Quotes by: Katherine Kelly
You should see the way I walk around on the way to the nursery. I look a state.
So many people say you have to remember to grab hold of your bride or groom and spend time with them. I think if we had done a traditional wedding, we would have been doing it for everyone else, but this was about the two of us.
When I read the diary of former 'Daily Mirror' editor Piers Morgan, I realised it was a tough old world to be part of.
One of my first memories is running up and down the theatre at Wakefield Opera House.
I initially went into 'Coronation Street' for three months. If they had said back then, 'Do you want to do it for six years?' I probably would have said, 'I don't think so.'
I'm really looking forward to filming in Glasgow with a top-class cast and crew.
I've already been married six times in my career as an actress - twice as Becky - so I think a wedding of my own might feel too much like work!
Maybe having to pretend to be in love with someone and then jump into bed with them breaks the ice very quickly; friendship follows fast.
On Sunday, we will Skype relatives - my brother lives in America, my best friend is in Canada, and Ryan's family are all in Australia.
Becoming a mother has turned my world upside down, but in a really good way - it's the best.
I'm a good old Yorkshire girl in that I don't like to talk about things that are on tick. As my nana always said, 'Until you've bought it, it's not yours,' so until it's signed on the dotted line, I don't like to talk about it.
I used to work at a pub called The Miner's Rest, and the landlord, Dennis, taught me how to pour a proper pint - it's the type of place where the regulars would send their drinks back if they weren't right.
I don't really get a buzz from playing characters that are similar to me 'cause that's not acting to me.
I agree with my mother that having children removes a layer of skin that you never grow back.
Our Sunday evenings tend to be quiet and relaxing, and we try to go to bed early before the start of another busy week.
I've got a green card, so I can work there any time, but I hate reading about actors going to America, because it's not like that anymore.
I've never been a person to wish for stuff - I just take it as it comes.
I was excited when I first got the call, when I heard BBC Four were making a biography and they were interested in me being a part of it.
I'm delighted to join the cast of 'Field Of Blood: The Dead Hour.'