Tina O'Brien delays her wedding plans
Tina O'Brien has "stalled" her wedding plans because she can't decide what type of ceremony she'd like to have
Tina O'Brien has "stalled" her wedding plans.
The 'Coronation Street' actress - who plays the role of Sarah Platt in the longstanding soap - has pulled the brakes "a little" on her special day because she is "struggling" to decide what style of ceremony she would like when she ties the knot with fiancé Adam Crofts.
Speaking about her marital plans to OK! magazine, the golden-haired beauty - who got engaged to the dark-haired hunk in May 2016 after meeting six years prior - said: "We started the initial planning and we have stalled a little.
"I'm kind of struggling with what style of wedding I want. Originally I was thinking of having a big wedding, now I'm thinking about something more intimate.
"I'm very indecisive at the minute! Poor Adam is just having to bear with me."
And the 33-year-old star - who has eight-year-old daughter Scarlett with her previous partner Ryan Thomas, and two-year-old son Beau with Adam - has revealed her oldest child is desperate for her to have the fairytale wedding, which will see her say her vows in a castle whilst she adorns the "biggest meringue dress".
She said: "She'd have me in a castle in the biggest meringue dress you could imagine."
Although Tina is undecided on whether she wants an extravagant bash, or a more intimate do, she does know she wants her co-stars to share her special day with her.
Speaking about the guests she wants to attend, she said: "Obviously Helen Worth [Gail Rodwell], who is my 'Corrie' mum. I would want Samia Longchambon [Maria Connor] to be there, as I adore her.
"Jack P. Shepherd [David Platt] and his fiancée Lauren, too. Then there's my on-screen daughter Lucy Fallon [Bethany Platt]. I would love to invite Paula Lane [the late Kylie Platt]. Also the girls I share a dressing room with, so we can have a good dance. That's Cath Tyldesley, Brooke Vincent and Katie McGlynn. Plus my Rover colleagues Kym Marsh, Simon Gregson, and Beverley Callard and Jennie McAlpine."