Coronation Street’s Alan Halsall and Tisha Merry give fans a look inside coronavirus lockdown in £750k ‘dream home’ – The Sun

CORONATION Street’s Alan Halsall and Tisha Merry have given fans a glimpse inside their incredible £750k dream home.

The actor – who is best known for playing Tyrone Dobbs in the ITV soap – originally designed the home with his ex-wife Lucy-Jo Hudson, 36 – but they sadly split in May 2018 after nine years of marriage.

Since then Alan has started dating Tisha, who now lives in the house and often shows it off in her YouTube videos.

The couple have been looking after his daughter Sienna, six, this week during the coronavirus lockdown and Tisha has shown fans exactly what they have been up to.

In her latest video, the 26-year-old has opened the doors to her followers as she did a diary of her day.

The house is immaculately designed with white walls throughout and very modern furnishings.



The living room features grey sofas, while the bedroom has a stunning padded bed.

The kitchen has all the mod-cons including an island in the middle where the family can gather, as well as another sofa.

Tisha has her own dressing room where she often films her videos.

The couple have been making sure that Sienna is fully occupied with Alan taking on the role of teaching.



In between lessons, Tisha and Sienna decided to wash their guinea pigs before playing a spot of golf.

To round off their day Alan brought Tisha a glass of bubbles as she got to work on the family evening meal.

Tisha has clearly slotted into the family perfectly but Alan has struggled with his ex Lucy-Jo’s new man Lewis Devine.

Last month the actor took a pop at him online after he called Sienna his own in an Instagram post following the birth of his child with Lucy-Jo.


As part of a lengthy post after Lucy-Jo gave birth, Lewis said: "Our Sienna is delighted and is already making the best big sister, just like I knew she would!”

Hitting back on Instagram stories, Alan wrote: “You’re welcome to keep the lying cheating one & call her your own! But not my daughter.”

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