CORONATION Street’s Catherine Tyldesley has revealed she wants to adopt her second child – but admits she’s too busy right now.
The actress, who is already mum to five-year-old Alfie, made the revelation as she honestly answered questions from her fans.
Taking part in an Instagram Q&A, Catherine was asked: “Would you have anymore children?”
The 37-year-old replied: “Sounds awful but I’m so busy at the moment.
“I’d like another at some point. I’ve always wanted two.”
She added: “Maybe adoption. So many children needing good homes.”
The Northern star married photographer Tom Pitfield in 2016 and has been honest about her desire to have more children after Alfie was born.
She told Hello! magazine: “We’d love for Alfie to have a little brother or sister.
“I once said I’d like four but I think we will settle at two.”
The former Corrie star has gone onto an array of projects since her role on the popular soap.
After playing Eva Price for seven years, last year she starred in BBC One’s Scarborough and took part in Strictly Come Dancing.
Earlier this month the mum-of-one announced her debut play The Ceremony.
The supernatural comedy was pre-recorded at the Leeds City Varieties Music Hall and was streamed online for ten days.
Catherine said at the time: “I’m super excited about my first play going into production.
“I wrote ‘The Ceremony’ during lockdown. I’ve managed to assemble my dream cast along with one of my all-time favourite directors, the brilliant Lee Salisbury.
“Writing has always been close to my heart and to finally see my words brought to life by such incredible talent, is nothing short of a dream come true.”