Corrie’s Catherine Tyldesley speaks out as she’s embroiled in free cake row

Corrie and Strictly Come Dancing star Catherine Tyldesley has hit back at the founder of Three Little Birds Bakery, after the businesswoman accused the actress of asking for free cakes.

The bakery owner claimed she had refused to make Catherine 100 cakes for her birthday, in exchange for social media and magazine plugs.

It comes after Rebecca Severs, from Keighley, West Yorkshire, shared a screenshot of an email thread between her bakery and a PR company, representing an unidentified “well-known” celebrity, requesting a cake for a 40th birthday party in September.

In the screenshot shared on Facebook, the company also requested 100 cupcakes and an extra smaller birthday cake for the star’s husband because “it’s actually her husband’s birthday that day and we wanted to surprise him”.

Catherine’s photographer husband Tom Pitfield, turns 37 on the day of the Manchester party.

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The entrepreneur fumed: “This poor celebrity apparently can’t afford to pay people for their products and services. Spare a thought! What happened to women supporting women.”

MailOnline then reported that the party planners were organising a 40th birthday party for Catherine.

However, Catherine has since aimed a swipe at the bakery’s owner via her Instagram page, addressing her scathing remarks.

Coronation Street’s Eva Price star gave a thumbs up to the camera before branding the row “utterly bizarre”.

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