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Corrie star teases baby Susie fall-out

It will all kick off when the Connors find out the truth

Coronation Street star Kym Marsh has spoken out about what will happen when the Connors finally learn the truth about baby Susie.

At the moment, Susie is living with Peter Barlow and Toyah Battersby as Toyah made a pact with Eva Price to take her unwanted baby after she heard her surrogate had miscarried.

Kym says all hell will break loose (Credit: ITV)

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Peter is totally oblivious to the fact that Susie is actually Eva and Aidan Connor’s daughter and not his biological child as Toyah has let him believe.

Speaking to The Mirror, Kym revealed what would happen if (i.e when) the Connors discover that a living, breathing part of tragic Aidan is being raised in the Rovers.

She said: “And then, obviously, let’s not forget that there’s Susie still in the mix here. Are the Connors ever going to find out about that?” Well of course they are, no secrets stay secret in soap.

Michelle is taken hostage by Phelan (Credit: ITV)

She continued: “You know, if they do, hell will break loose won’t it? So, I think there’s a lot to come from the Connors.”

She went on to say that it would be a big year for the Connor clan and it wouldn’t all be doom and gloom either, which will make a nice change for them.

“I think we’re going to see a lot of the girls coming together, being quite strong and united which we love,” she said. “We love the Connor girls.”

Michelle will find herself in a dangerous situation later this week when Pat Phelan storms her wedding to Robert Preston and takes her hostage.

Pat is an unwelcome wedding guest (Credit: ITV)

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He’ll gatecrash the event at the Bistro, holding a gun, as the police surround the place. But will everyone make it out alive?

Kym also spoke about how exciting it was to be involved in Phelan’s final moments. She said: “It’s great to be a part of something like this, because it’s such a big week for Corrie and you wouldn’t necessarily imagine that Robert and Michelle would particularly be involved with Pat Phelan’s exit.

“We’ve not really crossed paths so far. We don’t have any axe to grind with Phelan and we wouldn’t really be on his radar. So then to find out that we’d be a massive part of it and end up being caught in the middle of it all was great.”

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Coronation Street airs every week night this week at 9pm on ITV

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