Corrie’s Sally Dynevor goes Christmas shopping as alter ego Metcalfe prepares to go to jail

Sally Metcalfe was sentenced to four years behind bars after being found guilty of fraud in Coronation Street.

Yet worlds away from Weatherfield, Sally Dynevor got a head start on her Christmas shopping when she bought some presents at Dunelm, Atrincham on Monday.

The soap star, 55, struggled to carry her abundance of festive presents as she left the store with two big boxes and a furry rug in her hands.

Worlds away from Weatherfield: Sally Dynevor juggled lots of presents while Christmas shopping as her Corrie alter ego Metcalfe prepares to rot behind bars for 4 YEARS

Worlds away from Weatherfield: Sally Dynevor juggled lots of presents while Christmas shopping as her Corrie alter ego Metcalfe prepares to rot behind bars for 4 YEARS

Worlds away from Weatherfield: Sally Dynevor juggled lots of presents while Christmas shopping as her Corrie alter ego Metcalfe prepares to rot behind bars for 4 YEARS

Luckily, the Corrie actress wasn’t travelling by foot when she made her purchases and she had her car keys to hand.

Sally embraced the seasonal chill as she kept warm in a turtleneck jumper which she paired with a cooler pair of cut-off leggings.

Meanwhile on the screen, her character was sentenced to four years in prison for fraud, money laundering and bribery.

Shock storyline: Sally Metcalfe was sentenced to four years behind bars after being found guilty of fraud in Coronation Street

Shock storyline: Sally Metcalfe was sentenced to four years behind bars after being found guilty of fraud in Coronation Street

Shock storyline: Sally Metcalfe was sentenced to four years behind bars after being found guilty of fraud in Coronation Street

Chaos on the cobbles: The soap star, 55, struggled to carry her abundance of festive presents

Chaos on the cobbles: The soap star, 55, struggled to carry her abundance of festive presents

Busy body: She left the store with two big boxes and a furry rug in her hands

Busy body: She left the store with two big boxes and a furry rug in her hands

Chaos on the cobbles: The soap star, 55, struggled to carry her abundance of festive presents as she left the store with two big boxes and a furry rug in her hands

Viewers raged on Twitter that Sally did not deserve such a harsh sentence after being wrongfully found guilty for the crime. 

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Fans were furious that Sally’s husband Tim believed the claims she had an affair with the conman Duncan after being fed the lies by his sister-in-law Gina.

The sister-in-law has secret duplicitous plans to break up the fan favourite couple.

Keeping warm: Sally embraced the seasonal chill as she wore a turtleneck jumper which she paired with a cooler pair of cut-off leggings

Keeping warm: Sally embraced the seasonal chill as she wore a turtleneck jumper which she paired with a cooler pair of cut-off leggings

Keeping warm: Sally embraced the seasonal chill as she wore a turtleneck jumper which she paired with a cooler pair of cut-off leggings

It's all going on: Meanwhile on the screen, her character was sentenced to four years in prison for fraud, money laundering and bribery

It's all going on: Meanwhile on the screen, her character was sentenced to four years in prison for fraud, money laundering and bribery

Explained: Viewers raged on Twitter that Sally did not deserve such a harsh sentence after being wrongfully found guilty for the crime

Explained: Viewers raged on Twitter that Sally did not deserve such a harsh sentence after being wrongfully found guilty for the crime

It’s all going on: Meanwhile on the screen, her character was sentenced to four years in prison for fraud, money laundering and bribery

In a tense double-bill, Sally (played by Dynevor) was brought before the judge once again to hear her sentence, after being found guilty of fraud, money laundering and bribery.

While the villainous Duncan got off lightly with 200 hours of community service, Sally was devastated when she was informed she would have to go to jail. 

Sally broke down in hysterical tears when she was sent down before she was comforted by her cellmate Abi.  

Handy: Luckily, the Corrie actress wasn't travelling by foot when she made her purchases and she had her car keys to hand

Handy: Luckily, the Corrie actress wasn't travelling by foot when she made her purchases and she had her car keys to hand

Handy: Luckily, the Corrie actress wasn’t travelling by foot when she made her purchases and she had her car keys to hand

 

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