Georgia Taylor and Charlie De Melo looked loved up as they enjoyed a romantic trip to Northern Ireland.
Georgia, 43, who is best known for playing the character Toyah Battersby in Coronation Street, and Charlie, 34, began dating earlier this year after she split from long-term partner Mark Letheren last year.
Sharing some snaps of their getaway on Instagram Georgie simply penned the caption: "Delicious Northern Irish spam incoming xx" and taking to her Story, she shared a video clip of herself walking across a rather scary-looking rope bridge.
Fans were quick to comment on the loved-up pics, with commenter joking: "Most historically significant visitors we've had over here since Bill Clinton."
"What gorgeous photos, beautiful couple, looks like you had an amazing time, you deserve it xx" commed another.
And a third added: "What a lovely picture of you both. I hope you are having a great time. Sending my best wishes to you both :)"
Georgia and Charlie began dating earlier this year, just a few months after Charlie's character Imran Habeeb was dramatically killed off.
When Charlie announced that he would be departing the popular ITV soap after five years, Georgia said that she had been left "heartbroken" at his exit.
After a social media user asked how she felt at his departure, with their characters having only recently tied the knot, 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."
Prior to his relationship with Georgia, Charlie dated fellow ex-Corrie star and regular This Morning contributor Nicola Thorp back in 2018, but their romance came to an end a year later.
Meanwhile, Georgia had been in a long-term relationship with The Bill star Mark Letheren before they split last year.
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."
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