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Soap opera fans will be forced to kiss goodbye to lip-locking sessions in their favourite shows

Soap opera fans will have to kiss goodbye to lip-locking sessions in their favourite shows as a result of the coronavirus crisis. 

EastEnders and Emmerdale have employed a ‘no snogs’ policy and characters will be banned from kissing because of social distancing guidelines in place.

Although soaps have now stopped filming because of the crisis, they are due to start filming again next month but will be stopped from including kisses scenes.

Lip-lockdown: Soap fans will have to kiss goodbye to lip-locking sessions in their favourite shows as a result of the coronavirus crisis and lockdown (pictured is a steamy scene from Coronation Street)

Lip-lockdown: Soap fans will have to kiss goodbye to lip-locking sessions in their favourite shows as a result of the coronavirus crisis and lockdown (pictured is a steamy scene from Coronation Street)

Lip-lockdown: Soap fans will have to kiss goodbye to lip-locking sessions in their favourite shows as a result of the coronavirus crisis and lockdown (pictured is a steamy scene from Coronation Street)

According to The Mirror, steamy scenes won’t be on the cards until a coronavirus vaccine is found or the virus is dealt with. 

Emmerdale star Katherine Dow Blyton, who plays the vicar Harriet Finch, told the publication: ‘We were supposed to have a big snog but we had to keep a distance and leave everything to the audience’s ­imagination. 

‘I think this will be the norm when we go back.’ 

No snogging! Soaps have employed a 'no snogs' policy and characters will be banned from kissing because of social distancing guidelines. Pictured is a kiss from Channel 4's Brookside

No snogging! Soaps have employed a 'no snogs' policy and characters will be banned from kissing because of social distancing guidelines. Pictured is a kiss from Channel 4's Brookside

No snogging! Soaps have employed a ‘no snogs’ policy and characters will be banned from kissing because of social distancing guidelines. Pictured is a kiss from Channel 4’s Brookside

Katherine, 55, engaged in a sexy scene with Mark Womack (who plays DI Mark Malone) but the racy scenes were left out of recording.  

She added: ‘This even spells the end of holdings hands.’

The first soap opera aired on British TV to resume filming was Neighbours, which started recording again last month.  

Missing out: Katherine, 55, engaged in a sexy scene with Mark Womack, who plays DI Mark Malone, (pictured in a recent scene together) but the racy scenes were left out of recording

Missing out: Katherine, 55, engaged in a sexy scene with Mark Womack, who plays DI Mark Malone, (pictured in a recent scene together) but the racy scenes were left out of recording

Missing out: Katherine, 55, engaged in a sexy scene with Mark Womack, who plays DI Mark Malone, (pictured in a recent scene together) but the racy scenes were left out of recording

The actress said: 'This even spells the end of holdings hands.' Pictured are Katherine and Mark Womack in a recent scene of Emmerdale

The actress said: 'This even spells the end of holdings hands.' Pictured are Katherine and Mark Womack in a recent scene of Emmerdale

The actress said: ‘This even spells the end of holdings hands.’ Pictured are Katherine and Mark Womack in a recent scene of Emmerdale

Source: Daily Mail – Articles

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