Fans urge Amy Nuttall ‘stay strong’ as she’s supported from Joanne Froggatt after split from Andrew Buchan

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After splitting from Andrew Buchan Amy Nuttall has been getting much needed support close friend and former co-star Joanne Froggatt

At a time when women are so often pit against each other it comes as a fresh relief to see so many women (and men) supporting Amy Nuttall amid split from husband of 11 years Andrew Buchan. 

When it feels as though the world is caving in around you, words of support and knowing you're not the only one that’s ever been in this situation may be exactly what Amy needs right now. 

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The day after Valentine's day Amy, 40, shared a cryptic post on Instagram that said: "I am not impressed by money, social status or job title. I'm impressed by the way someone treats other human beings."

Fans were quick to show their support of the Downton Abbey actress. One person replied; “ You’ll have the last laugh. Remember that”

Another wrote: “I don't know you but stay strong. You have a lot of love around you. You'll get through this, trust me.”

A third added: “We got you, us ladies stick together”

Some fans related to the former Emmerdale actress' heartache so much that they felt compelled to write lengthy heartfelt messages to the actress to show their support and sent well wishes for her and her children during this emotional ordeal. 

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Former Downton Abbey co-star and close friend Joanne Froggart has been supporting the actress. The two women have been friends for many years and used to live near each other as well as starring together in the TV series Liar. 

Amy and Andrew split just before Chritsmas after he moved out of their marital home and in with new girlfriend and co-star Leila Fazard after growing close whilst filming BBC series Better. The actress was said to have been suspicious after seeing pictures of them on social media together. 

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