CORONATION Street star Sally Dynevor has shared a rare snap of her daughter Hattie on her last day at school.
The proud mum, 58, remembered taking the 18-year-old to primary school for the first time in a contrasting picture.
She wrote: “Can’t believe it’s Hattie’s last day of school. Where has the time gone. New adventures lie ahead.”
Her fans loved the sweet snaps showing how much Hattie had changed over the years, from a tottering youngster in a blue coat to a woman ready to embark on adulthood.
Mum-of-three Sally’s eldest daughter is Phoebe Dynevor, 27.
The actress has starred as Daphne Bridgerton in both series of Netflix’s steamy period drama Bridgerton.
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Meanwhile on Sunday night soap fans fumed as Corrie won a Bafta but was ‘disrespected’ when the moment didn’t air on the telly.
Sally Metcalfe star Sally accepted the award for best Soap and Continuing Drama with costar Charlie De Melo and show bosses.
The ITV soap was up against Emmerdale and BBC medical dramas Casualty and the now axed Holby in the Soap and Continuing Drama category.
Sally used her acceptance speech to highlight the important hate crime storyline in the ITV soap ripped straight from the headlines.
Twenty-year-old Sophie Lancaster, a self-described “goth”, was murdered in August 2007 after she and boyfriend Robert Maltby were beaten and left for dead by a gang of drunken yobs
Her story was told through Nina Lucas (Mollie Gallagher) and Seb Franklin (Harry Visinoni) who were attacked, with the latter dying of his injuries.
“We weren’t expecting this tonight, we really weren’t, so thank you so much Bafta for this award,” Sally started.
“Working on this show is just a privilege – and the drama and the comedy go so well on Corrie.
“And one of the most important stories we have told this year was the hate crime story. So we would like to dedicate this to Sophie Lancaster and her mother Sylvia Lancaster.”
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Despite Sally’s moving speech, Corrie fans were livid that the moving moment did not air in the main broadcast on live TV.
Instead it was categorised under ‘other awards’ and her speech subsequently published to social media.