Helen Flanagan appeared keen not to draw attention to her left hand while attending the Pride of Britain Awards amid reports of her split from fiance Scott Sinclair.
The former Coronation Street actress is said to have ended her relationship with the former footballer after 13 years.
Hours after the claims emerged, Helen, 32, attended the star-studded awards show at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel where the likes of Holly Willoughby, Peter Andre and Molly-Mae Hague were also flocking to the red carpet.
Helen, who played Rosie Webster in the ITV soap, posed for photos alone dressed in a chic red minidress but seemed to make either a strategic or coincidental effort to keep her engagement ring finger hidden from view.
It was reported that the actress, who shares three children with Scott, has removed the diamond band in light of their split.
‘Helen has removed her engagement ring and told those close to her that she is no longer with Scott. They hit a rough patch in the summer and after Helen came back from South Africa it ended for good’, a source told The Sun.
‘Helen and Scott have committed to co-parenting their kids as a family unit.’
Helen and Scott, 33, who began dating in 2009, share three children together – Matilda, seven, Delilah, four, and son Charlie, one.
Last month, Helen revealed a wedding date had finally been confirmed for her and Scott, four years after their engagement.
‘I have set a date. I’m so picky. I finally found my wedding venue’, she told The Mirror.
‘I don’t want to give it away, but basically everybody wants this venue. I think what it is as well as me and Scott have been together for so long. We’ve been together for 13 years now.
‘I’ve been with Scott since I’ve was 19, I’m 32 now, so I think we are probably a little bit laid back because it does feel like a marriage anyway.’
Reports of the split come after Helen returned from filming a special all stars series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here in South Africa.
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