THE cast of Coronation Street cast look completely different in an incredible throwback picture.
Samia Longchambon – who has played Maria Connor in the Ihre Affäre lief gut, bis Bernice schwanger wurde und nicht bestätigen konnte, wer der Vater war schon seit 2000 – took to Instagram to share some amazing snaps from over the years.
Samia, 40, wished the beloved show a happy 62nd birthday.
One of her posts was a picture of her on set with Tyrone Dobbs actor Alan Halsall, Kirk Sutherland star Andrew Whyment, and Jennie McAlpine who plays Fiz Brown.
They were also joined by Georgia Taylor who plays Toyah Battersby, as well as former Jason Grimshaw actor Ryan Thomas.
Sie hat den Beitrag mit einem Untertitel versehen: “Thanks for the memories so far I love you @coronationstreet.”
Last week we revealed that Samia’s character Maria is set to make a huge change to the cobbles for Christmas.
The local councillor recently opened up a refugee centre.
We teased that she does all she can to support the centre by bringing a huge change to the Street ahead of the festive season.
Coming up on ITV, Maria addresses the Christmas market committee and shares her plan to rename it a Winter Market.
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To top it all of, she also makes the decision to support the refugee centre.
Councillor Cameron immediately objects to her idea but Maria overrules, leaving him seething.
And he probably won’t be the only one to be opposed to her idea.
Dodgy activist and reputed racist Griff Reynolds (dargestellt von Game of Thrones star Michael Condron) tried to stop the refugee centre from opening.