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Corrie's Georgia May Foote opens up about autoimmune disease affecting her mental health

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Coronation Street actress Georgia May Foote has revealed to fans that she suffers from an autoimmune condition that is affecting her appearance.

The 32-year-old star, who played Kay Armstrong on the soap until 2015, suffers from vitiligo. Vitiligo is a condition that causes pale white patches to develop on the skin.

It is caused by a lack of the skin pigment melanin and can appear all over a person's body but often on their face. Foote has now shared her experience and frustration of being diagnosed, and misdiagnosed, with the condition.

She revealed her condition in an Instagram post for World Vitiligo Day. READ MORE: Coronation Street's Max racist past catches up with him but fans aren't impressed with his excuse In her post, she said: "Happy World Vitiligo Day.

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