exceeded 10,000 episodes as of February 2020. The series is available to stream in the United States on BritBox, a joint venture between the BBC and ITV. Season 61 and 62 episodes are also available to stream on Hulu.