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Coronation Street star Georgia Taylor splits from partner after 14 years

Coronation Street actress Georgia Taylor has split from her partner of 14 years, it has been reported.

The soap star, who plays Toyah Battersby on the cobbles, is believed to have secretly broken up with her partner and fellow actor Mark Letheren.

Georgia and Mark are said to no longer be living together in the home they shared after splitting in July 2022, according to The Sun.

It comes after Mark - who previously starred as Simon Kitson in The Bill - hinted at the break-up in an emotional social media post at the end of 2022.

He wrote at the time: “It’s been the worst year after a number of increasingly s**t years. My life finally fell apart.

Georgia Taylor has split from her partner of 14 years, it has been reported (realgeorgiataylor/Instagram)

“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.”

Georgia previously spoke about how she first met Mark when she appeared on Lorraine Kelly's ITV daytime show.

The Corrie star had been dating fellow actor Mark Letheren (

"We saw you in Law and Order, we saw you in Blackpool, and of course we saw you in Casualty, so many other things that you did," Lorraine said. "I mean it’s great to have you back and I love the fact that in Casualty, you know you always make friends on set, that’s where you met your husband, which is rather lovely. The two of you being in sort of the same job, it’s really nice that."

Georgia pointed out that she wasn't married to her partner but said that they "practically are" because they had been together so long.

Apologising, Lorraine said: "Oh I’m so sorry! I keep doing this!"

"That’s okay," Georgia replied. "We met, he was a sort of semi-regular character, he was playing a councillor ironically, which is then what Toyah ended up doing. We met, gosh 13 years ago. So yeah, got him out of the job and lots of friends and it was a really good time."

The Mirror has reached out to Georgia's reps for comment.

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