CORONATION Street stars Ryan Thomas and Helen Flanagan have enjoyed a mini ‘Rosie and Jason’ reunion.
The pals and former Corrie cast mates were able to have a long-overdue catch up at the National Television Awards on Thursday night.
Helen Flanagan has reunited with Ryan Thomas
The pair played lovers Rosie and Jason in Coronation Street
After a good gossip, Helen grabbed Ryan, 38, for a photograph as they hung out backstage at the OVO Arena Wembley.
Uploading it to her Instagram Stories, 32-year-old Helen posted a ‘crying with laughter’ emoji and wrote: “Rosie and Jason.”
She added: “Lovely to see you @ryanthomas84.)”
Helen, who has three children with her footballer fiancé Scott Sinclair, travelled down to London for the glitzy event from her home up north.
After rubbing shoulders with the stars of the small screen, she later returned to her hotel for a McDonald’s takeaway in bed.
Helen has since returned to her luxury “forever home” and has swapped her gorgeous red carpet gown for something more suited to mum duties.
The tired star, who quit Corrie as Rosie Webster in 2018, snapped a selfie while on the train and told her followers: “Time to get my mum of three Halloween activity head on.
“Back for school run!”
Helen added: “Yes that is pesto on my cheek.”
In March, Helen gave fans a sneak peek inside hers and Scott’s “forever home” after he secretly bought it for her as a surprise.
The couple secretly moved into the plush pad in August 2021 after moving out of their previous house in Manchester.
Helen and Scott’s children – Matilda, seven, Delilah, four, and Charlie, one – even have a Harry Potter playroom in their new home, while they can relax in a luxurious grey lounge.
The actress told OK!: It’s a house I’ve always really wanted and Scott surprised me with it.”
She added: “With Scott’s career, we’ve always moved a lot and rented, so to now have our own house is amazing… We’re so happy.”
Helen dazzled at the NTAs
She later scoffed a McDonald’s in bed
Helen has now travelled back home to Scott and their kids