Hollyoaks’ Lucy-Jo Hudson reveals she’s moved in with boyfriend Lewis Devine six months after split with Alan Halsall

HOLLYOAKS star Lucy-Jo Hudson has moved in with her boyfriend Lewis Devine, six months after her split with Alan Halsall.

The 35-year-old celebrated the milestone moment this week and is said to be “over-the-moon” after taking this next step with Lewis.

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Lucy-Jo met Lewis, 30, when they starred in a Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs panto last year.

They became good pals after working together at the Theatre Royal in St Helens, Merseyside and once Lucy-Jo and Alan split in May, they became a couple.

The Sun exclusively revealed Lucy-Jo and Lewis had made their relationship official in July.

A source said at the time: “Lucy-Jo and Lewis shared an instant ­chemistry, but obviously she was married and didn’t act on it.

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“After trying for months, she and Alan called time on their marriage and something slowly developed with Lewis.”

It was hard for Alan to take in however, with pals admitting he struggled to get his head around the news when he was told.

The insider added: “Alan became mates with Lewis during the panto run, and they often hung out as a trio.

“They used to muck around backstage together, and at one point Lewis even changed his Facebook profile picture to one of the three of them and the couple’s daughter Sienna.

“So Alan feels like a bit of a mug. He is gutted.”

Lucy-Jo and Alan first called time on their marriage on 2016 after telling their friends their relationship had gone stale.

But the soap star – who plays mechanic Tyrone Dobbs in Coronation Street – won the ex-Weatherfield actress back.

After getting back together, the couple – who have a five-year-old daughter Sienna Rose – tried their hardest to make their marriage work but later conceded it was over.

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Lucy-Jo said at the time: “I can confirm that Al and I are in the process of divorcing.

“We remain friends and devoted Mummy and Daddy to our daughter Sienna.

“We would appreciate privacy so that we can focus on Sienna’s continued happiness.”


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