Georgia Taylor and Charlie De Melo have reportedly grown close following the Coronation Street star's 'split' from her long term partner Mark Letheren.
The actress, best known for playing the character Toyah Battersby in the hit ITV soap opera, was spotted arm in arm with Charlie in pictures obtained by The Sun.
Charlie, 33, who played Imran Habeeb for five years on the soap, wore a beige jacket for their stroll, which he paired with some blue jeans and black smart shoes.
While Georgia, 42, donned a checked black and white jacket with a blue scarf, blue jeans and some trainers.
Accessorising with a crossbody bag and carrying an umbrella in one hand, she styled her blonde mane into an up 'do.
Linking her arm through Charlie's, the pair couldn't help but smile as they walked together down the street in Manchester before stopping for a coffee.
OK! has contacted Georgia and Charlie's representatives for comment.
The pair's on-screen characters got married on the soap last year after he fathered a child with Abi Webster, who is played by Sally Carman.
Charlie then made the difficult decision to leave the programme, which Georgia was left devastated by. At the time, she wrote: "Heartbroken. I absolutely adore him. He's been a dream, an absolute dream.
"He's so funny so we laugh a lot but he is honestly one of the most supportive people I have ever worked with and even now, we're still in touch obviously, he's texting me, 'How did the day go? Are you OK?'
“He's just a team player. And I mean look at him, there's no complaints there either. He's beautiful."
Charlie is currently thought to be single following his split from Nicola Thorp. Meanwhile, Georgia was reported to have split from her The Bill partner of 14 years Mark, today.
Georgia and Mark are said to have "moved out" of the home they shared together in Bristol, according to The Sun.
A source told the publication: "The split was in July 2022 and they have both moved out of the home they shared."
Mark, 51, appeared to allude to the split in a New Year's Day post, as he said that 2022 had been "the worst year".
His post began: "It's been the worst year after a number of increasingly s**t years"
"My life finally fell apart. Thankfully, I'm incredibly lucky and have a family who have picked up the pieces and are trying to help me re-build myself."
"It's thanks to them I'm still here and trying to move forward. For that I am truly grateful. Whatever the new year brings I hope that strength, humility, joy and love are in abundance for you all," he added.
Mark hasn't appeared on Georgia's social media since 2020.
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