Sacha parkinson and brooke vincent dating

06-Dec-2017 19:48

“Our biggest worry was that we might laugh or get embarrassed, and spoil it by not being mature about the situation that we were dealing with,” Sacha responds.Indeed, their friendship seems to have helped rather than hinder them.However, Miss Vincent is straight, and is newly single after splitting with footballer Josh Mc Eachran, who she dated for three years.Brooke's depiction of Sophie's sexuality has been praised by gay rights' groups and viewers alike, but she admits that she was anxious when she learned that her character was gay.Not to mention the inevitable amount of media attention the story would garner.But the professionalism and maturity with which they have handled the storyline would put many far more experienced actors to shame.It was just an honour that they trusted us with it, and that it was going to be such a huge thing.” Brooke adds: “We were very aware that there were a lot of people involved in the storyline.So many people – all working hard, all giving 110% – who would really be relying on us to do it well.” Did they worry about the impact on their real-life friendship?

It's a comfort thing: I can always say, ‘What about if we do this?

Brooke explains, “We sort of feel as if we have the right to speak on behalf of the gay community.” Sacha reveals proudly, “We've had a lot of fanmail from people saying that it's nice to finally have something on telly that they can relate to.” Are the girls definitely straight in real life, then? Brooke explains: “We did a promo for the live show and we were filming it, and basically, the director said that me and Sacha couldn't kiss on this promo, but Michelle Keegan and Craig Gazey could because they're a male/female couple.” “We had complaints on New Year's Eve when Sophie and Sian had sex – I think it’s ridiculous! “For one, who sits there on New Year's Eve and complains about an issue on TV that shouldn't even be an issue?

The 19-year-old actress, who plays Sian Powers in the ITV soap, held her hands over her face and told hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford 'I'm so embarrassed!

However, the pastor strongly disapproved of their relationship and so they were forced to leave the church.

Shortly afterwards, Sophie’s mother Sally found the couple in bed together, and a vicious argument ensued. “Everybody expected it not to last, and now that it has lasted this long, they've been pleasantly shocked.” Asked if she can give us some hints about what’s in the pipeline for the couple, she reveals: “It's not going to be a straightforward relationship – no relationship ever is – and they have their ups and downs, but they’re going stay together because they do love each other.

It's a comfort thing: I can always say, ‘What about if we do this?Brooke explains, “We sort of feel as if we have the right to speak on behalf of the gay community.” Sacha reveals proudly, “We've had a lot of fanmail from people saying that it's nice to finally have something on telly that they can relate to.” Are the girls definitely straight in real life, then? Brooke explains: “We did a promo for the live show and we were filming it, and basically, the director said that me and Sacha couldn't kiss on this promo, but Michelle Keegan and Craig Gazey could because they're a male/female couple.” “We had complaints on New Year's Eve when Sophie and Sian had sex – I think it’s ridiculous! “For one, who sits there on New Year's Eve and complains about an issue on TV that shouldn't even be an issue? The 19-year-old actress, who plays Sian Powers in the ITV soap, held her hands over her face and told hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford 'I'm so embarrassed!However, the pastor strongly disapproved of their relationship and so they were forced to leave the church.Shortly afterwards, Sophie’s mother Sally found the couple in bed together, and a vicious argument ensued. “Everybody expected it not to last, and now that it has lasted this long, they've been pleasantly shocked.” Asked if she can give us some hints about what’s in the pipeline for the couple, she reveals: “It's not going to be a straightforward relationship – no relationship ever is – and they have their ups and downs, but they’re going stay together because they do love each other.If you do get people asking then it’s kind of a compliment because it means your acting is believable!