Sacha Parkinson, a former cast member of Coronation Street, deserves congratulations after her partner proposed.
The actress, who is 31 years old, is well-known for her role as Sian Powers in the ITV soap opera. In 2010, she and Sophie Webster (Brooke Vincent) shared the first lesbian kiss.
In 2023, the former soap star is happily in love off-screen and has just announced to her tens of thousands of fans that she is getting married.
On social media, Sacha flaunted her stunning engagement ring while smiling with her fiance John.
Talk about a romantic proposal! One of her adorable pictures was a selfie of the newly engaged pair on vacation during a sunset boat cruise.
The diamond on her finger was visible when she lifted her hand up to the camera.
In the caption, Sacha penned: “I thought you were probably going to take a wife!” SCREAMING. 11•10•23 💍💙’
With a flurry of Corrie stars beyond themselves with delight, her admirers swarmed to the comments to congratulate her.
Congratulations, my darling, Michelle Keegan wrote. I’m ecstatic for you! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ xxx’
Oh my God, congratulations! Ellie Leach spoke the following.
Congratulations, beautiful,” Katie McGlynn wrote.
“Oh, my love!” Congratulations,” Catherine Tyldesley repeated.
Amazing xxxxxxx was another comment made by Adam Thomas, and Kelsey Parker added, “Congratulations.”
Naturally, Brooke, 31, who departed the cobbles herself in 2019, was giddy for her former on-screen partner and ongoing closest friend.
She sent a sweet message on her Instagram Story, saying, “My wifey is becoming a wifey!!!!!!! Screaming!!!!’
Due to the success of Sian and Sophie’s romance, Sacha’s contract was initially extended by the show’s producers. She acted in Coronation Street from 2009 to late November 2011.
Sacha has previously stated that she wanted to focus on other endeavors and not linger too long on the show.
She has been in Casualty, The Crash, The Driver, My Mad Fat Diary, and Safe House since her time on Corrie made her famous.
She now makes use of her position to talk about her endometriosis struggles after being publicly diagnosed with it in 2018.
Sacha underwent surgery in 2017 to remove tissue and endometrial cysts from her ovaries as a result of her disease.
In 2018, Sacha shared how she fainted while exercising from ‘excruciating’ pain but was unaware that she was also dealing with endometriosis.
Sacha revealed what she had gone through on ITV’s Lorraine, saying that for years, she had assumed that having painful and heavy periods was normal. It wasn’t until she passed out while working out that she realized something wasn’t right.
The Salford actress remembered crawling across the hotel room floor to go back into her bed out of dread that no one would discover her until it was too late. She has been hailed an inspiration for sharing her experience.