Hollyoaks' Lucy-Jo Hudson 'bursting with pride' as daughter makes acting debut

Hollyoaks’ Lucy-Jo Hudson couldn’t contain her joy as her daughter Sienna-Rae followed her parents’ acting footsteps.

The actress, 40, who shares Sienna-Rae with Coronation actor and ex-husband Alan Halsall (Tyrone Dobbs), shared her pride as her daughter landed a major role in a stage production.

Lucy shared with her social media followers that nine-year-old Sienna-Rae has caught the acting bug she performed in a show put together by her stepdad Lewis Devine’s theatre company.

The star, who plays Donna-Marie Quinn in the Channel 4 soap, posted a string of images on Instagram over the weekend which saw Sienna take the lead as Sandy in their version of the hit musical film Grease.

Uploading a string of selfies from the theatrical night she penned: ‘Wow what a night.Last night I was bursting with pride watching both my babies on stage @sthelenstheatreroyal.’


She added: ‘Sienna playing her 1st lead role as “Sandy” in Grease, and Carter being on his “daddy’s stage” (as he calls it) for the very first time at the age of 3!!! I wasn’t sure if Carter would do it but he absolutely proved me wrong….

‘He loved being on stage and he was amazing…. Remembering all his little moves and singing along….’

Lucy and Alan met on the set of Coronation Street – in which Lucy-Jo played Katy Harris – all the way back in 2002.

The couple announced that they had separated back in 2016 – saying at the time they would remain close friends.

The couple split again in 2018 – and Lucy went on to find love with Lewis Devine, whom she first met when they appeared together in pantomime in 2017.

Alan, meanwhile, is now in a relationship with former Corrie co-star Tisha Merry, who played Steph Britton in the soap.

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