Coronation Street’s Katie McGlynn and Lisa George look world’s away from characters in Tinker family reunion


CORONATION Street stars Katie McGlynn, Lisa George and Rob Mollard have delighted fans after they enjoyed a Tinker family reunion.

Fans of the ITV soap were left in tears when Sinead Osbourne’s much-loved character died in 2019 after battling cervical cancer.

The Tinker family reunited for a few tipples on Easter Sunday
Aunt Beth was by Sinead during her final scenes on the soap

So many were delighted to see actress Katie, who played Underworld worker Sinead on Corrie from 2013, reunite with Lisa who plays her late aunt Beth Sunderland.

They also linked up with Rob, who portrayed widower Daniel Osbourne, with the trio all seen laughing while enjoying an Easter drink together.

Rochdale star Katie posted pictures of the trio on her Instagram as she wished her followers a happy Easter, captioning the snap: “Tinkers on tour.”

Katie, who went brunette for her role as trouble-cause Becky Quentin on Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks, was back blonde as she rocked a black vest with the slogan “for thrills”.



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And he and Lisa, who recently impressed fans with their powerful singing voices on All Star Musicals, both wore glam red lipstick for his catch-up.

Fans soon flooded the comments section, with many delighted to see the old gang back together.

Alongside an array of red love heart emojis, one person penned: “How lovely to see you all together fab.”

Echoing their comments, someone else said: “This has made my day! Wishing you all a wonderful Easter, you are all amazing.”

While a third added: “This has put an instant smile on my face. What a lovely pic!”

After Sinead’s powerful storyline on the cobbles, Katie filmed her smear test to encourage other women to have the screening.

She wanted to show how “quick and easy” it is, telling fans the procedure could potentially save their life.

Sharing the video on her Instagram, she wrote: “Please ladies, I know I sound like a broken record, but it is so important to go for your smears when you’re due.

“Catching it early – a matter of weeks – can potentially save your life.”