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Helen Flanagan fears “getting broody” after moving in with boyfriend

OHMYGOSSIP — Helen Flanagan has admitted that she may start planning for a baby after moving in with boyfriend Scott Sinclair. However, the ex-Coronation Street actress said that she hopes buying a pet dog will put a stop to her current mood.

“I’d like a dog to stop me getting broody,” she told The Sun. “I’ll probably get a little baby dog. I’d like a Chihuahua.”

Flanagan announced her Corrie departure last October, with her final scenes playing out in February.

Of her future plans, she added: “I’m only 21, I even thought of maybe going back to university. I just want to live for the moment really.”

Flanagan has been dating Swansea City footballer Sinclair since January.

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Helen Joyce Flanagan (born 7 August 1990) is an English actress best known for playing Rosie Webster in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street.
 
Flanagan has played Rosie Webster in Coronation Street since 2000, when she was ten years old. In the 2006 British Soap Awards, Flanagan was nominated for the Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress, losing to Ellis Hollins. In 2007, she was nominated for “Villain of the Year” at the same awards, losing out to Jack P. Shepherd, who plays David Platt in Coronation Street.


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