Inside Coronation Street’s Lydia star Rebecca Ryan’s stunning Manchester home with music room

Coronation Street's real-life siblings Jack James Ryan and Rebecca Ryan are undeniably talented and they've been welcome additions to the cobbles.

Jack, 25, plays bad boy Jacob Hay, and his sister Rebecca, 30, joined the cobbles in December as newcomer Lydia with the character recently causing chaos.

Speaking about his sister joining the show, Jack previously said: "I've known I wanted to be an actor from a really young age. Both my brother and sister are actors and I grew up watching them on stage and screen and it was so inspiring."

Jack hilariously added: "So, basically I just copied them," as he tagged both Rebecca and Charlie.

When Rebecca isn't starring on the hit ITV series, she lives in a super stylish home, that has a corner dedicated to music and instruments.

Posing in the space, Rebecca, 30, could be seen with guitars and a keyboard and small drums behind her.

The star has kept her home light, airy and uncluttered with wooden floorboards running throughout and white walls.

In one room sits a large white lamp with a wooden base, and in the bedroom the neutral colour palette sees a bed with a beige headboard and white sheets.




The actress has opted for a white bedside table in the bedroom too, and soft lighting for a cosy glow.

The living room on the other hand pops with colour and patterns, featuring a large wooden bookshelf, blue walls and lots of indoor plants.

Moving through to the kitchen you'll find cabinets in a minty shade with white surfaces and a beautiful plant sitting on the windowsill.



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The star has kitted out her abode with ornaments and vases too, to make it look homely.

Speaking to press earlier this year, Rebecca's brother Jack shared the advice he gave his sister prior to joining, he said: "One of the best things about Corrie is that everyone's so nice, so welcoming.

"So I knew she'd just settle right in, but beyond that, I told her where the canteen was, the toilets, and then she was good to go."

Speaking about having his sister on the cobbles, he added: "Honestly just [excited] beyond words! I was so buzzing when I found out she'd be joining the cast. She was my biggest inspiration growing up – I wanted to be an actor since I can remember.


"And a big factor of that was because since my sister was 11, she's been on TV every week, from Shameless to Waterloo Road to Casualty, and now to this.

"It's just been incredible. And I'm incredibly biased, but I think she is a stunning actor, and I think she's going to make an impact. I know she's going to make a great addition to the cast."

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