CATHERINE Tyldesley has revealed that she lost her wedding ring on a spa day.
The former Coronation Street star, 37, who is married to personal trainer Tom Pitfield, admitted that she lost her glittering diamond wedding band recently.
During an Instagram Q&A one fan asked: "Is that your wedding ring and engagement ring or an eternity ring as well? Is all 3 which order? [sic]"
Catherine answered: "This is actually, so it's my engagement ring – which I love.
"And this is my second ring.
"Because I actually lost my first wedding ring at a spa day – I left it in a robe!"
Earlier this week it was revealed Catherine claimed £50,000 in government cash to prop up her business on the furlough scheme, it has been reported.
The soap star is said to have used taxpayer's money to support her production firm from December until April of this year.
The actress has worked throughout the pandemic, including starring in drama miniseries Viewpoint, and Cooking With The Stars.
But her company Dreambig was one of many to claim furlough during the Covid pandemic, according to records on Companies House.
The Daily Star report that in the 12 months until July 2019, the firm had £23,000 in cash deposits.
Government papers then reveal that it claimed £50,000 in furlough cash, with Catherine and her husband Tom Pitfield supporting the business further with up to £10,000-a-month – which they are authorised to do.
The Sun have contacted Catherine's rep for comment.
The star is just the latest in a long line of celebs to have made use of the government scheme, which was launched to support struggling businesses during the pandemic.
Last month, The Sun revealed that I'm A Celeb champ Giovanna Fletcher and her McFly husband Tom, worth an estimated £8million, had received up to £30,000 of government cash.
Following our report, the showbiz couple admitted to a "huge error in judgement".
In a brief social media statement, Giovanna confirmed that the money was for a member of their team who they'd placed on furlough.
However, she admitted that she and Tom should have "funded it themselves" – and said they'd paid the "full amount" back.
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