CORONATION Street star Helen Flanagan has admitted she got 'cabin fever' after being trapped at her plush West End home during the Beast from the East Storm.

The soap beauty, who is pregnant with her second child, was among the Glaswegians who got caught up in the storm last week.

Staying at home with her Celtic player partner Scott Sinclair and daughter Matilda, 2, during the worst of the weather, Helen said: "Had amazing plans this week but they all went to pot with the snow.

"Had cabin fever with staying in the house."

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Had amazing plans this week but they all went to pot with the snow 😫🙈 had cabin fever with staying in the house 😄 don’t look very glam in this pic but my beautiful little girl always makes me smile 💓 hoping the trains are working tommorow to get to Manchester for filming 😬🚂xxx

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The actress, 28, who plays Rosie Webster on the hit ITV soap, shared an image of herself with her daughter on social media and admitted her concern over making the set of Coronation Street today.

She added: "Don't look very glam in this picture but my beautiful little girl always makes me smile. Hoping the trains are working to get to Manchester for filming."

We told last week how the glamorous family ventured to Waitrose in Byres Road for supplies only to be met with empty shelves due to panic buying.

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