Corrie’s Charlie Condou On Co-Parenting With Partner Cameron and Friend Catherine | Loose Women

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Subscribe now for more! Charlie Condou became a household name when he played midwife Marcus Dent in Coronation Street, but he’s swapped the Cobbles for Keller Ward as he is currently starring as Doctor Ben in Holby City. Today, the soap star talks about his new role and how it has allowed him to spend more time with his two children. Charlie also reveals why he didn’t feel shame in accepting a job as a waiter when acting work dried up, the joys of co-parenting with the children’s mother Catherine, who gave birth to Georgia and Hal via IVF, and how it was Kathy Burke who first inspired him to become a father. From series 24, broadcast on 08/01/20

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