Published On: Mon, May 10th, 2021

Catherine Tyldesley recrates wedding photos to mark five-year anniversary

Catherine Tyldesley recreates her wedding photos to mark five-year anniversary – as she discusses growing her family and hormonal imbalance experience

Catherine Tyldesley recreated her wedding photos with her husband Tom Pitfield to mark five years since they tied the knot.

In this week’s Hello! magazine, the actress, 37, slipped back into her elegant bridal gown by Philip Armstrong as she posed alongside her personal trainer spouse and their son Alfie, six, for a stunning shoot at Colshaw Hall in Cheshire.

The former Coronation Street star discussed the prospect of growing her family and also touched on how her body felt ‘like it was pregnant’ as she experienced a hormonal imbalance in her body for an accompanying interview.

Before and after: Catherine Tyldesley recreated her wedding snaps with husband Tom Pitfield and their son Alfie, six, to mark five years since they tied the knot (pictured L in 2016, R now)

In the original image, the performer and her long-term spouse cradled their little one, who was one at the time, as they exchanged vows at the grand manor house.

The screen star swapped her blonde locks for her light brunette tresses while looking as glamorous as ever in the new picture.

Meanwhile, the thespian revealed she put on a stone and had morning sickness as a result of her recent illness, which she didn’t disclose.

The TV star shared: ‘My body seemed to think it was pregnant. I took so many tests as I was convinced I was actually pregnant and even had morning sickness, but in fact my body was just mimicking a pregnancy.

'I put on a stone in weight': The former Corrie star, 37, touched on how her body felt 'like it was pregnant' as she experienced a hormonal imbalance in her body (pictured last month)

‘I put on a stone in weight’: The former Corrie star, 37, touched on how her body felt ‘like it was pregnant’ as she experienced a hormonal imbalance in her body (pictured last month)

'So many children need good homes': The actress echoed her comments during a Q&A session with fans late last year

‘So many children need good homes’: The actress echoed her comments during a Q&A session with fans late last year 

Options open: On the prospect of having more children, the Viewpoint star said: 'We are so happy as a three, but if it happens, that's wonderful

Options open: On the prospect of having more children, the Viewpoint star said: ‘We are so happy as a three, but if it happens, that’s wonderful

‘My endocrinologist said she’d never seen such a reaction. It felt like I’d given birth without having a baby. I put on a stone in weight even though I was eating well and training hard. It is only now that I feel I’ve got my body back.

Out now! Read the full story in Hello! magazine, out now

Out now! Read the full story in Hello! magazine, out now

On the prospect of having more children, the Viewpoint star said: ‘We are so happy as a three and we don’t ever feel like there is anything missing, but would I like another child? Yes, I think I would, so if it happens, then that’s wonderful.’

The Salford native added that she feels ‘very passionate’ about adoption, hailing the process as ‘one of the greatest things you can do for another person.’ 

Catherine echoed her comments during a Q&A session with fans late last year, stating: ‘I’d like another as some point. I’ve always said I wanted two. Maybe adoption. So many children needing good homes.’ 

The mother-of-one has been keeping busy since quitting her role of Eva Price on Coronation Street in 2018, appearing on shows such as sitcom Scarborough and ITV police drama Viewpoint.

Read the full story in Hello! magazine, out now.

Famous for: The TV star played Eva Price on Corrie from June 2011 until August 2018 on ITV's Coronation Street (pictured)

Famous for: The TV star played Eva Price on Corrie from June 2011 until August 2018 on ITV’s Coronation Street (pictured)

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