Brooke Vincent begs dont hate me as shes already halfway through Christmas prep

Brooke Vincent has admitted she's already started getting prepared for Christmas, despite the festive season still being over three months away.

The former Coronation Street actress, 31, took to her Instagram Stories to reveal she's began shopping for her loved ones' gifts, and is already "halfway" through her festive shopping list.

Brooke, who played Sophie Webster in Corrie until 2019, went make-up free as she chatted to her 933,000 followers, saying she felt she was going to "get a lot of hate" for her early Christmas plans.

"So, I just wanted to let you know… I'm probably going to get a lot of hate for this and people will start messaging me their irrelevant opinions but I don't care," the actress said.

She went on: "A lot of my friends have had messages from me enquiring specific information so this can go ahead. But I wanted to inform you all that I am halfway through my Christmas shopping list. So, when is it possible to put our Christmas tree up please because I am ready."

Brooke captioned the video "DON'T @ ME" before then revealing she's already began embracing autumnal fashion.

The mum-of-two wore a cosy hoodie and leather jacket in a stylish snap, which she paired with leggings and a pair of UGG boots, proving she's ready for colder climates.

"Also UGGS and hoodies are out!" she excitedly penned, before jokingly adding: "I may possibly go and get myself a pumpkin spice latte and top off the look!!"

Brooke is famed for playing Sophie Webster, the daughter of Sally and Kevin Webster, in Coronation Street. She appeared on the soap for 18 years before deciding to leave her role in 2019 to focus on her family.

The actress, who is mum to sons Mexx and Monroe, exclusively spoke to OK! about her reasons for leaving her career-defining role.

She told us: "I left Corrie when I was pregnant. From the age of 11, there’s always been something that’s been the main focus that has had to take priority over other things.

"I’d wanted to be a mum for so long that I didn’t know how I’d feel about going back to work straight away."

She added: “The hard thing about Corrie was that the hours aren’t a normal nine-to-five, or you couldn’t go part-time, or you couldn’t start after 10am. There was physically no way that I could do it without having a nanny. And there’s Kean’s football as well. I didn’t want the pressure of making those decisions when I didn’t know how I was going to feel.”

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