Tina O'Brien is reportedly preparing to tie the knot with her fiancé Adam Crofts in a romantic New Years Eve ceremony.
The Coronation Street actress got engaged to business-development manager Adam in 2016 and it's been said that the couple are seeing in the new year as husband and wife.
According to The Sun, Tina and Adam will wed at a boutique hotel in Tina's home town of Manchester on Monday.
Tina, who plays Sarah Platt in the soap, apparently only wanted family and close friends at the intimate ceremony.
Her Corrie co-stars have been spotted heading to the ceremony, including Jack P Shephard - who plays Tina's on-screen brother - Lucy Fallon, who plays Tina's on-screen daughter, Mikey North and his wife Rachael Isherwood and Tina's on-screen mum Helen Worth.
Tina is reported to have met Adam in a coffee shop in 2011, shortly after her split from former boyfriend and Corrie co-star Ryan Thomas.
The couple got engaged in 2016, but last year Tina admitted that she'd been procrastinating over how they should celebrate their big day.
She told OK! magazine: "I'm kind of struggling with what style of wedding I want.
"Originally, I was thinking of having a big wedding. Now I'm thinking about something more intimate.
I'm kind of struggling with what style of wedding I want.
"I'm very indecisive at the minute! Poor Adam is just having to bear with me."
Meanwhile, back in September, Tina embarked on her wild hen do with her close friends and soap co-stars Lucy (Bethany Platt), Sair Khan (Alya Nazir) and Julia Goulding (Shona Ramsey).
But after the first raucous night, things calmed down a bit, with the girls heading out for a spa day.
The girls then headed out for a meal - without bothering to change out of their robes.
Tina and Adam have a four-year-old son, Beau, while the actress also has a 10-year-old daughter from her relationship with Ryan.
ED! has contacted representatives for Tina for comment.
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