CORONATION STREET actress Kym Marsh has opened up about ageing following the news she is going to be a grandmother for the very first time. The ITV soap star admitted she is actively trying to reverse the signs of growing older.
Kym Marsh, 42, revealed she will undergo treatment to delay the ageing process, now that she is going to be a grandmother.
However, the Coronation Street favourite has ruled out Botox and is turning to non-invasive facial procedures for help.
“Now that I’m going to be a grandmother, I’m trying to delay the ageing process without having to turn to Botox.
“I’ve booked myself in for a course of non-invasive firming and smoothing face treatments at a clinic in Manchester.”
“They’re supposed to knock years off you, so I’ll let you know how I get on,” she wrote in her OK! Magazine column.
The mother-of-three also revealed she has hit the gym again after taking a short break from exercising.
She said; “I know most people wait until the New Year before going on a health kick, but the way I see it, if I exercise now, I can eat more chocolate over Christmas.”
Earlier this month, Kym announced she would soon become a grandmother, as her 21-year-old daughter Emillie is due to welcome her baby in May.
Discussing the exciting news, she told the magazine: “I’ve always looked forward to having grandchildren.
“Although I’m not relishing being called Grandma, so I’ve been researching alternative names!”