Corrie fans heartbroken as Abi smashes bottle after abandoning premature baby

Coronation Street’s Abi Franklin made the devastating decision to leave her baby at the hospital after she gave birth during an unexpected pregnancy

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Coronation Road: Abi goes into labor after shock at the hospital

Coronation Street fans were left heartbroken when Abi Franklin disappeared from the hospital after giving birth to a unexpectedly premature baby on Monday night for hours.

Fans of the ITV channel were intrigued when Sunday night’s special ended with Abi realizing that she was having a baby, despite being completely unaware that she was pregnant.

The character has gone back to drugs in recent scenes, after she broke up with husband Kevin Webster, after learning about her recent affair, even though it wasn’t with Imran Habeeb.

But viewers could not help but be stunned when Abi realized the pain she was going through was when she was in labor, after an unexpected pregnancy.

Abi was completely unaware that she was pregnant, with soap star Sally Carman explaining to The Mirror and other press that there was no indication she was pregnant.

Abi was scared that she was pregnant late last year after the leak



While Abi feared she was pregnant late last year after the incident, she soon believed she was wrong after getting her period after the panic attack.

There were no physical signs, no swelling of the baby, it was only through the pain that the mother-of-three realized what was happening.

Late on Monday, hospital staff searched for Abi, who disappeared after giving birth prematurely. As Abi shakily took a morsel from a bottle of vodka, fans took to Twitter to praise.

One wrote: “Poor Abi” as the second tweeted: “Oh Abi drinking won’t help you” along with a broken heart emoji and a third wrote: “Abi on vodka, me needed a vodka after watching that episode!”

Viewers couldn’t help but be stunned as Abi realized the pain she was going through as she was about to go into labor



Another fan wrote: “I feel sorry for Abi, she is self-destructing…” as another posted: “Abi is so vulnerable. She needs professional help”, along with crying emoji.

Another social media user wrote: “Can’t believe Abi abandoned his baby son he needs his mom right now.”

One fan tweeted: “An amazing yet emotional episode tonight with great baby abi and acting from everyone involved.”

Coronation Street actress Sally Carman also reacted to the big baby change that aired Sunday night, saying it was a “fantastic thing” for the character.

She said: “For all of life’s bumps, she is a warrior and because she has such a big heart, if there is a grain of hope or a glimmer of light, she will dash. head for it.

“In this case, when she was on the side of the road after being abducted in a car, she had two choices and she didn’t have to lie down and think, ‘this is it.’

Sunday night special ended with Abi realizing that she was having a baby

“She was immediately fighting or flying and she needed to go to the hospital. It was, ‘I can’t sit here, I need to go to the hospital’.

“It took a while before she realized this was what was happening, she was having a baby, because she thought it hurt her back or that she slept funny, but those were contractions. Since she had three children she went, ‘Oh, I know this!’

“But I think there was an element of negation right up to the last point, because she thought this couldn’t happen, this couldn’t happen, which was a total surprise.”

Dang Quang Street broadcasts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 pm on ITV channel.

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