Soap stunners Faye Brookes and Catherine Tyldesley join the Corrie cast in supporting co-star Brooke Vincent on Be My Baby opening night
They forged a close bond on the cobbles of Coronation Street.
And Faye Brookes and Catherine Tyldesley were determined to support their co-star Brooke Vincent at the opening of her theatre production Be My Baby on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old brunette looked flirty in a silky plunging cami top as she joined Catherine, 33, for the soap star-studded press night at the Lowry Theatre in Manchester.
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Flirty in florals: Faye Brookes turned out to support her Corrie co-star Brooke Vincent in her turn in the theatre production Be My Baby on Tuesday
Faye looked the height of autumnal chic in the silky top, which she paired with a floaty paisley shirt.
Adding some edge to the proceedings, she encased her lithe legs with some leather leggings and added height with black courts.
Her raven tresses were styled in a bouffant up-do that lent a rockabilly vibe to the ensemble.
Chic: Faye, 29, looked the height of autumnal chic in the silky top, which she paired with a floaty paisley shirt
Autumnal chic: Catherine Tyldesley, 33, wrapped up in a chic suede trench coat which she belted over her slim frame
Natural beauty: She styled her golden hair in a sleek updo and emphasised her blue eyes with lashings of mascara
Keeping her look simple: The mother-of-one wore some understated black skinny jeans and tan ankle boots
In good company: Catherine was joined by Tisha Merry and Katie McGlynn
The brunette beauty highlighted her eyes with some iridescent shimmer and plumped her pout with a nude lipstick.
Meanwhile Catherine wrapped up in a chic suede trench coat which she belted over her slim frame.
Keeping the rest of the look simple, the mother-of-one wore some understated black skinny jeans and tan ankle boots.
She styled her golden hair in a sleek up-do and emphasised her blue eyes with lashings of mascara.
Taking to the stage: In Be My Baby, Brooke plays nineteen year old Mary Adams in 1964, who is sent away to a mother and baby convent to give birth to her illegitimate child
Lovely in lace: Corrie's Tisha Merry stunned in an off-the-shoulder white top
Monochrome maven: She added some simple black skinnies and ankle boots to her look
Dazzling: The brunette beauty highlighted her eyes with heavy eyeliner
The soap stars took to Twitter to express their admiration for Brooke's first performance.
Faye gushed: 'Oh Doll @BrookeLVincent you were simply fabulous #proud #BeMyBaby Well Done Kidda'
And Catherine added: '@BrookeLVincent was outstanding tonight . So proud. Spread them sparkley wings beauts xxxx
In the production, Brooke plays 19-year-old Mary Adams in 1964, who is sent away to a mother and baby convent to give birth to her illegitimate child.
Speaking in September about the prosthetic baby bump she has to wear, the 24-year-old actress admitted: 'You get a bit attached to that.'
She told ITV's Lorraine: 'It’s a bit like when you take it off, this is going to sound really bad, but when you take your bra off at the end of the night it’s like "aah", it’s like relief. It’s like I’ve been carrying this big bump around all day!'
Earning her style stripes: Katie McGlynn rocked a simple shirt dress
Killer accessories: She rounded off the look with some maroon-hued boots and hoops
Keeping it casual: Corrie's Sair Khan (who playsAlya Nazir) looked cool in a denim jacket
But despite playing the role of doting mother-to-be, Brooke insisted that she has no plans to start her own family just yet.
Asked by Lorraine Kelly asked whether wearing the bump had made her broody, she said: 'No. I’d have the bump not the baby. It’s the baby and then they grow up and you have to feed them and all that. Got ages yet!'
Whilst Brooke has been enjoying her time in the theatre, she was eager to stress she was still enjoying her time on Coronation Street playing Sophie Webster.
Say cheese! Co-stars Sair and Oliver Farnworth cosied up for the cameras
Soap star-studded! Melanie Hill and Sally Ann Matthews also attended the press night
She did, however, admit there was one thing that could improve her experience, as she asked for her on-screen sister, Helen Flanagan to return.
Helen played Sophie's elder sister Rosie Webster for two years before leaving the show in 2012, but seems to have left a lasting impression.
'I want Rosie back, she's a hoot,' she said. 'These years were the best. Working with us two was - Mike [on-screen dad] used to tear his hair out. I want Helen [Flanagan] back.'
The whole gang: Coronation Street stars came out in force to support Brooke Vincent
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