Coronation Street actress Dolly-Rose Campbell looked almost unrecognisable compared to her soap alias as she posed with her on-screen partner.
Dolly-Rose, who plays Gemma Winter in the hit ITV soap, is used to playing the ‘gobby’ character, who recently had quads with her partner Chesney Brown.
Gemma typically appears on-screen with bold outfits comprised of plenty of sequins and glitter, and tends to pin her hair up into space buns or bunches.
But, in a snap taken at the Bolton Food and Drink Festival this weekend, Dolly-Rose looked totally different.
The star donned a navy blue frock emblazoned with a floral pattern, with a brown cardigan pulled over her shoulders as she posed for a photo.
The star wore her blonde locks loose and free to frame her face while she posed with her arm around Bolton Council CEO Anthony Oakman, with her co-star Sam Aston on his other side.
Sam and Dolly play on-screen partners Gemma and Chesney – so they’re no strangers to being around one another.
Later, the pair joined one of the festival’s chefs for a quick selfie, with Dolly stripping out of her cardigan to show off her sleeveless summer dress, raising her arm high to capture the best angle.
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Sam could be seen grinning beside her in a blue checked shirt worn open over a white tee and light blue jeans.
Dolly made her first appearance on the cobbles as Gemma back in 2014, a pal of the late Kylie Platt.
She quickly became a soap favourite, despite her rough beginnings and relationship with drug lord Callum Logan, and eventually hit it off with Chesney.
The couple welcomed quadruplets Aled, Bryn, Carys and Cleo, with Aled currently embroiled in a storyline concerning his Deafness – with Gemma torn over whether to get him fitted with cochlear implants.
And Chesney actor Sam is also no stranger to fatherhood in real life, having recently welcomed a son with his wife Briony.
Their son, Sonny, was born in August last year, admitting of his journey into fatherhood to OK! Magazine : "It’s hard to put into words. Just watching this tiny baby, who was six weeks premature, grow and now be doing so well is amazing.
"It’s such a rollercoaster."
Asked whether his experience of on-screen parenting prepared him for the reality, Sam laughed: "I think it did for holding a baby, but it’s not like I’m getting up in the night and changing their nappies!
"They only bring them on set for the take, so I hold them for a bit and then they go off with a chaperone or their mum."
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