Alan Halsall has shared the sweetest photo of his daughter Sienna-Rae visiting the Coronation Street set.
The actor, who plays Tyrone Dobbs in the soap, took to Instagram on Monday to post a snap of his little girl taking a stroll on the cobbles outside the Rovers Return pub.
Alan explained that Sienna-Rae had brought home a teddy from her school and she has to visit a string of places and take pictures with the soft toy.
In the picture, Sienna is seen holding the teddy while sporting a pink, blue and grey striped coat and white tights, with her hair in braids.
Alan captioned the post: “Any parent will know about these Teddies kids bring home from school and have pictures with?? Today Sienna took hers to the most famous street and pub in England #daddiesprincess.”
Fans couldn’t get enough of the adorable pic with one person writing: “Remember those days well, beautiful dad & daughter time.”
Another joked: “Nothing like setting the bar too high for the other parents! Brilliant!” while a third gushed: “Fabulous. Enjoy every moment and treasure.”
Alan also posted a snap to his Instagram story showing Sienna-Rae outside the house his character Tyrone lives in with wife Fiz Brown, played by Jennie McAlpine.
The photo sees the little girl stood outside the blue door while clutching the teddy.
Alan wrote on the pic: “She only wanted to see Fiz,” followed by a laughing face emoji.
He also added stickers which read, “This girl” and “I love my daughter”.
Alan shares his daughter with his ex, former Corrie actress Lucy-Jo Hudson, whom he split from earlier this year.
Sienna Rae’s visit to the Corrie set comes after Alan revealed he’s staying at the soap for at least another year.
Alan told the Daily Star that he’s signed another one-year contract to take him into his 20th year on the ITV soap.
He said: “To reach the 20-year milestone makes me feel old but I’m also really humbled by it.
“I’m born and raised in Salford where Coronation Street is set, so it’s always been a big thrill for me and my family when I sign a new contract.”
Alan also revealed how he still gets nervous when the contract renewal comes around each year as he expects to be axed each time.
He added: “Not knowing what will happen is part and parcel of my job. It’s always expected that my character could be written out. I would be devastated but that possibility is part of what I do.”