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15 August 2017, 08:46
The Corrie character is being played by a brand new actress and it didn't go a miss with viewers at home.
Eagle-eyed Coronation Street fans have noticed a BIG change on the cobbles this week, as they pointed out that Fiz's daughter has a whole new face.
Viewers of Monday night's show were shocked to discover that producers have replaced the 7-year-old daughter of Corrie favourite Fiz Stape with a brand new actress.
The young actress taking on the role is brunette Isabella Flanagan, taking over from blonde twins Faith and Nicole Holt who had jointly played the role since 2012.
What's more, fans have probably noticed that Isabella looks a little bit too familiar!
Well, that's because her lookalike older sister is ALSO a soap star, 9-year-old Amelia Flanagan who stars on ITV rival soap Emmerdale as April Windsor.
Isabella’s parents Rachel and Chris Flanagan took to Twitter to express their joy of her soap debut on Monday night, with Rachel saying: “So proud of this one”.
So proud of this one pic.twitter.com/R9rfpbjgv7— Rachel Flanagan (@pinkferg84) August 14, 2017
Isabelle made her debut on Monday night when her onscreen mother Fiz, played by Jennie McAlpine dropped her off at her Uncle Chesney's house played by Sam Aston.