Coronation Street star Michael Le Vell is back with fiancée Louise Gibbons 12 days after they split

The actor, 53, and partner Louise Gibbons, 42, went home together after spending a boozy afternoon in the pub on Sunday.

Le Vell had cut a lonely figure just 24 hours earlier when he was spotted removing his belongings from the house they share in Timperley, Gtr Manchester.

But on Sunday night their relationship appeared to be back on track after the ITV star, who has been staying at a hotel just a stone’s throw from the Corrie set, spent the night back home.

The pair left The Brook pub in Sale, Gtr Manchester, in a taxi at around 6pm – following three hours of boozing – and Le Vell was spotted leaving at around 7.50am on Monday.

They appeared to be in high spirits and were seen laughing – while Le Vell knocked back pints of lager.



Earlier in the day it’s believed the couple had been riding together at stables in the countryside close to their home – a hobby Le Vell started to help him battle the booze.

A source said: “Michael has had one hell of a week and it’s great to see him enjoying himself.

“It’s hasn’t been too good between them recently but things are really starting to look up.”

The reconciliation came just a week after he was arrested over a domestic incident at their home.



Le Vell fell down the stairs following an argument at their home.

A 999 call was made around 11pm on May 3 and he was taken to hospital by police.

After spending the night at a Manchester police station, he was released without charge.

Police said they treated it as a domestic incident and were not taking any further action and Le Vell described it as a “silly row” that got out of hand.

But since then Le Vell, who earns £250,000-a-year, has been staying at a £70-a-night Holiday Inn at Media City in Salford Quays, Manchester.

He was seen loading the boot of his black Mercedes on Saturday sparking rumours the pair had ended their four-year-relationship – but on Monday things appeared to be back on track.

Le Vell, who has been in Coronation Street for 35 years playing mechanic Kevin Webster, has endured a difficult time in recent years.

He was cleared of child sex abuse allegations, has battled alcoholism and been declared bankrupt.

In March it emerged the actor had been declared bankrupt owing a six-figure legal bill.

He popped the question to Louise, whom he met four years ago, after he said she helped him turn his life around.


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