She’s a doting mother to her three children.
And Sally Dynevor was seen enjoying a stroll with her youngest daughter Hattie, 17, as they stepped out in Hale, Cheshire, on Monday.
The Coronation Street star, 57, cut an effortlessly stylish figure for the low-key outing in light denim jeans and a white shirt.
Mother and daughter: Sally Dynevor was seen enjoying a stroll with her youngest daughter Hattie, 17, as they stepped out in Hale, Cheshire, on Monday
Sally looked ready for summer in black sandals and a pair of sunglasses, completing her ensemble by wearing a phone holder bag across her torso.
The actress, who plays Sally Webster on the soap, seemed to be in good spirits as she strolled along the street and chatted.
Hattie also kept things casual in a white hoodie and patterned leggings which she styled with white trainers.
She wore the majority of her blonde locks down, only clipping back the top section, and matched her mother by donning a pair of sunglasses.
Relaxed: The Coronation Street star, 57, cut an effortlessly stylish figure in light denim jeans and a white shirt while her daughter opted for patterned leggings and a jumper
Sally is married to writer Tim Dynevor, 59, with the couple sharing three children- Bridgerton actress Phoebe, 26, son Samuel, 24, and 17-year-old daughter Hattie.
It comes after Phoebe reassured Bridgerton fans that Regé-Jean Page’s character The Duke Of Hastings will still be a part of season two, despite not appearing on screen.
The actor, 31, left fans disappointed when he revealed he won’t be starring in the follow-up season, after alluring legions of admirers after his turn as the amorous Duke in series one.
But Phoebe told The Wrap: ‘I think he’ll definitely be referred to a lot. [The show will] just focus more on [her character Daphne’s] relationship with the Bridgerton Family.
Talented family: Sally is also mum to her daughter Phoebe, 26, who shot to international fame after starring as Daphne in Netflix hit show Bridgerton (pictured at The Ned last Wednesday)
‘It’s definitely different. I’ve said it before, but I think the fans who have read the books and know the books are aware that every season will focus on a different sibling’s journey.
‘And it might be a little bit more of a – not shock, but like a surprise for the fans that love Daphne and Simon’s story so much. But I think that’s honestly the joy of the show in the long-term, getting to see these different love stories play out.
‘I think every season is just going to be really different and magical in its own way.’
Star: Phoebe has reassured Bridgerton fans that Regé-Jean Page’s character The Duke Of Hastings will still be a part of season two, despite not appearing on screen (pictured together in the first series)
The actress has been busy filming season two of Bridgerton and her new project, The Colour Room, back-to-back.
Bridgerton has been renewed for a third and fourth season with Netflix, and series two is based on Julia Quinn’s second Bridgerton novel The Viscount Who Loved Me.
The second season will shift the focus to Daphne’s brother Anthony (Jonathan Bailey), who will go on the hunt for a suitable bride when he meets sisters Kate and Edwina Sheffield, renamed Sharma for the show.
Phoebe has been filming The Colour Room alongside co-star Matthew Goode, where she plays Clarice, a vivacious young factory worker in the industrial British midlands during the 1920s.
Exciting: Bridgerton has been renewed for a second, third and fourth season with Netflix, and the next season tells the story of Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey, pictured)