Beverley Callard has given fans an update on her health. The Coronation Street favourite was left unable to walk after a hip operation went wrong back in March.
The hardest thing is I have no independence. I can't drive or get myself anywhere
The 63-year-old edured weeks of agony before being told she couldn't undergo corrective surgery.
However, after finding a new medical team, she went under the knife again in July.
The Liz McDonald actress is now taking small steps with the help of her hubsand of 10 years, Jon McEwan.
The Corrie regular said she doesn't feel like herself and no longer has any "independence", something she is naturally finding very difficult.
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Beverley Callard: Coronation Street's Liz McDonald has said she has lost her independence (Image: ITV/WENN)
Beverley Callard on This Morning with husband Jon (Image: ITV)
When asked what she is physically able to do now, Beverley said she is able to stand-up, with most of here weight on her good side.
"If I stand up and pose for photos, I look normal," she stated. "But I can't walk without crutches.
"I have Jon on one side and a crutch on the other side. I'm learning and I'm battling."
Jon continued: "A slow recovery is better than no recovery."
Beverley Callard is currently unable to walk unaided after surgery (Image: WENN)