CORONATION Street star Andy Whyment paid a sweet tribute to his wife Nichola on their 15th wedding anniversary.
To mark the special occasion Andy shared photos of their life together, including their wedding where Nichola looked stunning in a glamorous bridal gown.
Alongside the snaps, he wrote: "15 years ago today I married @nicski31 happy anniversary babe Love You ❤️❤️❤️ xxx
In the photographs, Andy and Nichola are seen smiling on the deck of their cruise trip, Andy piggy-backing his wife on a tropical beach, enjoying beers in different locations and plenty of loved-up selfies.
Andy, 40, lives in a cozy home in Cheshire with Nichola and their two kids, Thomas, 13, and Hollie, 11.
The star met Nichola, 37, in 2005 and tied the knot two years later.
However, it wasn’t all plain sailing for the pair with Nicola previously admitting she thought he was “a bit of an idiot”, even though Andy says he fancied her for a while before making his move.
"I said in my wedding speech you just know when you meet the one,” he told OK! “And that's true."
Thankfully for the couple, it worked out, and after a sweet proposal during a holiday to Monte Carlo, they got married in 2007.
Andy who plays Kirk on the ITV soap has set up a happy home with his family where they regularly turn the lounge room into a dance floor to recreate famous routines.
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Andy has played Kirk the delivery driver for Underworld on Corrie since 2000 and whose character has been involved in a number of big storylines including getting married to Beth Tinker, being Buzzy Bee the mascot for Weatherfield's football team and even tried a career in singing.
Nichola, Hollie and Thomas were Andy's biggest fans when he jetted off to Australia to take part in I'm A Celebrity 2019 and the show turned him into a huge hit after he came runner-up to Jacqueline Jossa.
It was on that reality show that he revealed he will not be adding to his family after undergoing a vasectomy.
He said: "There's no chance of having anymore kids as I had the snip a few years ago."
"We said we wanted two kids and we have been really fortunate to have a boy and a girl."