Sally Carman and Joe Duttine throw second wedding in front of Coronation Street co-stars

Joe Duttine and Sally Carman had a second wedding ceremony -  Instagram Sally Carman credit:Bang Showbiz
Joe Duttine and Sally Carman had a second wedding ceremony - Instagram Sally Carman credit:Bang Showbiz

Sally Carman and Joe Duttine have thrown a second wedding ceremony to celebrate with their 'Coronation Street' co-stars.

The loved-up couple - who play Abi Webster and Tim Metcalfe on the cobbles - have been dating since August 2018, and they got married just over a month ago.

On Sunday (14.08.22), they had a swanky party to celebrate with their co-stars, including Vicky Myers (DS Swain).

She shared some snaps from the party on Instagram, and wrote: "Last night, I was privileged to join a bunch of beautiful people in celebrating this fabulous couple saying 'I do'.

"What a night it was. Congratulations to a very special couple and my dear friend, the inimitable. Here’s to Mr Mrs Duttine."

For the special celebration, Sally wore her wedding gown again and stunned in a floor-length pale blue dress.

They were seen slow dancing together in front of their guests, and then addressed their friends on the microphone.

As well as Vicky, the couple were joined by other 'Corrie' stars including Georgia Taylor (Toyah Battersby) and Sue Devaney (Debbie Webster).

Sally, 41, and Joe, 51, got engaged during the COVID-19 lockdown and finally get married last month.

She announced the happy news at the time by sharing a picture of them kissing inside a large balloon wreath and wrote: "We did."

The couple's 'Corrie' co-stars rushed to congratulate them, with Alan Halsall writing: "He @johnny_duttine_ has done very well !!! Sending [love] to a gorgeous couple."

Alexandra Mardell wrote: "Congratulations!!!!", while Katie McGlynn added: "You got THE picture! Congratulations".

The pair had originally planned for a Christmas 2021 wedding, but they had to postpone due to COVID-19 delays.

Sally previously said: "I’m obsessed with Christmas, so when Joe said: ‘What’s your favourite time, when would you most like to do it?’ it had to be Christmas.

"We’re going to have the wedding late afternoon so it will be dark and it will be lit by rows of Christmas trees and twinkly lights; I can’t wait."