She’s previously revealed that her daughter has transformed her life. And Helen Flanagan certainly looked like she was enjoying every moment of motherhood as she cradled two-year-old Matilda at the CBeebies Hotel opening at Alton Towers in Derbyshire on Friday. The Coronation Street star beamed with joy as she made her grand arrival, stepping out without her footballer partner Scott Sinclair.


Helen, 26, kept her look casual for the occasion, sporting a tiny white crop top and a loose denim shirt, worn open to reveal her flat stomach. The blonde beauty wore a pair of chic cropped trousers and white leather loafers, embracing a menswear vibe. She coiffed her ombre hairdo in a funky side bun and toned down her usual heavy make-up.

Matilda looked super cute in a zebra print top and legs, giggling with delight while cuddling up to her mum.


Helen recently reprised her role as Rosie Webster in the ITV soap after taking a break to pursue other projects.  Despite loving her high-flying career as an actress, the mum-of-one discussed how she feels guilty leaving her mum to look after her daughter.


Helen said: ‘My mum is doing most of the childcare, but I did get a bit of “mum guilt” when I first had to leave her to go back to Corrie. ‘I’ve never felt anything like that before. ‘Then I thought, I’m not doing anything wrong – just because I’m going to work doesn’t mean that I’m a bad mum.’

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