Coronation Street’s David Platt (Jack P Shepherd), is in for more hurt in his quest to get his wife Shona Ramsey (Julia Golding) to remember who he is. Fans will remember that Shona lost her memory after the Christmas shootout, that saw her get caught in the crossfire as Derek Milligan (Craig Ells) was gunning for Gary Windass (Mikey North).
David was left devastated as she woke from her coma with memory loss, unable to recognise him at all and refusing to see him.
Massively struggling, the sorrowful dad-of-two will be in for another setback as he finds out Shona is in contact with her villainous son, Clayton Hibbs (Callum Harrison), the same young lad who killed David’s last wife Kylie Platt (Paula Lane) and later took Shona hostage at knife point.
After finding out that the two had reconnected during Shona’s recovery, David makes the difficult decision to visit Clayton in prison, but it’ll end in tears as the thug vows to rip the married couple apart for good.
After perviously taking away all that David held dear, he knows exactly how to taunt him.
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With one final blow, he promises to make sure that Shona will never change her mind about him.
How will David react to the news that his life is going to be ripped apart again by the same teen?
Is history repeating itself for poor David?
Unable to cope with the threat, David begins to self-destruct and spiral out of control.
Hitting the booze, he will end up in the arms of another – but how far will it go?
Will David’s desperation to get Shona back backfire and drive him to commit adultery?
Elsewhere on the cobbles, Gemma Winter ((Dolly-Rose Campbell) is set to make a harrowing confession to her mum Bernie (Jane Hazlegrove), after finally reaching her wits end as she struggles to parent the quads.
Breaking down, the new mum reveals the heartbreaking truth about how she’s been feeling, as her mental health storyline takes a turn for the worst.
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Worried that she’s an inadequate mum, Gemma reluctantly admits to “nearly killing” her babies, as the pressure of being a new mum and being bullied at nursery took it’s toll.
In a teaser clip of the scenes that are set to air on Friday 20 March, Bernie flings her arms around her sobbing daughter, as she comes clean about her parenting “nightmare”.
Spilling her bottled up feelings, she says: “I nearly killed them – a few more seconds and I would have pushed them out under the wheels of a moving car.”
“I pushed the buggy into the road – if he hadn’t slammed his brakes on.
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“It was my fault, I had been drinking. I’m just so tired. It’s like a nightmare but I’m not even asleep,” she sobs.
“I just keep thinking about all the things that could happen to them.”
Will Bernie be able to provide her daughter with the help and support she needs?
Or is the future bleak for Gemma?
Coronation Street continues tomorrow at 7:30pm on ITV.
If you or anyone you know has been affected by Gemma’s storyline, please find more information by visiting Action For Children or call Family Lives on 0808 800 2222.
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