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Friday 13th December 2019

Coronation Street killer Clayton Hibbs to make a shock comeback?

He murdered David's last wife and is the spawn of his next

Clayton Hibbs could be set for a shock Coronation Street comeback.

The killer knifed Kylie Platt to death three years ago on the cobbles, leaving her husband David and children Max and Lily devastated.

It's safe to say David hates Clayton (Credit: ITV)

But after David fell in love with Clayton's mum Shona, the spectre of the killer has always hung over them.

And now it seems he could be on his way back to Weatherfield.

Actor Jack P. Shepherd has teased the possibility of Clayton's return.

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He told Inside Soap Magazine: "If Shona’s son Clayton were to be released from prison, it would mean a lot of heartache for David and Shona.

"That could split them – but there is a lot that might keep them together too – so they might still get married!"

Viewers have crowned David and Shona the new Jack and Vera because of their ups and downs.

Shona and David have managed to get to a happy place after all of their traumas (Credit: ITV)

And the Corrie icons famously had an evil son of their own who kept popping up to cause all manner of horror for them through the years.

It's something that actress Julia Goulding wants for Shona and David.

She added: "I’d like to see David and Shona stay together for a long time.

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"With soaps we don’t often see relationships stand the test of time so I want to find out where they could go.

"But there’s not as much drama in the happy times."

Could David and Shona cope with Clayton in their lives? And would Shona be able to turn down her child's pleas for help and choose her new family instead?

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