From the Heart
By Kym Marsh
Celebrity Mum of the Year and Coronation Street's much-loved barmaid, Kym Marsh, reveals all about her climactic rise to fame in this warm and honest autobiography.
KYM MARSH is one of our most-loved stars, but her life has been a rollercoaster ride through love, laughter and tears.
Now Kym's ready to tell her full story for the first time, describing her difficult childhood growing up on a council estate in Wigan, and struggling at school with bullying and an eating disorder.
She describes falling in love at 17 and finding herself pregnant while still a teenager. By the time she was 21, she was a single mum with two very young children, David and Emily, and it was a real struggle to make ends meet.
But Kym had always dreamt of performing and even though the odds were stacked against her, she was determined to make her dream a reality. One day she auditioned for a new TV show called Popstars and her life changed forever.
Kym now stars in the nation's favourite soap, Coronation Street. But her life off-screen hasn't been easy. She reflects on her marriage to Jack Ryder and how hard she tried to make it work. Kym found new love with Hollyoaks star Jamie Lomas and after tragically losing their first baby Archie in 2009, the couple were over the moon to welcome little Polly Lomas into the world earlier this year.
Entertaining, funny and incredibly honest, From the Heart is a fantastic read all about how sometimes the best things happen in life when you refuse to give up hope.
Born in Lancashire in 1976, KYM MARSH found fame with the band Hear'Say and has been on our screens in the much-loved soap Coronation Street for over four years. She has two children from a previous relationship, David and Emily. She divorced husband Jack Ryder in 2008 and has since found love with Hollyoaks actor Jamie Lomas. They had a child together, Polly Lomas, in April 2011.
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23 Jun 2011
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Hodder & Stoughton
**** Reality star, pop star and soap star: Kym Marsh has packed a lot into the past ten years. But there is more to her story than fame, and this autobiography also includes the story of her eating disorder and years as a struggling teen mother. — HEAT