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Samia Ghadie wants chilled 2017

OHMYGOSSIP — Samia Ghadie wants a “chilled” 2017.
The ‘Coronation Street’ actress – who has daughter Freya, seven, from a past relationship and Yves, 15 months, with husband Sylvain Longchambon – is already planning her holidays for the coming year and is hoping things are quieter for her in the near future than they have been in recent years.
She said: “I think we’re planning to go somewhere hot with the kids at Easter. I’ve always wanted to go to Ibiza – I’d quite like to go there.
“The last two years have been busy so it would be nice if 2017 is a chilled year.”
But Samia’s husband has different ideas as the former ‘Dancing On Ice’ professional is keen to get started on some DIY.
Asked if they have any home improvements planned, he said: “We’re going to convert the loft into a man cave. Only Yves and I will be allowed up there. It’s going to be a party room.
“We’ll see if we can fit a big-screen TV, bar, dartboard and pool table up there.”
But Samia doesn’t seem convinced.
She said: “I think a pool table is really heavy. It might end up coming through the bedroom ceiling and landing on our heads!”
The brunette beauty is also hoping for a quieter 2017 for her ‘Corrie’ alter ego Maria Connor.
Asked if there are happier times ahead for Maria, she said in a recent interview: “I want to say yes but I don’t know. It’s never that happy for Maria.”

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