Helen Flanagan moves back with parents
Helen Flanagan has moved back into her parents' home amid rumours she is planning to quit 'Coronation Street' for the sake of her health.
Helen Flanagan has moved back into her parents' home amid rumours she is planning to quit 'Coronation Street'.
The 21-year-old actress - who has portrayed Rosie Webster in the ITV1 soap since she was nine - has left the apartment she rented in Manchester's exclusive Alderley Edge suburb to head back to her mum and dad's place in Bolton.
However, the brunette beauty - who is currently dating Swansea footballer Scott Sinclair - admitted she has no plans to live on her own again, and she doesn't know what she'd do without her dad.
Writing on her twitter page, Helen said: "After dads meeting he's coming to save the day ie read my water readings and go through paperwork, don't know what I'd do without my dad.
"I'm moving out of my appartment today and back to my parents till the new year cant wait to go back home. Won't live on my own again. (sic)"
Helen - who was spotted fleeing the 'Coronation Street' set in tears in August after shooting semi-naked modelling scenes - has told bosses she is contemplating leaving the soap when her current contract ends in March because she is worried about the negative effects the show is having on her health.
A source told the Sunday Mirror newspaper: "It's no secret Helen has been struggling recently. She's been working hard and the stress has got to her. Experiencing those panic attacks has shaken her up really badly.
"She has said she doesn't want to renew her contract. Corrie may have to face up to life without Rosie Webster."