Coronation Street's Michael Le Vell proposes to girlfriend who helped him turn his life around after drugs and alcohol battle

Posted on Dec 18 2017 - 5:27pm by admin

Coronation Street star Michael Le Vell and his partner Louise Gibbons are set to marry Coronation Street star Michael Le Vell and his partner Louise Gibbons are set to marry [Getty ]

Soap star Michael Le Vell, best known for his role as garage mechanic Kevin Webster on Coronation Street, is engaged.

The 53-year-old is said to have popped the question to girlfriend Louise Gibbons, who helped him turn his life around after a battle with alcohol and drugs.

It’s believed the actor is planning a low-key wedding after asking 42-year-old Louise to be his wife..

Michael Le Vell credits Louise for helping him to turn his life around Michael Le Vell credits Louise for helping him to turn his life around [Wenn ]

A source told The Sun: “Michael has been to hell and back and even now feels the effects of the case. But throughout his battle with addiction he’s had Louise by his side.”

OK! Online has contacted a representative for Michael for comment.

The couple met in 2014 after being introduced by a mutual friend in Manchester.

Michael Le Vell and Louise Gibbons met in 2014 through mutual friends Michael Le Vell and Louise Gibbons met in 2014 through mutual friends [Wenn ]

Le Vell’s marriage to his wife Janette Beverley ended four years ago, during which he battled to clear his name of sexual abuse charges.

The soap star  –  whose real name is Michael Turner – was cleared by a jury of all 12 counts.

The 52-year-old actor – who plays Kevin Webster in the long-running soap – sold his £750,000 home after he was accused of 12 attacks on a girl and being ordered to pay more than £200,000 in court fees.

Michael Le Vell is set to marry the woman that help him turn his life aroundMichael Le Vell is set to marry the woman that help him turn his life around [Wenn]

It was previously reported that he could now be on the radar of the Bankruptcy Unit of the Land Registry, according to The Sun newspaper.

In 2013, the TV favourite took time away from the cobbles to deal with court proceedings.

He planned to return in 2014, and finally made his comeback in May that year after admitting to taking cocaine in March 2014.

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