Actress Jennie McAlpine of Coronation Street was spotted out and about following the birth of her third child.
After learning that she was expecting, the actress, who portrays Fiz Stape on the ITV soap opera, departed the show in scenes that aired in May to take maternity leave.
Jennie took a well-earned vacation from her parental responsibilities last week to catch up with her Corrie co-stars.
The group made an appearance at Manchester’s well-known pub, The Refuge.Along with Tina O’Brien (Sarah Platt), Andy Whyment (Kirk Sutherland), Sally Dynevor (Sally Metcalfe), Jack P. Shepherd (David Platt), and others, Jennie became a member of this group.
The mother of three looked amazing in a velvet blue jumpsuit accessorized with a glittering white clutch purse.
The 39-year-old said that she gave birth in April but chose to wait to announce the news publicly until Monday, August 28. She also revealed the arrival of her baby daughter in a recent interview.
“I’m really conscious of how fleeting this moment is and how important it is,” she said to OK! Magazine upon the birth of her small child. It’s disarray, though. It was already chaotic, but this is beyond crazy!
In an interview with the journal, Jennie said that she and her six-year husband, Chris Farr, had a “huge talk” before deciding on the name Doris.
“I love that Doris goes with Albert and Hilda; it’s a family name,” she continued. They’re all extremely ‘Corrie,’ too.
In Jennie’s absence, Corrie temporarily sent Jennie’s character Fiz down to Norfolk and wrote her out of the program.
Fiz took an offer from Todd Boyce’s character Stephen Reid to work as an Underworld supervisor.
Fix ended up moving away from her family and losing her work, despite the fact that the compensation had doubled.
But Fiz’s husband Tyrone Dobbs (Alan Halsall) was quick to urge her to accept the job, thus in May Fiz left the cobbles.