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‘It’s growing’ Coronation Street's Beverley Callard, 59, unveils huge new tattoo

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Coronation Street star flaunted the final version with an additional magnolia piece inscribed on her skin.The 64-year-old took to Instagram stories as she posted an updated snap of her artwork, in view of her 163,000 followers.Beverley, who played the role of Liz McDonald between 1984 to 2020, tagged the artist in the photo as she commented on her growing tattoo design.“New ink.

It’s growing,” she wrote.In the photo, a range of colourful flowers and petals can be seen extending up the actress’ calf from her foot.Beverley’s caption indicated that she could very well be adding more to her tattoo as it continues to “grow” unless she was referring to the design having grown in size since her latest visit to the tattoo parlour.The Yorkshire-born entertainer previously revealed she had her first inking performed on her aged 59.Since then, she’s gone under the needle a handful of times, having previously inked a tribute tattoo to her husband, Jon McEwan.This particular piece of body art included a theatrical comedy and tragedy mask, which overlapped a music score.The couple’s wedding date is marked next to a red love heart with Beverley and Jon’s names inscribed on it.Beverley and her partner tied the knot in October 2010.In a previous interview with OK!

Magazine, the former I’m A Celebrity contestant revealed how almost losing Jon in 2016 inspired her to get the tattoo inked on her back.The recording studio owner had collapsed in a Salford restaurant and remained unconscious for six minutes, during which time the mother-of-two was busy working on the set of Coronation Street.She recalled being frantic with worry about her husband’s condition, particularly since he had never shown any signs of ill health in the past.The actress.

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