Helen Flanagan from Coronation Street recently went through a terrifying experience when her son Charlie was taken to the hospital following a mishap at Alton Towers.
More information about the event was shared on the actress’ Instagram stories. She is best known for playing Rosie Webster in the ITV soap opera.
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She pronounced it to be “horrendously terrible.”
He had broken his clavicle in two, so I had to call an ambulance. I was in the Stoke hospital for about six hours because it was so awful.
Helen, who is a mother to Delilah and Matilda, continued by expressing her gratitude to the NHS staff members who were able to assist her boy.
She continued, “I’d like to praise the paramedics, nurses, and doctors who were amazing.”
“I’m so grateful. In fact, I was present at the Stoke infirmary. That was terrible, just awful, awful, awful. It was terrible to see your kid in pain, but he is fine.
When you’re a mother and you wish you could relieve them of their suffering, it’s awful because there isn’t much you can do for it; it seems to heal on its own.
Helen, who departed Coronation Street in 2018 to have a baby, is frequently questioned about when we might see Rosie again.
The soap star acknowledged that she would be interested in returning to the cobbles but said that she would rather wait until her youngest kid, Charlie, is “a bit older” before making such a move.
She previously admitted to OK! Magazine that she would “love to go back to Coronation Street at some stage.”
“I think it’s clear that everything I do at work revolves around the kids,” I said. Therefore, perhaps when Charlie grows a little older.