Helen Flanagan sparks marriage rumours as she calls fiancé Scott Sinclair her ‘hubby’
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Helen Flanagan has sparked speculation over whether she and footballer fiancé Scott Sinclair have secretly tied the knot after posting a cryptic social media post.
The former Corrie star, who has been engaged to the football ace since 2018, posted a loved up selfie with partner Scott alongside a caption in which she referred to him as her “hubby.”
Helen looked summery in a bright dress adorned with a pink and orange pattern, while Scott kept things casual in a plain white t-shirt. The couple appeared to be posing in a lift, with the top of their son’s buggy visible in the mirror.
The star added the word "hubby" to the super cute snap.
Helen and Scott have been dating since 2009 and share three children together. OK! has contacted the actress's representative for comment.
Helen recently opened up about the birth of her third child, a son named Charlie, and described the experience as “magical.”
The Coronation Street star shared new pictures of herself and her little boy in hospital as she told fans that she was in a “love bubble” following his arrival.
Helen, who is also a mum to two daughters, Matilda and Delilah, gushed that her son is a "dream come true”.
The 30 year old announced her third child's birth by posting a picture of herself cradling her newborn while stood in a hospital and dressed in a grey tracksuit.
Despite revealing she had not slept much since the new arrival, the soap star looked fresh-faced as she wore her hair up in a bun.
Helen wrote: “Our baby boy Charlie was born on Thursday on Scott’s birthday. I was two days overdue like I was with Delilah.
“We are in such a love bubble we couldn’t be more in love with our beautiful little boy, we can not stop staring at him. The girls just love him so much.
"We are absolutely besotted with our perfect little prince. Charlie is an absolute dream come true.
“I don’t think I’ve slept much since the labour but I feel like I miss his little face when I do sleep, not been able to put him down or stop kissing and cuddling him, he is so loved. Thankyou for all your lovely messages.”
Helen later detailed the birth, saying: “One of my proudest moments is giving birth to Charlie I was so lucky I had the loveliest midwife looking after me that day and Scott and I are so grateful to her for the safe delivery of our boy.
“She was amazing and held my hand with Scott through it. I wanted a water birth like I had with Delilah.
"Delilahs birth was so quick, only two hours and really straight forward. I had to have my waters broken with Charlie though and he pooed so I gave birth on the bed and didn’t let go of my gas and air for a second.
"I feel like I can do anything now and it was really magical. He was 8lbs 4.5oz which is mine and Scott’s biggest baby, our girls were really petite.
"It was really nice to have Charlie at Bolton Hospital too where my mum gave birth to me.”
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