While the tabloids are covered up with the rumors about the off-screen romance alert of the onscreen couples, many on-screen couples are open about their offscreen relationship over the media as well.That includes our Hollyoaks' couple, Amanda Clapham, and Alfie Browne-Sykes, who are dating on-screen as well as beyond the screen.The evening reception was said to have included a catwalk show and a performance by The Drifters.Among those attending the wedding were Hollyoaks co-stars Fabrizio Santini (Ziggy), Anna Passey (Sienna) and Stephanie Waring (Cindy).Speaking about his decision to quit to Digital Spy, Hirst said: "I've been there four years, I've had a great time, I love the place and I love the people dearly — but I need to freshen up.I need a new challenge, I need to play different characters, and it would be very easy for me to stay there for a long period of time and I don't think that would be any good to anybody.Soap insiders say Stephanie, 20, and Charlie, 22, have fallen in love.The source said: “It’s really sweet that they were put together on the show and found love off camera too.“They are both a really good influence in each other.
4) Lucy-Jo Hudson & Alan Halsall Corrie stars Alan and Lucy-Jo fell for each other back in 2005 when they met while filming on the cobbles.
If you stalk them on the social media, you become clear about their healthy relationship.
Recently, on January 15, 2017, Amanda shared an image with her boyfriend, Alfie on her Instagram where the duo appeared adorable as ever.
It also fitted in with the timing of the storyline of Sarah's death and Kathy being continually sectioned and Amy growing up.
It would be difficult for them to shoehorn [any more] storylines in for Mike." When asked whether his decision was based on lack of storylines, Hirst stated: "I'd be lying if that wasn't part of the reason but in fairness I always said to Bryan [Kirkwood] and to Lucy [Alan] that I'd rather have quality than quantity.