The youngest stars on Coronation Street gave the queen a sweet gift as she walked down the street.
95-year-old king Walked the cobblestones of Weatherfield on Thursday morning Last December on the occasion of her 60th birthday after a visit to the set and studios after soap.
Its red carpet was welcomed as people on the street praised the sound Carrie The theme song is running out.
The Queen met with a host of the show’s cast and crew, and walked down the paved road before popping into the studio where the entrance to the Rovers Return was filmed.
Among the cast members she declined to speak were Christie Sooms and Harriet Atkins, best known for photographing the children of Rosie Dobbs and Hopestep, Phase and Tyrone.
Kerry has revealed that he presented Queen Elizabeth with a “Little Red Robin” tree, with which Robin was a symbol of good luck and good fortune.
The tree was then gifted back to the Victoria Street Garden planting program for the joy of his visit.
And it was not the only gift she received during her journey.
Molly Gallagher, who plays Nelly Lucas, Alex Warner, actor Liam Bairstow, and Elle Moulvani, who portrayed Amy Barlow, also presented the Queen with some special memorabilia.
Soap confirmed that it included an original ‘Carrie Cobble’ from a set opened by its majesty in 1981, specially engraved by local stonemasons, as well as a bottle of the early 60th anniversary edition. Weatherfield Spirit ‘Jin was also involved. Mehrt Manchester Skyline of Glass.
Here was every fan’s dream – a signature birthday book and a bag of carry stuff, including some Newton and Ridley beer mats, which we hope will be used at Buckingham Palace.
The Queen spent 40 minutes in a set at Salford, talking to many members of the cast.
He started out with Rovers from Bill Roche, talking to Ken Barlow, Barbara Knox, who is cast as Rita, and Soo Nichols, who plays Audrey and Helen Worth. Soaps are known as gels.
Barbara was full of hesitation for the royal, and said “brought sunshine”.
“You know you’re like a ray of sunshine,” the famous actress told the Queen.
“And you have given us all such lifts (with) coming, really thank you very much.
“We all love you, the world loves you.”
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The queen, who asked if he had managed to film during the epidemic, replied: “It’s really amazing that you can move on”, to which Bill laughed: “Okay. “Mothers, you are the one who has been walking.”
As the Queen studied more members of the cast, she asked: “I haven’t been able to see it all the time.
“Are you all good?” Ben Price, who plays Nick, stood by the screen’s brother David, played by Jack P. Shepherd, saying: “I can say with confidence that Jack is a bad boy.
“There is always controversy,” he added.
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