CORONATION Street star Kate Ford stunned fans as she debuted her new blonde hair makeover.
The villain of the cobbles Tracy Barlow -played by Kate Ford – took to Instagram to share her new look.
Kate Ford debut her new hair makeover as she goes blonderCredit: Instagram
The former brunette took a selfie of her blonder hair and captioned the snap: “Blonder x.”
The actress wore a stripy blouse with a cream trench coat.
Her make-up look showcased her rosy cheeks and rose pink lips.
The 44-year-old radiated natural beauty with her hair parted to the side with a natural wavy finish.
Kate made a change from her natural brunette locksCredit: ITV
Co-stars such as Samia Longchambon, Helen Flanagan and Georgia Taylor commented on Kate’s latest post.
Fans also rushed to comment on Kate’s recent transformation, as one said: “Suits you looking gorgeous ❤️”
A second wrote: “Looks fabulous 😍xx”
Another penned: “Stunning!”
Kate was flooded with compliments on her selfieCredit: ITV
Meanwhile on the cobbles, the residents of Coronation Street got a shock visit from the Queen.
A source told The Sun: “The cast knew something was going on because they had been told to be on set today and there would be no filming, but they could never have guessed why.
“Luckily they had been asked to dress nicely so they all looked spot on for the surprise visit.
“There was a real buzz when they were finally told and they couldn’t quite believe it!
The Queen arrived to red-carpet reception at the set of the long-running soap opera
Her Majesty was greeted by cast and crew at the Salford set
“Bosses didn’t want everyone to find out so thought it was best to keep it on the down low until they really had to.”
Stars from the long-running soap, including William Roache, 89, who plays Ken Barlow – and Barbara Knox, 87, who plays Rita Tanner, lined up to greet the monarch.
Sue Nicholls, 77, who played Audrey Roberts, and Helen Worth, 70 – better known as Gail Platt – were also on hand to welcome The Queen.
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