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Coronation Street star Chris Quinten's fiancée was rushed to hospital in Mykonos just hours after the actor proposed
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On Monday it was revealed that the 61-year-old soap star had popped the question to Robyn after seven months of dating. Sharing a video of the moment Christopher got down on one knee, Robyn gushed: "My husband to be! It’s been a CRAZY seven months a secret we had to keep because of our jobs but you have made me the happiest girl alive your amazing to me I’m so lucky to have you in my life I’m so glad your mine I love you and I couldn’t care less what anyone has to say I love you will all my heart thank-you for doing everything you do For me Chris."
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