Sarah Platt actress Tina O'Brien's personal life has been in the headlines this week.
Now Tina has posted another snap to Instagram - this time a fun throwback with fellow Corrie star Jack P Shepherd.
The image - posted to Tina's Instagram feed - shows the pair holding a photograph showing their characters when they were children.
Tina has played Sarah-Louise Platt since 1999 when she was 16, while Jack plays her on-screen brother David Platt.
The pair's friendship goes back even further: they first met when they appeared in legendary BBC series, Clocking Off
Tina simply captioned the image: "#tbt #sarahlou #davidplatt"
Many of Tina's 414,000 followers took to the social media site to share their delight at the throwback shot.
This is literally everything, nothing has changed your both still amazing.
"This is literally everything, nothing has changed you're both still amazing," one gushed.
Another wrote: "my FAVOURITE picture ever!!!"
"Aww you two have certainly group up together. Great actors love seeing you both every week. Xx" a third commented.
Tina's ex, Ryan Thomas, recently announced on social media that he and fiancée Lucy Mecklenburgh are expecting their first child together.
He also posted a video of his daughter Scarlett, who he shares with Tina, crying as she was told she was going to be a big sister.
The 10-year-old was filmed opening a box that said "open me" at a family party.
She then buried her face in her hands as she cried "happy tears" over the news.
Days later, Tina shared a quote on Instagram - which has since been deleted - leaving fans speculating that it was about Ryan and Lucy.
The quote read: "Don’t always trust what you see on social media. Even salt looks like sugar."
The post has since been removed from Tina's Instagram but she posted another quote on Tuesday night which read: "Don't waste your time with explanations."
Reports have since suggested Tina has unfollowed Ryan and Lucy on social media.
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