Corrie’s Ellie Leach Open’s Up On Her Personal Struggles & Faye’s Early Menopause Storyline | LW

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Ellie Leach, AKA Corronation Street’s Faye Windass, joined the panel to talk about her character’s early menopause storyline. She also spoke about growing up on the Coronation Street set, looking up to her cousin and former co-star Brooke Vincent and the pressures of growing up with social media.

From series 26, broadcast on 12/08/22

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