Corrie’s Sally Dynevor enjoys a walk with daughter Hattie, 17, who is a dead ringer for her Bridgerton superstar sister Phoebe, 25
Corrie star Sally Dynevor has spoken of her pride over her daughter Phoebe’s lead role in Netflix series Bridgerton.
And on Monday, 57-year-old her pride was clear to see once again when she was pictured out on a walk with her other daughter Hattie, 17.
Hattie, who looks just like her famous sister, had a smile on her face on the outing as she mirrored her mother’s style in a padded coat and outdoor gear.
Spot the difference: Corrie’s Sally Dynevor enjoyed a walk with daughter Hattie, 17, on Monday – and she’s a dead ringer for her Bridgerton superstar sister Phoebe, 25
Sally has been married to Emmerdale screen-writer Tim Dyvenor for 25 years and together they are parents to Phoebe, Hattie and Sam, 23.
The actress is best known for playing Sally Metcalfe in ITV soap Coronation Street and was pictured with down to earth Phoebe at a farmer’s market just last week.
It was revealed last Thursday that Bridgerton was officially renewed by Netflix for series two after weeks of speculation.
Love: The actress is best known for playing Sally Metcalfe in ITV soap Coronation Street and has three children with Tim Dynevor – her husband of 25 years
The second season will focus on Anthony Bridgerton’s (Jonathan Bailey) quest to find a wife after his turbulent love life was played out in the first series.
Bridgerton follows the self-titled family and how their lives are turned upside-down by the revelations of the illusive and anonymous Lady Thistledown in London.
It’s not known which characters will return.
The first series had a strong focus on the love story of Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, played by Regé-Jean Page, and Daphne Bridgerton, played by Phoebe.
Lead star: Sally’s eldest daughter and Hattie’s sister Phoebe wowed viewers with her role as Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix hit (pictured)
The two characters start out as friends as a ploy to fool London’s elite and Lady Thistledown herself, before inadvertently falling in love with each other.
Speaking to the Sunday Mirror ahead of Bridgerton’s airing last year, Sally said: ‘I just want to say I’m very proud of Phoebe and as a family, we are so excited to see Bridgerton on Christmas Day.
Sally told The Sun in 2017: ‘Phoebe decided she wanted to act when she was 12 or 13.
‘My mother-in-law Shirley said to me: “You mustn’t dissuade her. Actors are the most wonderful people in the world and the most fun.”
‘I thought: “She’s absolutely right”, and even if it’s very difficult she’s going to have a great time. I was probably more nervous watching her in something than I’d ever been for me, but she’s doing OK.’
At the point of the interview had already enjoyed roles in Waterloo Road, Prisoners’ Wives and Younger.
Iconic: Sally is best known for playing Sally Metcalfe in ITV hit soap Coronation Street