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Helen Flanagan stuns with sharp new look on night out in Manchester

Helen Flanagan showcased a sharp new look as she stepped out for dinner in Manchester.

The Coronation Street favourite turned heads in a power suit as she strutted arm-in-arm with her hairdresser and friend Jay Birmingham to Rosso restaurant.

The 31-year-old mother-of-three looked sleek in her cinched-in-at-the-waist jacket and matching trousers.

And she teamed her chocolate-coloured coordinates with caramel heels and a tiny russet handbag.

The Rosie Webster actress completed the stylish look with a mocha lip gloss.



Helen headed out for food with her hairdresser and friend Jay Birmingham

Helen played Rosie Webster in Corrie from 2000 to 2012.

She has daughters Matilda, six, and Delilah, three, with her footballer fiance Scott Sinclair, and in March they welcomed baby boy Charlie.



Helen turned heads in her power suit

On Saturday Helen shared a photo on her Instagram of her adorable daughters as they headed off to an acting class.

And the following day the proud mum shared a snap on her Instagram of herself and her boy in matching green loungewear.

“My perfect prince,” she captioned the photo.

In October the Bury soap star said she felt emotional about the thought of stopping breastfeeding after revealing that her son was likely to be her last baby.



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Helen previously said her third baby would be her last after suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, an extreme form of morning sickness that causes severe nausea and vomiting, which she’s had during all her pregnancies.

She said giving birth to Charlie, on Preston footballer Scott’s 32nd birthday, was one of her ‘proudest moments.’

They welcomed their boy at the Royal Bolton Hospital where Helen was also born.