Kym Marsh kick-starts anti-ageing process ahead of granny role

Kym Marsh kick-starts anti-ageing process ahead of granny role

Kym Marsh has kick-started her anti-ageing process ahead of becoming a granny.
The ‘Coronation Street’ actress visited Renovatio Clinic on Tuesday (04.12.18) where she underwent an "amazing treatment", after admitting earlier this week she wants to "delay the ageing process" without having to turn to Botox after discovering she is to become a grandmother.
In a tweet to the clinic – which aims to restore someone’s body to its "natural beauty" via nonsurgical, laser and minimally-invasive procedures – Kym wrote: "amazing treatment today guys!! I’m excited about the results (sic)"
Renovatio replied: "It’s an amazing treatment isn’t it! Really lovely to see you yesterday (sic)"
It’s not known what treatment she underwent, but the ‘Corrie’ star – who plays Michelle Connor on the ITV soap – is clearly keen for more.
She replied: "Yes it is!! Can’t wait for the next xx (sic)"
Kym announced last week that her daughter Emilie, 21, is expecting her first child.
And this week, the 42-year-old actress revealed she has booked up several treatments in an attempt to "knock years off" before she becomes a grandmother.
She said: "Emilie and I have both been really overwhelmed with all the lovely messages congratulating us on her pregnancy.
"And now that I’m going to be a grandmother, I’m trying to delay the ageing process without having to turn to Botox!
"I’ve booked myself in for a course of non-invasive firming and smoothing face treatments at a clinic in Manchester.
"They’re supposed to knock years off you, so I’ll let you know how I get on.
"I’ve also been back in the gym doing some personal training sessions after a bit of a break from exercising.
"I know most people wait until the new year before going on a health kick, but, the way I see it, if I exercise now, I can eat more chocolate over Christmas."