Huge Coronation Street reunion as Denise Welch cuddles up to THREE soap legends for glam night out | The Sun

A HUGE Coronation Street reunion took place as Denise Welch cuddled up to three soap legends on a glam night out.

Denise Welch is a patron at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester, and she was joined by Corrie stars Sally Dynevor, Julie Hesmondhalgh and Angela Lonsdale for a party at the venue.

The group beamed for the photo at the venue, with Denise looking chic in large glasses, a white linen shirt and trousers.

Denise was cast in the femme fatale role of Natalie Horrocks on Coronation Street from 1997 to 2000.

She and Sally Dynevor’s character, Sally Webster, were famously rivals on the soap and even had a Corrie cobbles catfight.

For those who don't remember her, she clashed with Sally Metcalfe (then Webster) after Natalie had a full-fledged affair with Kevin behind her back.

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She ended up falling in love with him and then convinced him to leave Sally – which he did. Consequently, Natalie became a severely disliked resident on Corrie after breaking up the marriage.

Later Natalie was left heartbroken when Kevin changed his mind and returned back to Sally and his family.

Julie Hesmondhalgh played the role of Hayley Cropper in the ITV soap between 1998 and 2014, and Angela Lonsdale was a police officer Emma Taylor and later the wife of Curly Watts, and left the show in 2003.

Sally Dynevor is still on the soap after a whopping 37 years, after joining back in 1986.

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On the show, she was initially married to Kevin Webster, played by Michael Le Vell and is the mum of Sophie (Brooke Vincent) and Rosie (Helen Flanagan).

In 2015 she won a British Soap Award for Best Comedy Performance.

And in 2016 she won another British Soap Award for Best On-Screen partnership with Joe Duttine.

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