Samia Ghadie banned mother from wedding
Samia Ghadie reportedly wouldn't let her mother Patsy attend her wedding earlier this month after they fell out at her son Yves' christening last year.
Samia Ghadie banned her own mother from her wedding.
The 'Coronation Street' actress reportedly told her mum Patsy, 66, she wasn't welcome at the Delamere Manor in Cheshire, when she tied the knot with her beau Sylvain Longchambon earlier this month after they had a falling out.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Samia might be all smiles on screen but behind closed doors it's been nothing but a nightmare for her. Her ongoing family feud is more suited to something from 'Coronation Street' than real life. Some people were shocked her mum wasn't there."
The 34-year-old star reportedly locked horns with her own flesh and blood at the christening of her and Sylvain's first child Yves, 11 months, last year after Patsy was left sitting at the back of the church on her own at the ceremony.
A source said: "Patsy was left sitting at the back of the church during Yves' christening.
"She felt isolated and an unwanted granny. There's been tension between the pair ever since."
The blonde beauty also reportedly cut Patsy out from her hen do and refused to involve her in the wedding planning.
And she wasn't the only one absent from the big day as Samia's brother Tariq was also not at the wedding.
Her beloved father Joseph passed away seven years ago.
Meanwhile, although her immediate family didn't attend her wedding, Samia still had the "best day" as her six-year-old daughter Freya - whom she has from her first marriage to Matt Smith - walked her down the aisle at the ceremony.
She said recently "Freya walked me down the aisle. I didn't want her to give me away as she's never going to have to give me away in life, so she walked me down the aisle as Sylvain is getting Freya as well ...
"I wanted Freya to feel really involved in the wedding, which she was. She was really looking forward to that."
Samia and Sylvain, 36, met in 2013 when they were partnered together for 'Dancing On Ice'.