Catherine Tyldesley shares photo of Corrie’s Brooke Vincent kissing her baby bump

Following THAT 'disappearing baby bump' mystery, the Coronation Street star has shared a photo of Brooke Vincent planting kisses on her tum

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by Kayleigh Dray |
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Catherine Tyldesley only has a few weeks to go before she goes on maternity leave - so it makes sense that Coronation Street co-star Brooke Vincent (who plays Sophie Webster on the soap) is squeezing in all the cuddle time she can.

Catherine revealed in her blog: "So I only have two weeks left before I go on maternity leave!!!

"Eeek! I’m going to miss everyone so much - I think bump will too.

"Especially my ‘roomie’ Brooke Vincent – Brooke and Bump love a cuddle in the green room."

The yummy mummy-to-be added sweetly: "He’s been kicking her lots this week!"

We bet plenty of fans will be pleased to see the real-life Eva Price's baby bump - especially as, earlier this week, she was forced to explain where her pregnancy tim had mysteriously disappeared to!

In a recent festive episode of ITV's Let's Do Lunch, Catherine wore a fitted red dress that showed off her slender waist and flat stomach.

Which, considering she's due to give birth in the new year, left fans puzzled over where her baby bump had disappeared to.

Via ITV

But the answer was very simple; despite the studio being adorned with Christmas trees and decorations and the audience wearing Santa hats, the episode wasn't even filmed in the right season.

Catherine herself explained: "Hope you're enjoying Gino and Mel. Thankyou for comments- dress is from @Hybrid_Fashion…

"…and for those confused over the lack of baby bump- it was pre recorded in summer!!"

Well THAT makes perfect sense! We're glad 31-year-old Catherine, who recently revealed that she's expecting a boy with fiancé Thomas Pitfield, was so quick to set her fans' minds at ease.

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