Kym Marsh jumps to Corrie co-star’s defence after Botox jibe

Kym spoke out after Kate Ford targeted with "mean" comment

Kym Marsh has said she feels for Coronation Street co-star Kate Ford, as she’s also been subjected to nasty remarks online.

Last week, Kate – who plays Tracey Barlow – revealed a woman had tweeted a photo of her forehead and suggested she needs Botox.

Well, Kym was NOT amused.

Kate Ford revealed last week someone has suggested she needs Botox (Credit: FAMEFLYNET)

Writing in her weekly OK! column, the soap star called the comment “mean” and said she couldn’t understand why people wanted to drag each other down.

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Kym wrote: “I’ve got used to the odd vile comment on Twitter and it doesn’t really affect me any more. Although that’s sad in a way, isn’t it?

“We should all be kinder. I love Kate Ford – she’s a beautiful person inside and out and it really annoys me that someone should hurt her feelings, so back off!”

Kym called Corrie co-star Kate a “beautiful person inside and out” (Credit: Fameflynet)

The actress also said “you can’t win sometimes” and if someone chooses not to have a cosmetic procedure, they can be told they need one, and if they do have a procedure, they can be told they didn’t need it!

Kate revealed the nasty comment in a tweet last week.

She told fans: “I won’t Twitter shame, but I’m a 40-year-old woman and another woman has just tweeted a picture of my forehead and said she doesn’t believe in Botox but if she had a forehead like mine, she would. Shame on you! You do women a disservice!”

Kym isn’t the only one of Kate’s Coronation Street co-stars to support her.

Catherine Tyldesley, who plays Eva Price, tweeted in response: “You’re kidding me?? Jealously babe. Pure and simple – you’re fit as! What a polluted soul she has. Give me a wrinkle over a [bleep] personality any day.”

And Sally Ann Matthews, aka Jenny Bradley, said: “Unbelievable. I’m giving her my ‘special’ death glare.”

Kym has said she advises Corrie newcomers to avoid reading online comments (Credit: Fameflynet)

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Meanwhile, Kym revealed in her OK! column last July that she’s previously warned new Corrie co-stars to be wary of reading online comments.

She wrote: “When anyone starts at Coronation Street, I tell them never to read them – you’d just want to quit immediately.”

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