Helen joined Hattie Dynevor on a night out (Picture: Eamonn andJames Clarke)
The pair were said to have enjoyed an evening at Manchester’s Sexy Fish seafood restaurant.
They looked in high spirits as they left the venue on Sunday (October 29) evening.
Helen worked very closely with Hattie’s mum Sally during her 18 years on the cobbles, playing her on screen daughter.
They visited Sexy Fish in Manchester (Picture: Eamonn andJames Clarke)
The pair walked through Manchester arm in arm (Picture: Eamonn andJames Clarke)
During that time she had a number of dramatic storylines, but eventually left the show in 2018 to go on maternity leave.
Meanwhile, Sally’s real-life daughter has also found success as an actress, and is set to appear in the upcoming series of Waterloo Road, following in the footsteps of older sister Phoebe, who also appeared on the show.
Hattie is Sally Dynevor’s daughter (Picture: Sally Dynevor / Instagram)
Hattie is set to play the role of Libby Guthrie in the upcoming series of the BBC school drama.
Mum Sally took to social media after her casting was announce in order to share her pride over her daughter’s new role.
‘So proud of you Hattie Dynevor joining Waterloo Road playing Libby Guthrie. Such a fabulous cast and crew,’ she penned, alongside a photo of Hattie in character.
Helen recently made a social media post of her own, releasing a seemingly pointed statement following her split from former fiancé Scott Sinclair.
She took to her Instagram stories to share a quote from mental health expert Dr John Delony, which read:
‘Husbands: When you see your wife in pain or struggling, know this: She isn’t broken. She’s hurting. She doesn’t need your solutions. She doesn’t need you to tell her what she should do.
‘She needs you to ask: “What are one or two ways I can best love you right now?” She is the expert on her needs, not you. Love by listening, not telling.’
The pair looked in high spirits.