Heres where you recognise Nick Tilsleys wife Elsa from in Coronation Street

Nick Tilsleys [Ben Price] wife Elsa (Kelly Harrison) turned up in Coronation Street earlier this month to the surprise of Nick (Picture: ITV)

If youve been wondering who Nick Tilsleys wife Elsa is and where shes from, let us put you out of your misery.

The character of Elsa Tilsley was introduced earlier this month and shes proven to be quite a cat among the pigeons for poor old Nick.

Gail Platts eldest son returned to Coronation Street last month, clearly hiding something big as he took secret phone calls with someone known only as E.

But after Nick went into business with Carla Connor, she was soon putting her detective hat on and found out all about his secret wife Elsa.

Elsa and Nicks marriage is doomed (Picture: ITV)

It turns out Nick had a fleeting romance with her when he left Weatherfield, the pair impulsively married but now Nick wants out to get back with Leanne and Elsa is furious.

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And all while this has been going on, some of you have been desperately scratching your heads, wondering where on earth you recognise the actress who plays Elsa from.

She does have a very distinctive look and many of you are bound to kick yourselves when you realise.


Elsa is played by actress Kelly Harrison who, most notably, played Nikki Marshall in Casualty from 2001 to 2004.

Nikki Marshall was the paramedic who worked mostly with Josh Griffiths (Ian Bleasdale) in the early noughties.

Kelly has since gone on to star in a number of other TV shows, including Born and Bred, Goldplated, Nina and the Neurons, The Bill, Silent Witness, The Level, Happy Valley and Age Before Beauty.

Coronation Street continues tonight on ITV1 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm.

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