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Corrie's Catherine Tyldesley shares sweet snaps with newborn daughter on day out

Coronation Street actress Catherine Tyldesley was all smiles as she spent a morning out in the park with her newborn baby girl.Catherine posed with her daughter, who was wrapped in a pretty pink papoose, in front of a water fountain during a family day out at Lyme Park in Stockport.The mother-of-two opted for a casual look, donning a floral skirt paired with a blue denim jacket and white trainers for the warm sunny weather.Catherine visited Lyme Park with her two children and husband Tom Pitfield, speaking highly of the visitor attraction known for its role as Pemberley, Mr Darcy's home, in the 1995 BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.The actress shared photos on her Instagram page, captioned: "Loving being a family of four. A beautiful morning @nt_lymepark - a firm favourite of ours!" One photo showed the doting mum-of-two exploring with their seven-year-old son Alfie.She added: "We love being part of @nationaltrust - so many amazing places to visit.

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