Coronation Street couple Sally Carman and Joe Duttine have postponed their wedding due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The actors – who portray Abi Franklin and Tim Metcalfe on the ITV soap respectively – were due to tie the knot in December, but Sally has now revealed that they’ve decided to postpone the ceremony.
‘We’re not quite sure where we’re gonna be in December,’ the soap star told the Loose Women panelists. ‘So I didn’t want to risk arranging a wedding.
‘We want to have a party! So if there’s 15 people allowed to come that – it’s not great really. So, we thought that it was best if we defer it for a year, and hopefully get the wedding that we want!’
Sally and Joe announced their engagement in March last year, during the first national lockdown.
The couple posted a photo of them toasting their happy news with the stunning emerald ring clear to see.
Joe wrote alongside the picture: ‘She said yes everyone, convid 19 can f**k off…’
‘Convid, covid, whuteva (sic),’ he later added, noticing his mistake.
Sally simply wrote: ‘I did’, alongside a retweet of the picture.
Sally has been at the centre of a huge storyline in Corrie at the minute, after her character Abi Franklin’s son Seb (Harry Visinoni) died from injuries sustained in a hate crime attack.
‘It’s really important to try and do it justice as much as I can,’ the actress said today on Loose Women. ‘Obviously I’ve never been in that situation, it’s such a unique situation, I can’t begin to imagine the emotions of that or what that feels like.
‘It was important to try and get it as truthful as I possibly could with what I’ve got.’
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