Coronation Street star Will Mellor shares rare snap with lookalike family as they watch Peter Kay live

Coronation Street star Will Mellor shares rare snap with lookalike family as they watch Peter Kay live

CORONATION Street star Will Mellor shared a rare snap with his lookalike family while watching Peter Kay's comeback show.

The Harvey Gaskell actor, 45, smiled at the camera as he sat with his sister Cheryl and mum Shirley before the show.


The family resemblance was clear from Shirley, who wore a white top with a smart watch.

Meanwhile, sister Cheryl donned a leopard-print long-sleeved top with a pair of black rimmed glasses.

Will chose a blue polo shirt, completing the look with a metal watch.

He captioned the pic: "Had a top day with my mum and sisters yesterday @o2apollomanc watching Peter Kay!!"

His fans were stunned by the resemblance, with one person saying: "Your mum looks amazing – she could pass as one of your sisters!"

Another person added: "Oooo very jealous! 👏👏"

A third remarked: "Family is everything ❤"

FAMILY OUTING

Peter Kay returned to standing ovations after a four year break in showbiz this weekend.

Bolton-born Kay appeared to rapturous applause at Manchester's O2 Apollo for the first of two live Q&A's on Saturday.

And he told the crowd: "I've never in my life had a standing ovation when I came on" – before joking: "I'm going to go away for four more years."

The comic returned to the stage for the Doing It For Laura events, held to raise money for 20-year-old brain cancer sufferer Laura Nuttall.

Laura – who suffers with an aggressive tumour called a glioblastoma multiforme – was in the audience to watch Kay's performance.

She was initially given between 12 and 18 months to live when she was diagnosed at the age of just 18.

However, she has since received immunotherapy treatment in Germany thanks to fundraising.

Her sister Gracie introduced Kay – and told the audience the family are "eternally grateful" to all those who have helped out for "potentially saving my sister's life".

Hundreds of fans queued in the rain ahead of the comedian's first gig in years.

Those who attended were asked to provide proof that they've been double-jabbed or had a negative Covid test.

During his performance, Kay answered questions from audience members which had been submitted before the show.

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