Coronation Street's Sally Dynevor celebrates her Bridgerton star daughter Phoebe's 26th birthday by sharing a sweet family snap
Sally Dynevor has marked her daughter Phoebe's 26th birthday by sharing a sweet snap of them together.
Taking to Instagram on Saturday to celebrate her eldest daughter's big day, the Coronation Street star, 57, was seen wrapping her arms lovingly around her in an adorable black-and-white snap.
Phoebe was also holding her mum close to her in the family picture as they enjoyed some quality mother-daughter time together.
Sharing a gushing tribute, Sally wrote in the caption: 'Happy Birthday Phoebe. Love you so much xxx'
Phoebe rose to fame after starring as Daphne Bridgerton in Netflix's smash hit series Bridgerton, which followed her character's romance with Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page).
Phoebe's co-star Luke Newton, who plays Daphne's brother Colin in the show, also paid tribute to the actress on her birthday by sharing a picture of the Bridgerton family on set.
Over a picture from the scene where Daphne marries the Duke, Luke wrote: 'Happy Birthday sister.'
Nicola Coughlan, who stars as Penelope Featherington in the drama, shared a selfie alongside Phoebe, writing: 'You truly are a diamond inside and out.'
She then added: 'Also I wish I had a better picture of us than this blurriness'
After receiving all the lovely messages, Phoebe took to Instagram to thank her loved ones and fans for wishing her a happy birthday by sharing a picture from the set of her new film The Colour Room.
Bridgerton has been renewed for a second, third and fourth season with Netflix, and the next season is based on Julia Quinn's second Bridgerton novel The Viscount Who Loved Me.
The book sees Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) go on the hunt for a suitable bride when he meets Kate and Edwina Sheffield, renamed Sharma for the show.
While he tries to pursue Edwina he finds himself becoming attracted to Kate instead, despite the fact they are often at odds with each other.
Simone Ashley was announced to be playing Kate, and her character's surname has been altered to reflect Simone's South-Asian background.
The show has been praised for mixing up tired casting, and featuring BAME cast members in prominent societal roles such as Regé-Jean as the Duke of Hastings, Golda Rosheuvel as Queen Charlotte, and Adjoa Andoh as Lady Danbury.
Fans were left shocked recently when breakout star Page, 31, revealed he wouldn't be reprising his role as the Duke of Hastings in the groundbreaking period drama.