A memorial service to celebrate the life of Anne, who played Deirdre Barlow in the ITV soap, took place at Manchester Cathedral on Saturday, and hundreds turned up to pay their respects.
Dressed in a black suit and looking solemn in dark sunglasses, Kym arrived at the service which took place four months after Anne died of breast cancer.
Brooke Vincent also chose to hide her eyes behind shades as she entered the historic building.
New mum Jennie McAlpine, who is currently on maternity leave from playing feisty Fiz, also attended the memorial which was seen as a 'celebration' of Anne's life.
Organised by Anne's husband Dave Beckett and the Coronation Street production team, there were tears AND laughter during the ceremony.
Anne's husband Dave jokingly played the EastEnders theme tune, and was keen to highlight Anne's sense of humour.
Meanwhile, William - who plays Deirdre's onscreen husband Ken Barlow - gave a reading at the service, as did her close friend Beverley Callard.
Anne died of breast cancer in January.
She recorded her first episode over 40 years ago in November 1972 and appeared in more than 3,300 episodes.
You're very much missed, Anne.
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