Coronation Street cast let their hair down at Manchester Pride

They had a float and looked fabulous

The cast of Coronation Street hit the streets of Manchester this weekend for Manchester Pride.

The soap had a float and many of their cast members, including Faye Brookes, Antony Cotton, Dolly-Rose Campbell, and Sally Dynevor joined in the fun.

Corrie shared snaps of the day to their Instagram account, captioning one: “We’re feeling the love.”

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We’re feeling the love at @manchesterpride 2019! 🏳️‍🌈❤️ #ITVPride #onelove #equality #deepspacepride #Corrie

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In another set of pictures, they said they were having great fun on the float.

Stars including Rob Mallard, Charlie De Melo and Sally can be seen enjoying themselves.

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We’re having a great time on the float @manchesterpride! ⠀ ⠀⠀ #ITVPride #onelove #equality #deepspacepride #Corrie

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Earlier in the day, the cast were certainly getting into the spirit of things as they prepared to board the float.

The post asked fans: “Who’s joining Team Corrie in celebrating the love in Manchester today?”

Faye Brookes, who has had a torrid time recently, following her split with Gareth Gates, looked stunning in a long purple wig and sequinned silver jump suit, with glitter on her face.

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Faye really let her hair down (Credit:

Faye quit Corrie to concentrate on her wedding to Gareth.

The couple had a seven-year on/off relationship before getting engaged in January and it was recently claimed they had tried their best to “make it work” between them but ultimately decided just to be friends.

Kym came out in support of Faye (Credit: Alucard /

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Earlier this month, friend and ex-Corrie colleague Kym Marsh said she thinks it’s better the pair made a “brave” decision to call off their wedding rather than end things further down the line.

Writing in her column for OK! magazine, she said: “I sent Faye a text to let her know I’m thinking of her and I said I hoped she was doing OK.

“As sad as it is, it’s better to split before walking down the aisle with someone than marrying someone knowing it’s not the right thing to do.

“Sometimes the bravest and best thing you can do is walk away from the relationship.”

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