CORONATION Street legends Sally Dynevor and Michael Le Vell have signed whopping new contracts to lock them in to the soap.

The pair have just been handed new deals after racking up almost 7,000 episodes between them.

Sally, 59, recently signed the contract and it will keep her in the soap for another year.

She's played Sally Metcalfe – formerly Seddon and Webster – in more than 3,538 episodes since first setting foot on the Cobbles in 1986.

A source said: "For many, Sally IS Corrie so bosses were chuffed she chose to renew her contract."

Her former on-screen husband Michael – Kevin Webster in the show since 1983 – was offered his new contract at the same time.

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He has starred in around 3,250 episodes and took some months off in 2014 to battle his booze demons.

Meanwhile Sally had one six-month break to recover from breast cancer in 2009.

The news comes just days after The Sun revealed Corrie stalwart Bill Roache has signed a new contract thought be for £250,000 which will keep him on the cobbles for another year.

The 90-year-old, who plays Ken Barlow, got his OBE for services to acting from the King at Windsor Castle last week.

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He has been in the same role since the ITV soap started back in 1960, when he got £70 a week.

Bill holds the world record as the longest-serving TV actor in a continuous role and has said he would like to be the first 100-year-old who is still cast in an ongoing drama.

He said: “That’s my aim, to be 100 and still working on Coronation Street.”

Coronation Street airs on ITV1 and is available on ITVX.

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