Corrie’s Samia Longchambon is joined by daughter Freya, 11, for a winter stroll in Cheshire

She’s a Coronation Street actress and a doting mother-of-two. 

And, Samia Longchambon, 38, beamed with happiness as she was joined by daughter Freya, 11, for a winter stroll in Wilmslow, Cheshire, on Monday. 

The soap star looked effortlessly chic in a longline camel coloured coat, which she teamed with indigo jeans and a striped T-shirt. 

Family time: Samia Longchambon, 38, beamed with happiness as she was joined by daughter Freya, 11, for a winter stroll in Wilmslow, Cheshire, on Monday

Family time: Samia Longchambon, 38, beamed with happiness as she was joined by daughter Freya, 11, for a winter stroll in Wilmslow, Cheshire, on Monday

Samia opted for a minimal make-up look to enhance her natural beauty and styled her caramel tresses into a voluminous ‘do.   

The actress strolled along in white trainers with luminous yellow laces, and accessorised with a smattering of delicate gold jewellery. 

Her little girl, from a previous relationship, looked overjoyed to be out and about, and wore black leggings tucked into a pair of UGG boots with a padded coat to keep her warm.

Samia – who has played Maria Windass in Coronation Street for over 20 years – is married to her former Dancing On Ice skating partner, Sylvain, 40, and they share a son Yves, 5.    

Cute: Her little girl, from a previous relationship, looked overjoyed to be out and about, and wore black leggings tucked into a pair of UGG boots with a padded coat to keep her warm

Cute: Her little girl, from a previous relationship, looked overjoyed to be out and about, and wore black leggings tucked into a pair of UGG boots with a padded coat to keep her warm

The outing comes after Maria revealed that she is training to become a cognitive behavioural (CBT) therapist after struggling to cope with panic attacks since the age of 11. 

The Coronation Street actress – who hopes to help others who also suffer with anxiety. – revealed that she has tried multiple types of therapy after struggling to breath and feeling like she was going to die during moments of panic.  

During a conversation with The Mirror, Samia said: ‘By learning how to be a therapist, I’ll be able to help myself and maybe help other people as well. 

Glam: The soap star looked effortlessly chic in a longline camel coloured coat, which she teamed with indigo jeans and a striped T-shirt

Glam: The soap star looked effortlessly chic in a longline camel coloured coat, which she teamed with indigo jeans and a striped T-shirt

‘I can relate to it. I’ve had different kinds of therapy for years and CBT is something quite practical.

‘With my anxiety, it’s ­always like a sense of dread that something bad is going to happen. You feel like you are ­going to die, you can’t breathe.’

The soap star has been spending quality time with her family during lockdown and has been studying the diploma online. 

Candid: The Corrie actress recently revealed that she is training to become a cognitive behavioural (CBT) therapist after struggling to cope with panic attacks since the age of 11

Candid: The Corrie actress recently revealed that she is training to become a cognitive behavioural (CBT) therapist after struggling to cope with panic attacks since the age of 11

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