Brooke Vincent's tears as son goes off to nursery
- Bang Showbiz
- 13 January 2021
Brooke Vincent "cried" as her son went off to nursery for the first time
Brooke Vincent "cried" as her son went off to nursery for the first time.
The 'Coronation Street' star – who has Mexx, 14 months, with her partner Kean Bryan, and is expecting their second child – admitted she shedded a tear when she dropped her little one off for his tester day.
She wrote on Instagram: "My little sidekick went to nursery today for his first tester day. He was so brave, he gave me and his daddy a kiss & waved us off goodbye & off he went ... just like that, me on the other hand,I got home and cried into my washing!! Tell me that’s normal!! (sic)"
Meanwhile, the 28-year-old actress previously admitted she got tearful at the thought of her son Mexx becoming a big brother to the new baby, which she recently confirmed is a boy.
She shared: "It makes me want to cry thinking about it. I don't think I'm a soppy person, but the thought of him being a big brother and being caring really does make my little heart fuzzy."
Brooke and Kean confirmed the happy news they are to have another baby in November last year.
The actress – who plays Sophie Webster on the ITV soap – said: "I'm quite chilled about it. I'm really lucky with Mexx, because he's a good baby. But I just think to myself, 'You don’t have any other option!' So if he's up all night crying, I can't give him to anyone, so I have to just deal with it.
"It's a perk having them together and growing together – that's what I really wanted."
And while her first pregnancy was a “massive shock to the system”, she said her body is coping much better the second time around and she is "feeling really good".
She added: "I'm feeling really good. It's been a hard year for everyone, so it's some nice news. It's a little bit different with your second because you know what's coming.
"When I was pregnant with Mexx, it was just a massive shock to the system and I was tired all the time and didn't understand why, whereas now, I know what's going on and I've been getting on with it a bit more. I don't really have the time to be saying, 'I'm so tired!' because I've got another baby to look after."