Inside Coronation Street star Jack P Shepherd’s £1,200 a night luxury birthday trip to Kent | The Sun
CORONATION Street star Jack P Shepherd showed fans inside his luxury birthday trip to a hotel in a safari park.
The actor, who plays David Platt in the ITV soap, rented a £1,200-a-night wigwam standing 7m tall that boasted panoramic views of the stunning Kent countryside.
The TV star, 34, made the long drive south to Hythe, Kent, with girlfriend Hanni to celebrate her 33rd birthday, and the loved-up pair documented their romantic weekend on Instagram.
Their unique accommodation featured underfloor heating, an outside viewing area to watch goats roaming nearby, and access to a golf buggy to explore the Port Lympne Safari Park and Wild Animal Reserve.
The area is also home to the rare Amur leopard – with excited Jack catching sight of one in his videos.
Jack, a Corrie veteran for 20 years, and Hanni, who worked behind the scenes, have been together for four years.
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Hanni worked in Coronation Street's publicity team and once had a cameo in the ITV soap.
Back in January 2019 Jack took the next step and moved in with Hanni after 14 months of dating.
The ITV actor has trodden the Weatherfield cobbles since 2000, when he was introduced as Gail Platt's tearaway son.
Two decades later, his character has been through countless harrowing experiences including being raped, kidnapped, and banged up in prison.
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But Jack says there is still more to give as David.
He told The Sun: "David is my career for the minute.
"I do really love it at Corrie. You see a lot of people who go then come back and say: 'You don't realise how good it is here until you're doing something else. It's just not the same.'
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"This is like a home from home. I'm not saying it's easy, but it's relaxed. You know where you are and everyone's really lovely to work with, there are no egos.
"It's a really cool place to work."
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