Coronation Street icon Bethany Platt to return for Adam Barlow’s funeral?

Bethany (played by Lucy Fallon) moved away from Coronation Street following a failed relationship with Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) and after securing herself a job as a journalist in London. The daughter of Sarah (Tina O’Brien) has been keeping in contact with her mother and she will certainly hear all about what Adam (Sam Robertson) has supposedly been getting up to with Lydia Chambers (Rebecca Ryan). However, as the storyline is set to come to its end in the next few weeks on the ITV soap, the lawyer could end up dead as his ex-lover ends up killing him to make sure no one else gets their hands on him.

Lydia has been hellbent on making sure Adam and Sarah’s marriage was left in tatters, with the villain claiming she had an affair with the lawyer.

She has also had him arrested for supposedly breaking into her flat and trashing the place, which he didn’t do as he was standing on the other side of the door in the hallway.

Sarah has been at her wit’s end as she has fully accepted her husband cheated on her as he has a colourful history when it comes to relationships.

However, in a cruel twist, Lydia could kill him as his wife finally realises the truth he never betrayed her and the whole thing was made up.

As the villain is carted off by the police for her crimes, Sarah could call on her daughter as she needs her children to be by her side during one of the darkest moments of her life.

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Bethany could make the trip down, as it would also give her the chance to catch up with Daniel, who is Adam’s uncle.

The pair could reminisce about the old days as well as talk about the impact Adam had on their lives and how much they will miss him.

Although he didn’t play a huge part in Bethany’s life, Adam was her stepfather and always wanted to see her doing well.

He encouraged her to move to London and make something of her life, trying to steer her away from a romance with Daniel.

Will she realise her stepfather did have a bigger impact on her life than she thought and will seeing her mother so heartbroken make her think about moving back to the cobbles on a more permanent basis?

As part of the storyline, Adam is going to end up in the hospital and there is a chance this could be the end of the line for him.

This is going to take place further down the line but Tina added some more detail as to what exactly happens to see him in such a bad way.

Tina explained: “Sarah speaks to Peter [Barlow] and Carla [Connor] and she’s clearly very worried.

“But still, her response is, ‘He’s not my problem anymore,’ which I think sounds quite heartless but at the same time, I think with everything she’s gone through, she feels it’s not her place to visit him in hospital.

“She feels what’s gone on is between him and Lydia and Sarah shouldn’t be involved,” the soap star continued, but could Sarah regret not going to see her spouse as she dies from his injuries?

Whatever happens, it seems Sarah will still be quite scared of what Lydia could do as her vendetta steps up a gear.

Tina described the two womens’ relationship as a result of Adam’s supposed affair being exposed, explaining: “Sarah can be quite feisty.

“If anybody’s kicked off with her daughter, she’s been straight in there like a Rottweiler, she can be very Mummy Bear.

“I’m not sure if Sarah would be vindictive to Lydia. If anything, she would be more hurt and upset and scared.

“Because she probably feels that if someone can behave like that, it’s clearly not normal behaviour. So I imagine that she would, if anything, try and do whatever she could to get away from the situation.”

Therefore, if Bethany does return, could she go back to London with her to get and get away from the cobbles after Adam’s death?

Last year, the actress who played Bethany, Lucy, spoke out on whether she would be up for going back if the call came through.

The soap star said: “I would but there are so many things I want to do first.

“When you’re in Corrie, you’re quite tied down to the schedule. I feel I’m going to take this time focus on myself, doing s**t I want to do.

“Never say never. I didn’t leave for any particular reason. I didn’t leave because I didn’t like it.

“I left because I wanted to go down different avenues,” she added in an interview with Talks with Ryan so there is every chance she could be back.

Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV.

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