Kym Marsh praises Corrie bosses
Kym Marsh has praised her 'Coronation Street' bosses for being ''fantastic'' throughout the course of her difficult pregnancy.
Kym Marsh says her 'Coronation Street' bosses have been "fantastic" throughout her difficult pregnancy.
The actress - who plays mouthy Michelle Connor in the ITV1 soap - has been on modified bed rest due to complications with her unborn baby, and says the bosses of the show have been incredibly understanding by writing her character out of storylines at short notice.
She said: "They were fantastic, even though they had to change everything. I went in to film for half a day and then they released me."
The 34-year-old star - whose baby son Archie died in February 2009 after being born 18 weeks early - also told how many of her fellow cast members have been hugely supportive during her time away from 'Corrie', which has been incredibly reassuring.
She added to new! magazine: "Ali King, Bev Callard and Charlie Condou have been and I'm in constant contact with Antony Cotton.
"Julie Hesmondhalgh has been on the phone every week celebrating my milestones with me. It's times like this when you realise who cares about you."
Kym and her 'Hollyoaks' hunk fiance Jamie Lomas are expecting a baby girl next month. She also has two children, son David, 15, and daughter Emily, 13, from a previous relationship.