Alan Halsall was told by psychic he'll have twins one day
Alan Halsall of 'Coronation Street' and Lucy-Jo Hudson have been told by a psychic they'll have twins one day in the future.
'Coronation Street' star Alan Halsall and his wife Lucy-Jo Hudson have been told by a psychic they'll have twins one day.
The 32-year-old actor - who's starred as Tyrone Dobbs on the ITV soap opera since 1998 - already has a 19-month-old daughter, Sienna, with actress Lucy-Jo, and has refused to rule out the prospect of having another child.
Asked if they want more children, Alan said: "We have spoken about it, but we're not in a rush. We say two children but I know people who have said that and have had twins."
Luly-Jo - who played the part of Katy Harris on 'Coronation Street' from 2002 until 2005, and married Alan in 2009 - told OK! magazine: "A physic has told me I'm going to have twins. We have twins in both of our families.
"When I was first pregnant with Sienna, I thought I was having twins as I was so big. But she was just a big baby!"
In recent months, some of Alan's on-screen co-stars have given birth, including Jennie McAlpine - who plays Fizz - and Catherine Tyldesley - who stars as Eva, but that hasn't encouraged Alan and Lucy-Jo to try for another baby.
Asked if their babies have made Lucy-Jo feel broody, she said: "No, not really! I remember the sleepless nights too well and we're both really enjoying Sienna. She is so much fun. Eventually we will have another one."