Coronation Street stars Isabella and William Flanagan have returned to work after months off.
The young actors, who play Hope Stape and Joseph Brown, stopped working due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However their mum, Rachel, recently announced on Instagram that the twins are now back on set.
She shared a picture of the two looking overjoyed outside the Coronation Street set in Salford.
She captioned the post: “Yesterday for the first time in a long time these two got to go to work. Lovely seeing them back doing what they love.”
Fans commented on the post saying they can’t wait to see them back on screen.
One wrote: “Can’t wait to see them back on screen.”
A second commented: “Glad to see they are back working. Can’t wait to see them back on our screens.”
A third said: “Yay! Look forward to seeing them back.”
Another added: “That is lovely. I hope Amelia is back on Emmerdale soon.”
Coronation Street: Isabella and William return to work
Although filming resumed on Corrie back in June, children and actors over the age of 70 did not return.
Isabella and William’s older sister, Amelia Flanagan, is also an actress and is well known for playing April Windsor in Emmerdale.
However it hasn’t been confirmed if Amelia has returned to work yet.
Coronation Street: Young actors returning to work
Although Isabella and William have only just got back to filming, young actors have started to re-appear on-screen more recently.
In last night’s episodes (Wednesday, September 30) baby Tianna was involved in emotional scenes as Michael found out that he was not her father.
Later this week, Nick Tilsley’s son, Sam Blakeman, will make his first appearance. Sam is played by child actor Jude Riordan.
Coronation Street airs on Mondays and Wednesdays 7.30pm and 8.30pm with an hour long episode at 7.30 on Fridays on ITV
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