She’s been busy back at work after Coronation Street resumed filming in June.
And Sair Khan appeared to be in good spirits despite her full schedule as she stepped out in Manchester City Centre on Thursday.
The soap star, 32, cut a casual figure in a camouflage jacket with a neon pink lining as she made her way home.
Casual: Sair Khan looked fantastic as she donned a neon pink and camouflage jacket while out in Manchester on Thursday
Sair accentuated her trim frame with a pair of black skinny jeans and ensured she would be comfortable for running around the city in a pair of white trainers.
Not forgetting her accessories, the Alya Nazir actress toted a red leather handbag and donned a selection of stylish jewellery.
The beauty wore her long locks down and let them cascade over her shoulders as she flashed a smile for the camera.
Sair also teased that she had been ‘getting up to all sorts’ ahead of Corrie’s 60th anniversary as she took to Instagram with a sizzling selfie on Thursday.
Smile: The Coronation Street actress appeared to be in good spirits as she flaunted her toned figure in black skinny jeans and white trainers
She was seen rocking the same outfit as she wore while out in Manchester, giving her fans a better view of her white t-shirt which boasted a funky print on the front.
Writing on the snap, Sair penned: ‘‘What a day! What a week! Have been getting up to all sorts ahead of Corrie’s 60th Anniversary. Can’t wait to share it all with you in December!’
The hit soap will officially mark 60 years on December 9 and has already revealed it will include a plethora of star-studded tributes including one from Joanna Lumley.
It comes after claims that Corrie’s younger stars have reportedly joined forces to lobby their bosses for better pay after their wages were affected in lockdown.
Dropping hints? Sair also took to Instagram to tease that she has been ‘getting up to all sorts ahead of Corrie’s 60th anniversary’
Loaded down: The former I’m A Celeb contestant also toted a large red leather bag
Earlier this year, ITV producers had rationed shows filmed prior to the coronavirus pandemic as production came to a standstill in March, with the actors left unable to work during the height of the global crisis.
Sources claim thespians, such as Sophie Webster actress Brooke Vincent, 28, and Tina O’Brien (Sarah Platt), 37, have lost a fortune as they haven’t been able to earn bonuses for appearing in more episodes and have been forced to live off their basic income.
It is understood that TV icons such as Bill Roache, 88, and Barbara Knox, 87, are the series’ top earners as they are fully salaried, whereas the soap’s younger actors are on contracts which link their salary to the number of appearances they make.
The Sun claims stars such as Tina, Brooke, Rob Mallard, 28, and Sair Khan, 32, are paid per episode.
An insider told the publication: ‘Many of the younger stars have done very well out of this way of doing things for a long time — but now Covid has hammered them.
In discussion: Corrie’s younger stars have reportedly joined forces to lobby their bosses for better pay after their wages were affected in lockdown (Brooke Vincent pictured in 2018)
‘When the number of shows per week was slashed because production was halted, they all lost out and are now pushing producers to agree to a new way of doing things.
‘And some have told their agents they may consider walking if their income can’t be guaranteed. It has become very heated on both sides. Actors want to know their living is secured — and ITV don’t want to pay people for more than they have actually done. It’s very difficult.’
The source also alleged that executives will revisit each castmembers’ contract when they expire, including long-running actress Samia Longchambon’s agreement, 38.
MailOnline contacted an ITV spokesperson and representatives for Brooke, Tina, Sair, Rob and Samia for further comment at the time.
Dry patch: Sources claim thespians, such as actress Brooke, 28, and Tina, 37, have lost a fortune (pictured with Sair Khan and Faye Brookes in 2018)