Corrie’s Elle Mulvaney is worlds away from Weatherfield in stunning plunging gown
Coronation Street's Elle Mulvaney stunned fans as she donned a dress with a plunging neckline for a night out with pals.
The actress, 20, looked worlds away from her character Amy Barlow as she beamed for the camera before hitting the town.
As she enjoyed a night out with friends, Elle oozed glamour as she teamed the neon dress with white open-toe heels and a matching bag.
Taking to her Instagram account, the actress shared a selection of snaps from the night out, which showed the star beaming alongside pals as well as posing solo.
In the caption, Elle revealed where the pals headed out in Manchester and revealed that her stunning dress was a charity shop find.
She wrote: “Didsbury gin x mamas shelter good vibes all round dress is @zara preloved from @oxfamgb.".
Fans were quick to comment on the post, with one writing: “The prettiest lady."
A second simply wrote: “Beautiful."
The night out comes after Elle recently shared holiday photos from a trip to Morocco.
On screen, Elle’s Corrie character Amy Barlow is currently struggling with trauma following a horrific rape ordeal.
Amy was sexually assaulted by Aaron Sandford, played by James Craven, after the pair spent went on a night out together.
Following the ordeal, Amy confronted Aaron but he insisted that they were both drunk – and that what happened was consensual.
He also pleaded with her to keep quiet about what had happened and not mention it to his girlfriend Summer Spellman, played by Harrier Bibby.
Since the ordeal, Amy has kept quiet but the trauma she has experienced has begun to show, with those around her visibly worried.
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